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Annotated Bibliography Grading Sheet

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Criteria

Proficient

Sufficiently, Satisfactorily

Acceptable

Adequately, Passably

Not Acceptable

Incompletely, Ineffectively

Comments

Formatted Correctly Follows correct citation format (MLA or APA). Sources are listed alphabetically.. Attempts to follow correct citation format (MLA or APA) with minimal errors. Does not follow correct citation format or contains frequent errors.  
Complete Annotation Follows annotation requirements as detailed by instructor. Describes the sources' contribution to your project. Annotation does not meet instructor requirements. It may not be long enough or adequately describe the source. May fail to fully describe the sources' contribution to your project. No annotation included. Annotation is a copy/paste from the article itself or its abstract.  

Quality of Sources Used

All sources are considered academic and are found in peer reviewed journals or books, unless instructor otherwise indicates. Most sources are considered academic and are found in peer reviewed journals or books. Most sources are not academic (i.e. Websites ending in .com or .net).  

Required number of sources

Eight or more academic sources are included. If instructor requires certain types of sources (article, book, webpage), requirements are met. Eight sources are included. Instructor requirements may not fully be met. Fewer than eight sources are included. Instructor requirements may not be bet.  

Grammar, Punctuation, and Spelling

Advanced traditional grammar and mechanics, except when irregularities (like fragments) are used for special effects. Frequent grammar, spelling, and/or punctuation errors clutter the paper’s surface. Some sentences may be awkward. Surface problems are so frequent they obscure meaning. Many sentences are poorly structured..  


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Copyright 2008, by the Contributing Authors. Cite/attribute Resource . factcouraud. (2007, May 22). Annotated Bibliography Grading Sheet. Retrieved January 08, 2011, from Free Online Course Materials — USU OpenCourseWare Web site: http://ocw.usu.edu/English/introduction-to-writing-academic-prose/annotated-bibliography-grading-sheet.html. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License Creative Commons License