Monday, December 20, 2010

Annotated Bibliography for Camus’s The Stranger

Annotated Bibliography for Camus’s The Stranger

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  1. Sources: Meets all but one required number of sources. Sources are varied and academically appropriate.

    Formatting: Conveys required information, but with a moderate number of formatting errors. (Entries need to be in alphabetical order & watch typos / errors on non-database sources.)

    Annotations: Attempts to complete annotations, but with serious errors.: 1) summarizes source, 2) explains relationship to project, 3) is free of mechanical/grammar errors.

    * Essentially, your summaries and purpose statements are plagiarized. They need to be in your own words. Anything that is not yours (idea or language) should be cited as such. Summaries are overviews and should be completely in your own words. Facts can go with quotations and must be cited with paragraph numbers. Please remember this.