Provide three potential sources for your Video Argument Presentation. Include what you think about what the source says, and how will it be useful to you for your Video Argument Presentation?

Annotated Bibliography

For this week’s assignment, you must provide three potential sources for your Video Argument Presentation. Use solid sources to back up our opinion as we think through logos and ethos in our presentations.

Requirements:
Three sources, formatted as full references in APA style.  Note that these sources should be listed in alphabetical order by the start of each entry (normally the author’s last name).   Each reference should include a hanging indentLinks to an external site. for the second and each additional line of the source.

A 100-150 word per source blurb (referred to as an “annotation”) that shows you have read the source material and know how you will use the source material in your own presentation.  Each annotation should start with objective summary and then provide your own personal response.

Include:
Evidence that you have read the source carefully and critically and that you understand the points it is making. In your own words, start your annotation by summarizing the source’s argument succinctly and fairly, without adding your opinion.

A connection to your own argument. Next, explain how this source supports your side of the issue. How can you use it to establish ethos, pathos, or logos?

What do you think about what the source says, and how will it be useful to you for your Video Argument Presentation?

Provide three potential sources for your Video Argument Presentation. Include what you think about what the source says, and how will it be useful to you for your Video Argument Presentation?