Goethe’s Faust

nstructions
Library Assignment
This week you will develop an annotated bibliography. An annotated bibliography is just like a References List—a list of citations to books,

articles, and documents, both text and electronic—with one addition. Each entry includes a paragraph that 1) briefly summarizes the source, 2)

tells how you will use it in an essay, and 3) evaluates its credibility.
To complete the annotated bibliography, you will need to use the South University Online Library to locate three sources about the essay topic

you will write about in Week 3 (see: Week 3 Literary Analysis for more detailed information). In that assignment you will write about either

Candide or Faust.
For each source, you will create a citation formatted in APA style. Under each citation insert a paragraph that summarizes the source, tells how

you will use it, and evaluates its credibility.
Read chapter 9 in The New Century Handbook about how to judge sources.
This is an assignment that will require you to spend some time researching, so plan accordingly. The key to locating suitable library sources is

to choose appropriate databases in which to search. For example, a student writing about Goethe’s Faust chooses to search under the General

Education category and then clicks on the Literature Online resource. Having accessed Literature Online, the student types: Goethe Faust, and

after reviewing the selections available, chooses to download an article. The sources that you choose can be eBooks, chapters in books,

scholarly journal articles, or credible online materials. Librarians are available to help you with your research.
Submission Details:
• Post your annotated bibliography as an attachment in a Word file by the due date assigned in the Submissions Area.
Rubric Name: ENG2003 Week 2 Project Rubric
Criteria No Submission
0 points Emerging (F through D Range) (18-21)
21 points Satisfactory (C Range) (21-24)
24 points Proficient (B Range) (24-27)
27 points Exemplary (A Range) (27-30)
30 points
Included a 200 word summary of each article, including how the article will be relevant to the Week 3 Literary Analysis. Sources are not

summarized Sources are briefly summarized, but central argument of each source is not clear. Relevance to the week 3 literary analysis is

not clear Sources are briefly summarized. Relevance to the week 3 literary analysis is not clear Sources are summarized in detail.

Relevance to the week 3 literary analysis is not clear Sources are summarized in detailed. Relevance to the week 3 literary analysis is clear
Criteria No Submission
0 points Emerging (F through D Range) (12-14)
14 points Satisfactory (C Range) (14-16)
16 points Proficient (B Range) (16-18)
18 points Exemplary (A Range) (18-20)
20 points
Provided three suitable APA style References page entries in preparation for the Week 3 Literary Analysis. No sources are present. Only 1

source is present Two sources or more are present, but not all sources are credible Three sources are present, but not all sources

are credible Three credible sources are present
Criteria No Submission
0 points Emerging (F through D Range) (6-7)
7 points Satisfactory (C Range) (7-8)
8 points Proficient (B Range) (8-9)
9 points Exemplary (A Range) (9-10)
10 points
Entries conformed to APA style. No attempt at Academic/APA formatting Citations are used but format is not recognizable as APA

Academic/APA format is attempted, but significant errors in citation format or proper use of quotations Using Academic/APA format, accurately;

errors are noticeable but minor Using Academic/APA format proficiently; text is basically error free
Criteria No Submission
0 points Emerging (F through D Range) (18-21)
21 points Satisfactory (C Range) (21-24)
24 points Proficient (B Range) (24-27)
27 points Exemplary (A Range) (27-30)
30 points
Provided an evaluation of the source’s credibility, as instructed above. The credibility of each source is not discussed A discussion of

credibility is attempted, but criteria used are not adequate for evaluating credibility of sources. Credibility is briefly mentioned, but

not discussed in detail. No specific examples are used to support the credibility of each source Detailed analysis of credibility of 1 or

2 sources with specific examples (author’s credentials, reputation of publishing organization, etc.) Detailed analysis of credibility of all

sources with specific examples (author’s credentials, reputation of publishing organization, etc.)
Criteria No Submission
0 points Emerging (F through D Range) (6-7)
7 points Satisfactory (C Range) (7-8)
8 points Proficient (B Range) (8-9)
9 points Exemplary (A Range) (9-10)
10 points
Assignment had correct spelling and grammar and was mechanically error free. Errors in basic writing conventions are extensive and prevent

reader comprehension Errors in basic writing conventions are sufficiently numerous to prevent reader comprehension Submission contains

incoherent or inconsistent presentation of ideas, which prevents understanding the majority of author’s overall intent The reader can follow

the author’s overall intent as stated; there may be errors in basic writing conventions but these do not interfere with reader comprehension

The writer’s overall argument and language are clear and focused, leaving the reader with no confusion about author’s intent; the text is

basically error free
Overall Score No Submission
0 or more Emerging (F through D Range)
70 or more Satisfactory (C Range)
80 or more Proficient (B Range)
90 or more

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