Name: Course: Date: Instructor: Annotated Reference List Directions: Refer back to your

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Course:
Date:
Instructor:
Annotated Reference List
Directions:
Refer back to your Topic 1 Brainstorming and Beginning Research worksheet for your peer-reviewed articles to complete this worksheet (unless you have found more relevant articles, then use those that are the most relevant for your topic).
From the Topic 1 Brainstorming and Beginning Research worksheet choose three of the peer-reviewed articles that you think will best support the topic chosen from the Brainstorming Worksheet. You may also choose to find three new articles that are more relevant to your topic.
Read the articles, and in your own words fill in each table below by answering the following questions for each different article:
What was the main point/argument of this article?
What did the author(s) conclude?
How did this article support your topic?
What questions or new ideas did this article leave you with?
Each summary should be 100-150 words in length; making a total word count of 300-450 words in length for this assignment.
Helpful Tip: Review the reading strategies on pages 70-73 in the textbook to aid in reading peer-reviewed journal articles.
Note: The box area can be manipulated as you type your summaries.
What is your Topic (chosen from the Brainstorming Worksheet):
APA Reference:
Provide a 100-150 word summary of your article by answering the following questions:
What was the main point/argument of this article?
What did the author(s) conclude?
How did this article support your subtopic?
What questions or new ideas did this article leave you with?
APA Reference:
Provide a 100-150 word summary of your article by answering the following questions:
What was the main point/argument of this article?
What did the author(s) conclude?
How did this article support your subtopic?
What questions or new ideas did this article leave you with?
APA Reference:
Provide a 100-150 word summary of your article by answering the following questions:
What was the main point/argument of this article?
What did the author(s) conclude?
How did this article support your subtopic?
What questions or new ideas did this article leave you with?
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