I desperately NEED this project done by tomorrow at 8:00pm in the afternoon. I really, really, really can’t have it ANY later than that, honest to GOD. Please, Please, PLEASE get it to me on time! Description for the Annotated bibliography draft: Answer the following questions for the articles you found for your AB. “What is the purpose of this argument? What does it hope to achieve? Who is the audience for this argument? Who is ignored or excluded? What appeals or techniques does the argument use—emotional, logical, ethical? sources need to concern the argument “should college tuition be free at public universities” I took the stance that it should. sources need to be about different stances on the issue; it shouldn’t be free, it should be free, it shouldn’t be free but greatly reduced. have different sources for each stance ( ex. 2 in favor of free tuition, 2 against, 3 in favor of reduced, but not free tuition). Sources should be listed in alphabetical order using Modern Language Association (MLA) style. please use reputable sources for most of them like academic journals on education for example. Description for actually annotated bibliography (so you have an idea of how to format things. don’t actually have to include all this stuff, just thought it might help with clearing up any question and helping you get started.): Sources should be listed in alphabetical order using Modern Language Association (MLA) style. Consult the Purdue OWL website (https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/) for directions on how to format entries. Your annotation for each source should consist of two para- graphs. In the first, answer the following questions: • In what type of publication venue does the source appear, e.g., a book, journal, magazine, newspaper, encyclopedia, database summary, website, blog, social media platform, etc.? • What is the genre of the piece, e.g., a news report, an opinion piece, a report of academic research, a summary of sources, a creative work, etc.? Who is the author, and what sort of credibility do they bring to the issue? • Who is the intended audience? To answer this question, consider the publication venue, the degree of specialized knowledge, and the author’s rhetorical strategies. • How does the publication date affect the source’s relevance? In your second paragraph, summarize the content of the piece in a way that demonstrates you have read the source and understood its content. If the source takes a position on your issue, identify its central claim, supporting reasons, evidence, and warrants.
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