Step 1: A few weeks ago, you practiced the annotated bibliography with Essay 2. Annotated bibliographies, however, are usually done for research paper like this one. The idea is that you put on together before you begin to write your essay as a way to organize your research. The paragraph that is added in an annotated bibliography (that the Works Cited doesn’t have) tells you what the article was about and how you can use it, so that you can go back to these sources as you begin writing the actual essay later.
With that, we will develop an annotated bibliography for this essay as well. That way, you can keep yourself organized, and I can see the research you are (should be) doing.
If you don’t quite remember the information on annotated bibliographies, you can review it below.
Review the following information about What is an Annotated Bibliography and review a Sample Annotated Bibliography (Links to an external site.) here.
Step 2: Create your own annotated bibliography that includes the sources you plan on using for Essay 4. Be sure to be very detailed in your paragraphs and include not just a brief summary of the article but a note on how/why it would be useful in your argument. Remember to follow MLA formatting and note the difference between a Works Cited and an Annotated Bibliography.
Notes: Research and cite the sources about the consequences of the recent teacher’s strike in Los Angeles, California. Here is more information to help you focus on what to do research about. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1sEP0Ss9o130uew…