Write out the full reference for each source accurately, in alphabetical order, in accordance with the Harvard referencing style found on the skills@library webpages. Writing the reference accurately is part of the task with marks awarded accordingly.
Write a summary and evaluation of each source which should include the following information:
- What type of resource is this (academic/journalistic, book/article/news clip) and who is the intended audience? Is it up-to-date? Is it reliable?Any (relevant) information about the author?
- What is the main focus of the source?
- In what ways is the source useful in answering the essay question? To what extent is it relevant, and why? Here you can consider whether it provides a general overview or describes one aspect of the topic and even which part of the essay question it might help you write. For example, does it examine the main factors leading to the globalisation of English or does it focus on (a) specific endangered language(s)?
Write out the full reference for each source accurately, in accordance with the Leeds University Harvard referencing style found on the skills@library webpages. Make sure your references are in alphabetical order. Writing the reference accurately is part of the task with marks awarded accordingly.
There is no specified word limit for the reflection task. On completion of your annotated bibliography, you should write a reflection on how difficult/easy you found it, which skills you feel were tested, and what you think you need to work on to make this type of task easier in future. You should submit this within 24 hours of completing the annotated bibliography via the turnitin tool in â€˜Submit my Workâ€™ folder of the ELU0033 area on Minerva.
The annotated bibliography with reflection is worth 20% of your mark for this module.
Please refer to the assessment criteria on Minerva.
Please use double spacing and 12 point font.
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