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Note: i want 300 words and my topic is autism so the sources will be related to autism.

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Exploratory Writing Task 9: Annotated Bibliography Purpose: An annotated bibliography is an organizing tool that is helpful when working on a research project. An effective annotated bibliography is used to compile research sources in one location and provide the researcher with quick access to the information contained in each source. You should consult samples of annotated bibliography done in MLA style before you prepare your own. Assignment: Your annotated bibliography will consist of two (2) sources that you have deemed relevant to your topic for the project, “Writing to Describe Perspectives”. While you may encounter sources that are not relevant or do not fit the scope of your project while researching, for the purposes of this assignment, you will only include the ones that you find useful and relevant. 1. Cite each source in proper MLA format. The citations should be organized in alphabetical order by author just as in a MLA Works Cited page. 2. Follow with a brief annotation that summarizes each source (approx. 1-3 sentences). You may quote from the source, but do not copy and paste the abstract. Ideally, all of the annotation should be in your own words. 3. In 1 to 3 sentences, explain the source’s relevance and importance to your issue. It may also be helpful to identify the stakeholder, or point of view, that the source supports. This task does not have a requirement of minimum number of words. TURNING IT IN This assignment is due Monday, April 10 by 11:59 p.m. You should submit your writing exercise to eCampus. Please be sure to upload your file in an accessible format (preferably.docx, or .pdf). Also, please name your file using the following conventions: yourlastname-Expl.ex.9. GETTING A GRADE This assignment will be graded using a five-point scale based on the informal writing rubric on page 3 of Work in Progress. 5 means the writing is well developed, original, and succeeds in mastering new techniques and knowledge. The writing shows risks that work. 4 means the writing has been done with considerable care and attention. It is developed and detailed. 3 means that the writing is acceptable. The student needs to spend more time or thought on the assignment 2 means that the writing is unacceptable. It maybe unfinished, inappropriate to the assignment, or written hastily. 1 means the student did not turn in any writing. (Please note: Late assignments are unacceptable) ...
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Exploratory Writing Task 9: Annotated Bibliography (AUTISM).
(I): Freedman, J. (2009). Autism. New York, NY: Rosen Pub.
As documented in this source; the main objective of this book is to help parents with
children who have autism in explaining to their young ones in an accurate, positive as well ...

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