Conspiracy Theory

Hi, I have a conspiracy theory essay due on area 51 it’s due on January 20 and the annotated bibliography is due on the 6th !!!! it needs to be at least 6 pages and in APA form English 12 Kasahara Annotated Bibliography: 100 points Due: _______________ A common assignment in college is an annotated bibliography. There are many different formats for this assignment, but please use APA format for this assignment since your paper will be formatted in APA style. It is actually very simple to prepare. 1. Assemble and read the information when researching your topic. 2. Analyze information 3. Type the annotated bibliography by centering the words Annotated Bibliography in your document. 4. Skip a couple of lines and type the citation information (author name, year of publication, etc.). Be sure to format this information in a hanging indent. 5. Type a long paragraph (all flush left) summarizing the information and add a couple of sentences at the end where you comment on how this information can be used in your paper. 6. Submit by the due date. You can look up more information on how to prepare an annotated bibliography, but please follow the above instructions on the way I would like you to format it for this assignment. Easybib has some useful information, but remember to ignore the pointers that are relevant to MLA and other formats. https://www.easybib.com/guides/annotated-bibliographies/ On the following page you will find a sample entry that shows what I want your entries to look like. Battle, K. (2007). Child poverty: The evolution and impact of child benefits. In Covell, K., & Howe, R. B. (Eds), A question of commitment: Children’s rights in Canada (pp. 21-44). Waterloo, ON Wilfrid Laurier University Press. Ken Battle draws on his research as an extensively-published policy analyst, and a close study of some government documents, to explain child benefits in Canada. He outlines some fundamental assumptions supporting the belief that all society members should contribute to the upbringing of children. His comparison of Canadian child poverty rates to those in other countries provides a useful wake-up to anyone assuming Canadian society is doing a good job of protecting children from want. He pays particular attention to the National Child Benefit (NCB), arguing that it did not deserve the criticism it received from politicians and journalists. He outlines the NCB’s development, costs, and benefits, including its dollar contribution to a typical recipient’s income. He laments that the Conservative government scaled back the program in favor of the Universal Child Care Benefit (UCCB), and clearly explains why it is inferior. However, Battle relies too heavily on his own work; he is the sole or primary author of almost half the sources in his bibliography. He could make this work stronger by drawing from the perspectives of others’ analyses. However, Battle does offer a valuable source for this essay, because the chapter provides a concise overview of government-funded assistance currently available to parents. This offers context for analyzing the scope and financial reality of child poverty in Canada. thats the annotated bibliography instructions okay so there is a rubric for the whole essay and then my teacher just has some directions in like the comment section which ays to make sure that its double spaced, 12 font, and 1″ margins. Requirements: Your document must begin with a title page and have a running header that includes a few words from your title and the page number. (see our librarian or computer lab monitor if you don’t know how to set this in your word processing program). Your title page is labeled as 1. The first page of your text will repeat your full title centered at the top and then the text will begin a few line spaces after that. Be sure your document has one-inch margins, is double spaced, and has a 12 point, easy-to-read font, such as Times New Roman. You must also include a reference page(s) that continues the running header and pagination. The entire document will have a total of 10 or more pages (due to the title page and reference page(s). A quarter of a page of text does not count as a full page of text. Neither does a half-page or three-quarters of a page of text. When in doubt, go over the minimum and type ten and a quarter pages of text. You must use a minimum of eight sources. It is wise to have scholarly journal and book sources in addition to sources published only online if there are any available. You must have them if you wish to receive an A or B grade. Of course, it is acceptable to access all sources online. Don’t forget to note the retrieval date if you don’t print out the source. You will need to cite it on your references page. ** Obviously all sources listed on the references page will be quoted or paraphrased and cited in the text of your document. If they are not, they don’t belong on your references page—they belong in a bibliography. There will be a minimum of eight citations in your document with 10% quotation. There is also a maximum, however. Quotations/paraphrasing should not take up more than 30% of your paper. If they do, it can be considered that you actually wrote very little of the paper. An excessive quotation will result in having a proportionate number of points deducted. ** Remember not to plagiarize. You will be submitting this essay electronically to Turnitin.com. The first assignment is an annotated bibliography. (100 points) An annotated bibliography is a list of all works you have read in preparation for writing this paper. The list includes a paragraph-long summary of the work and a comment on how this work could be useful for your essay. This paragraph should be at least 10 lines in length. The reason for doing this assignment is that it will ensure that you have adequately researched your topic. Also, it is a common assignment in college classes. The annotated bibliography must be typed in the proper format (see annotated bibliography handout). It is due by the beginning of class on __________________ (Remember, absent or not, the assignment is due on this date. If it is handed in later, it will be penalized by a letter grade per day) Also, you cannot proceed to the next assignment (the outline) until you submit an annotated bibliography. The second assignment for this project is an introductory paragraph. (100 points) Again, this has to be submitted to Google Classroom. The third assignment for this project is the completed essay (300 points) Remember that this is not a rough draft; it is a very polished, typed, finished essay that includes in-text citations and the title and references pages. It is due by the beginning of class on _____________ (Remember, absent or not, the assignment is due on this date. If it is handed in later, it will be penalized by a letter grade per day) This must be submitted electronically to Google Classroom. As always, you are invited to show me your work in progress so that I can let you know whether you are headed in the right direction. It must be in Google Classroom so I can have time to look it over before meeting with you. Please don’t share Google Docs with me. the intro to the essay is due on the 11 of January. 

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