The first part of your entry will be the “bibliographic entry.” This entry gives the publication information, author, date, title and so forth. There are many websites (like easybib.com) that can help you do this. Here is one example:
Fitzgerald, Jill. “Research on Revision in Writing” Review of Educational Research. 57.4 (Winter
In the second part of your entry, you will write a summary. This will be useful to you later, because it will give you the rundown of what you’ve read (just in case you forgot.)
It should convey what the author states in the article and not your opinions. Here is a good time to write what you think the main point is, but also what you think the most important points are (these aren’t always the same.) It’s also a good time to make note of what data, facts and evidence the author uses to support their claims, and how they use this evidence to arrive at their conclusions. This will probably be a paragraph long.
In the third part of your entry, you will write a reflection. This part is perhaps the most important part, so don’t skimp here! This is where you respond to the text you’ve read. Do you agree or disagree? WHY? BE SPECIFIC! And quote the text! What questions do you have? What don’t you understand? What other information do you need to look up to better understand this article? If you could say something to this author, what would you say? What does this document tell you about your research question?
Also consider rhetorical factors here like the genre and the author’s credentials. How do you feel the author’s writing style, awareness of audience and purpose (reason for writing), and choice of genre affect the meaning and credibility of the document?
Part three will probably be 1-2 paragraphs.
Quotables. This last part doesn’t count toward your word count, but it will help you in Unit 3. Here, you will make note of at least one direct quote from the author made that you feel really exemplifies the document’s claims or interpretations. Or, you might want to choose a sentence that you really agree with (or really DIS-agree with) that you want to refer back to later. You don’t need to repeat something you’ve quoted earlier– this is just a place to take note of quotations you feel you may want to use later. Put it in quotes– and don’t forget the page number (if applicable).
You will have 4 sources
You will have an entry for each source
Each source will be a different genre
At least one of these sources needs to be a written non-fiction document, like an article or report
At least one of these needs to be a non-print source, like a video, song or interview
400 words each
Each entry will have all four parts.
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