Descriptive Annotated Bibliography and Paper Your paper will examine wellness and community health. Consider the 8 dimensions of wellness: Emotional, Spiritual, Intellectual, Physical, Environmental, Financial, Occupational, Social


Then, find 3 (three) references dealing with your chosen topic for your formal research paper and create a descriptive annotated bibliography

Descriptive Annotated Bibliography and Paper

Your paper will examine wellness and community health. Consider the 8 dimensions of wellness: Emotional, Spiritual, Intellectual, Physical, Environmental, Financial, Occupational, Social


Then, find 3 (three) references dealing with your chosen topic for your formal research paper and create a descriptive annotated bibliography.

An annotated bibliography is a working list of references—books, journal articles, online documents, websites, etc.—that you will use for your formal research paper. However, each reference citation is followed by a short summative and/or evaluative paragraph, which is called an annotation. 
The annotated bibliography can provide the references for your your references page in your paper, just without the descriptions.
* Three (3) entries arranged alphabetically by the authors’ last name. Entries should look similar to this:

* Use APA format. (see Research Paper Resources in the side bar of Moodle). Click HERE for a handy APA CITATION GENERATOR. Your description of the source would follow the citation, like in the attached photo. 
Your job for our descriptive annotated bibliography is to describe what each source is about. 
Submit in:
1) Word format or 
2) PDF format or
3) copy and paste.

Remember: Your formal research paper will be approached in the following steps:
* Feedback: (already completed).
1) Pick a topic = 33 1/3% (already completed).
2) Review three sources (annotated bibliography) = 33 1/3%. An annotated bibliography is a working list of references—books, journal articles, online documents, websites, etc.—that you will use for an essay, research paper, or project. However, each reference citation is followed by a short summative and/or evaluative paragraph, which is called an annotation. The annotated bibliography can become your references page unless you choose different or additional ones to cite for your paper.
3) Submit the entire 4 page formal research paper = 33 1/3%. 
    Page 1: Title – if you don’t change your previous submission, this will already be done.
    Pages 2 -3: Body.
    Page 4: References – you can reuse the sources from your annotated bibliography if they are used (and referenced) within the body. If you use (and reference) additional sources in the body of your paper, those should also be included on your references page. 



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Then, find 3 (three) references dealing with your chosen topic for your formal research paper and create a descriptive annotated bibliography.

• An annotated bibliography is a working list of references—books, journal articles, online documents, websites, etc.—that you will use for your formal research paper. However, each reference citation is followed by a short summative and/or evaluative paragraph, which is called an annotation. 
• The annotated bibliography can provide the references for your your references page in your paper, just without the descriptions.
• * Three (3) entries arranged alphabetically by the authors’ last name. Entries should look similar to this: