Debate Analysis Annotated Bibliography

Annotated Bibliography Structure: Visual Organizer (first page) Rhetorical Précis Paragraph (about 4-5 sentences MAXIMUM): The Who (Where, When, What): State the title of the article and the author’s full name and title. (Who is this person? What is their field? What is the article about?) The How: Paraphrase the author’s thesis, addressing how the author develops and structures his/her argument. (What evidence is used? How is the text structured?) The Why: Discuss what the writer wants the reader to do, think, or feel. (What is the purpose of the text? Considering that you’ve already stated what the author is arguing, now you should consider why the author has done this. You could start this sentence with “In order to…” For Whom: Identify the author’s intended audience and discuss how you know this is the intended audience. Identifying the audience helps you consider how rhetorically effective this text is. Stasis Paragraph: This paragraph should address what kind of argument the author is making (conjecture, definition, quality, or policy) and use textual evidence to show how this can be determined. Conclusion Paragraph: This paragraph will come at the very end of the annotated bibliography. Draft your conclusion paragraphs(s) (1-2), by drawing on information from your readings and the mapping exercise (Visual Organizer) to help back up your analytical claim about the state of the debate we have followed. Your conclusion paragraphs should describe the major points of agreement and disagreement in this debate by putting the different contributors in conversation with each other. You can begin by reaffirming where the debate is in agreement at (i.e. what levels have been progressed past). Do they disagree primarily at the level of conjecture, definition, quality, or policy? Are some contributors arguing at one level of stasis while others argue at another? How can a rhetor intervene in the debate? Process. Follow the steps below to complete this assignment. 1. Read each article thoroughly. Keep the guidelines for writing an annotation and the stasis questions in mind as you do so. 2. The first page of the annotated bibliography should be the attached visual organizer. 2. Complete the works cited entry following MLA format. 3. Draft the annotation paragraphs following the format above. Tips. Remember that you are providing information on the author’s approach in the article and its information. You will want to avoid agreeing or disagreeing about the subject; at this point, you should focus specifically on what the article says and how it relates to the other sources in this debate. Sources:

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