Week 10 (October 15, 21, 2012)

Readings

  • Refer to your annotated bibliography
  • Choosing and narrowing down a topic

Activities

  • Begin finding resources that will support your literature review: problem statement, purpose statement, and research questions. Write an annotated bibliography that includes the following: 1) validate the background of the author, 2) state the intended audience, 3) compare or contrast reference with other work, and 4) explain how this resource will add value to your literature review (i.e., argument).
  • Adhere to the following approximate word count and due dates per section...
    • Introduction should be 250 words.
    • Literature review should be 2000 words.
    • Conclusion should be 250 words.
    • At least 10 references: websites, books, and articles.
    • First draft is due November 30, 2012. Feedback will be provided within a few days at which time you are to begin your final draft which is due December 16, 2011.


Outcomes

literature review


Week 10 (October 15-21, 2012)


Readings



Activities

  • Create the structure of your literature review using headings.
  • Adhere to the following approximate word count and due dates per section...
    • Introduction should be 250 words (due December 2, 2011).
    • Literature review should be 2000 words (due November 28, 2011) .
    • Conclusion should be 250 words (due December 2, 2011).
    • At least 10 references: websites, books, and articles (3-3-4)
    • First draft is due November 23, 2012.

Outcomes

  • Add structure of literature review with appropriate headings (sections).


Week 11 (October 22-28, 2012)

Readings

  • Webquest: Annotated bibliography
  • Include the following for your annotated bibliography:
    • Evaluate the authority or background of the author
    • Comment on the intended audience
    • Compare or contrast work with another
    • Explain how this work adds to your bibliography

Activities

  • Begin finding resources that will support your literature review: problem statement, purpose statement, and research questions. Write an annotated bibliography that includes the following: 1) validate the background of the author, 2) state the intended audience, 3) compare or contrast reference with other work, and 4) explain how this resource will add value to your literature review (i.e., argument).
  • Adhere to the following approximate word count and due dates per section...
    • Introduction should be 250 words (due December 2, 2011).
    • Literature review should be 2000 words (due November 28, 2011) .
    • Conclusion should be 250 words (due December 2, 2011).
    • At least 10 references: websites, books, and articles (3-3-4)
    • First draft is due December 3, 2011. Feedback will be provided within a few days at which time you are to begin your final draft which is due December 16, 2011.

Outcomes

literature review