Reflective annotation

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Please read the requirement carefully, and need read MAUS, then write 6 annotations that each one need 250 words. Two MAUS link: . Please put the pictures that you read. Due US pacific time, 10/21

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MAUS Reflective Annotated Bibliography The reflective annotated bibliography must be comprised of six sources that relate to historical elements depicted in MAUS. These issues can involve any sociopolitical element relating to World War II so long as it is directly tied to the Holocaust. The goal for this assignment is that you increase your understanding of the origins and contexts regarding the events described in MAUS. Each source should consist of the proper MLA citation followed by a summary of the article, a critical assessment/evaluation of that article, and a reflection in which you explain how the source expanded your understanding of events depicted in MAUS. Each annotation should be at least 250 words long. In total, you must compose six annotations (one for each source). The six sources you choose must come from books or peer reviewed journals. Websites are not valid sources for this assignment. Annotations for websites will receive no points. Each annotation must contain the following elements: Summary: What is the point of this book or article? What topics are covered? What are the main arguments? If someone asked what this article/book is about, what would you say? Assessment: After summarizing a source, you will then need to evaluate it. In what way is this source useful? How does it compare with other sources in your bibliography? Is the information reliable? How do you know? Is it this source biased or objective? Is the author trustworthy? How do you know? What is the goal of this source? Reflection: Once you've summarized and assessed a source, you need to ask how it fits into your understanding. How does the new information contributed by this source influence or modify your broader understanding of an event described in MAUS? Do you wish Spiegelman had explored this issue further in MAUS? Has the historical research provided details that were missing from Vladek’s account? Note: the bibliographic information of the source (the title, author, publisher, date, etc.) must be written in MLA format. The annotations (summary, assessment, and reflection) for each source must be double-spaced. I strongly suggest composing individual paragraphs for the summary, the assessment, and the reflection. As I read your projects, I will be asking the following: 1. Are the sources clearly summarized and carefully evaluated? Do the reflections demonstrate a genuine attempt to reconsider specific aspects of MAUS in light of new information? 2. Has the assignment been carefully proofread? Is the writing largely free of grammatical and mechanical errors? For full credit you must: • Submit the final draft in typed hard copy and upload a .docx to using the upload link provided on Bb. You cannot receive credit if you do not complete both steps. See course schedule for due date. ...
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