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Bibliography Project

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Bibliography Project


Due: Week 8 


In the course of assignments and browsing, you will have read parts or all of many books. You will prepare one annotated bibliography of your readings. The annotated bibliography should include a one paragraph summary (in your own words) and a paragraph describing how you would use this book in a future class. This is INCLUSIVE of what you read for any assignment, but must include a minimum of:

  • 1 graphic novel
  • 1 controversial title (such as a censored book)
  • 5 titles by minority authors
  • 2 international titles (first published outside US, on topics of international interest)
  • 5 titles on nonfiction
  • 1 poetry collection
  • All titles must be YA or children’s literature.
  • At least 50% of your titles must be 2000 or newer.
  • Maximum of seven early-elementary picture books. 
  • All books in this file must be ones that you read entirely.
  • Your final submission is an annotated bibliography with MLA style citation, a brief composed summary, and any notes you wish to make about using the book in a classroom setting.
  • A minimum of 20 books should be on the list.

(50 points total)

This assignment fulfills learning objectives 1, 3, & 4.


Resources: Annotated bibliography resources: MLA Annotated Bibliography




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