Assignment is to summarize and analyze six peer-reviewed journal articles

Okay: ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONSOVERVIEWThe purpose of the Annotated Bibliography Assignment is to summarize and analyze six peer-reviewed journal articles. The articles are to be on topics related to two future projects: Philosopher Analysis Assignment and Historical Topic Analysis Assignment. This assignment contributes to the scaffolding of these two upcoming course projects. In doctoral work, candidates are required to connect their research to a theoretical framework. This assignment will assist in building a framework for future research.INSTRUCTIONSCollect six articles from peer-reviewed academic, professional journals. Articles are to be on topics as outlined in your Week 1 Topic Proposal. All six articles are to be new to you for this course, meaning that you have not used them in any previous course. Annotate each article in a paragraph or two of at least 250 words. The annotation is to include a brief summary of key ideas in the article and a sentence or two of critical analysis. The critical analysis must be through the lens of course textbooks, video presentations, and/or Biblical worldview principles. Cite sources accordingly. After annotating the articles, write two 150-word paragraphs synthesizing the information as detailed below. One of the purposes of this assignment is to prepare you to write two upcoming papers: Philosopher Analysis Assignment (Module 5: Week 5)Historical Topic Analysis Assignment (Module 7: Week 7)As such, a final aspect of the assignment will be to write preliminary thesis statements for both of these upcoming assignments. Specific Guidelines
Specific GuidelinesArticle Topics: Your articles will be collected in two sets of three each. For the first set of three articles, you will select articles related to an educational philosopher of your choosing from the list in the textbook Appendix A. You should have already indicated the philosopher of your choice in the Topic Proposals Template. The philosopher you chose may or may not align with your own personal beliefs about education. To clarify, all three articles in this first set should be on the topic of the same educational philosopher. For the second set of three articles, you will select articles related to a historical topic that relates to the field of education. You should have already indicated the historical topic of your choice in the Topic Proposal Assignment. All three articles in the second set will be on the same historical topic. Length: The total assignment is to be at least 1,800 words in length. This does not count the title page or the references themselves. Each of the six annotations is to be at least 250 words in length, and each of the two synthesis statements is to be at least 150 words each.Structure: Download the Annotated Bibliography Template; you may enter your information into the template. The format requires the components listed below: Title PageEDUC 703Annotated Bibliography: Six articles will be listed in the APA Format Quick Guide; under each article reference, a paragraph of at least 250 words will be inserted for each annotation. Two Synthesis Paragraphs: Each paragraph will be at least 150 words and will synthesize the information from each set of three articles by comparing, critiquing, and analyzing the value of the information presented in each set of three articles.Two Preliminary Thesis Statements: For each of the preliminary thesis statements, write one or two sentences in anticipation of the following upcoming assignments: o Philosopher Analysis Assignmento Historical Topic Analysis AssignmentReferences: Include a page listing sources other than the articles themselves. This reference list will include additional sources that you applied in your analysis of the articles and may include the textbook, course videos, and any other academic sources. (There is no need to repeat the reference for the articles since they are already listed in APA reference format in the annotated bibliography section.) Databases: Search the Jerry Falwell Library Education Databases of journals on the topic of education. You may want to begin with Academic Search Ultimate or Education Research Complete. Ensure that the articles are from professional, academic journals. Avoid searching for articles using generic search engines such as Google, Bing, Yahoo!, etc.Article Summaries: This assignment will be submitted via a plagiarism-checking tool, so be careful to summarize the material using your own words. Do not copy the abstract of the articles as this would be considered plagiarism. Also, do not rearrange sentence structures and replace words with synonyms. The plagiarism-checker detects such acts of plagiarism.Analysis: Though the analysis portion may be brief, it is to be more than just a simple personal opinion. It is to apply other sources as a lens for the critical analysis. For instance, every analysis should cite at least one other source, which may be the textbook, course video presentations, and/or Biblical principles. Cite in APA format accordingly. Two Synthesis Paragraphs: Under each set of three annotations, enter the heading “Synthesis.” Write a statement of at least 150 words for each paragraph. The synthesis paragraphs are not like an abstract or a comprehensive summary. They are to be based on your own conclusions and critical analysis after having considered the concepts within the journal articles. Two Preliminary Thesis Statements: After each synthesis paragraph, enter the heading “Preliminary Thesis Statement.” For each preliminary thesis statement, write one or two sentences that you anticipate may serve as thesis statements to your upcoming Philosopher Analysis Assignment and Historical Topic Analysis Assignment. You are encouraged to read the instructions for both of the upcoming assignments before writing your preliminary thesis statements. “Preliminary” means that you may revise and hone the statement as you prepare for the upcoming assignments. Although it is a draft, it should be written well. Watch the 4-minute video on How to Write a Strong Thesis Statement. It should be concise, disputable, and coherent. Thesis statements should not simply be facts that readers universally hold as true. References: Insert a reference list of the supplemental sources you included in the analysis section of your annotations. You need not repeat the references for the annotated bibliography articles themselves. Here, you are citing the additional sources you used as a lens in your analysis of those articles. Book reading is Smith : windows into the History and Philosophy of Education chapter 8 and 9