ENVS103 Highline Community College WK4 The Case of Bilingual Education HW

Question Description

Due Wednesday by 1pm
Points 25
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Available until Nov 29 at 11:59pm
Annotated Bibliography Guide

For your annotated bibliography you should use the following formats for your references. Here are some examples of how you should write the citations.

Remember that you must annotate each reference. In this case, you must include an analysis of the importance of the reference to your project.
Your analysis should follow the same format as the Collecting and Evaluating Lab.
Each person needs to have at least ten works cited.
You may not use web pages (those with no other source of publication than the internet such as Wikipedia.org) in your bibliography. This does not include articles found using ProQuest, Ebsco or other search engines. Those are real peer reviewed or edited articles and are not webpages.
Examples – These were made up by the instructor!!!

Book with multiple authors

Lakoff, George, and Mark Johnson. Metaphors We Live By. Chicago: U of

Chicago P, 1980

Claim: In this book, the authors argue that metaphors are more important than we think.
Evidence: The authors counted the number of metaphors used in the average American 5 minute conversation.
Evaluation: Insufficient Evidence
Line of Reasoning: Though their ideas are compelling, they could have done more research on other forms of communication.
Article in a journal or a magazine

Ovando, Carlos J. “Politics and Pedagogy: The Case of Bilingual Education.” Harvard Educational Review 60 (1990): 341-56.

Claim: Carlos Ovando claims that bilingual education increases student success rates.
Evidence: The author provides data from dozens of studies to support his claim. In particular he focused on the college acceptance rates for students who had a bilingual education
Evaluate: Conditional Acceptance
Ovando systematically followed the success of students from kindergarten through college, showing that test scores are directly correlated with exposure to multiple languages at school.
Rubric
Annotated Bibliography Rubric

Annotated Bibliography Rubric

Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeHas ten citations.

10.0 pts
Full Marks

0.0 pts
No Marks

10.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeEach citation has an annotation

10.0 pts
Full Marks

0.0 pts
No Marks

10.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAnnotations and or citations are in proper format

5.0 pts
Full Marks

0.0 pts
No Marks

5.0 pts

Total Points: 25.0

Annotated Bibliography Term Project

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