Annotated Bibliography and Project Proposal

In Module 2, you submitted three annotated citations for the project. Review the feedback on these citations and find three new citations. With these six citations, you will be able to complete the project rough draft in Module 5.

Instructions
Find three additional citations that could be used for your presentation topic. Include the citations in full APA 7th edition format in the same Microsoft Word document you used in Module 2.
Annotate each of these citations with a separate 5-sentence paragraph, including the following information:
Descriiption of the source and author: Are they reliable and valid? [1 sentence]
Descriiption of findings that may be important to your project. [2–3 sentences]
Include the reason why you chose the source. How will it support your project? [1 sentence]
In one short paragraph, discuss the formatting for the project and reasons for this format. This will be your project format proposal. You will be required to present your project in Module 6 with a 4-5 minute presentation; however, the format of the project is up to you. Use the Pathophysiology Project Rubric and Guide to help you figure out which format you would like to use. Here are some options:
PowerPoint presentation
Infographic – Example Templates (Links to an external site.)
Topic Pamphlet or Brochure – Example Templates (in Microsoft Word) (Links to an external site.)
Interactive Presentations – Examples (Links to an external site.)
Choice of Your Own – Do you have another interesting way to present the information? Please discuss and include an example in your proposal.
Please refer to the template Download templateprovided for this assignment.

HCR 240 Pathophysiology Project Deliverables #2 and #3: Formal Topic Proposal and Annotated Bibliography
HCR 240 Pathophysiology Project Deliverables #2 and #3: Formal Topic Proposal and Annotated Bibliography
Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeProposal: Topic Paragraph or Presentation
4 pts
Outstanding
Proposal is exceptionally well-presented and argued; ideas are detailed, well-developed, and supported with specific evidence, facts, and examples.
3 pts
Good
Proposal is well-presented and argued; ideas are detailed, developed, and supported with evidence, mostly specific.
2 pts
Proficient
Proposal is sound and solid; ideas are present but not particularly developed or supported; some evidence is present, but it is usually of a generalized nature.
1 pts
Needs Improvement
Proposal is slightly reasonable. Idea presence is limited and/or not supported.
0 pts
Unacceptable
Content is not sound.
4 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAnnotated Bibliography: Organization (5 pts per annotation)
**Descriiption of source and author: Are they reliable and valid? (1 sentence – 1 pt)
**Descriiption of findings that may be important to your project (2-3 sentences – 3 pts)
**Reason why you chose the source and how it will support your project (1 sentence – 1 pt)
15 pts
Outstanding
Bibliography is well-planned and thought out. Includes all the required content of the project. All paragraphs have clear ideas, are supported with examples, and have smooth transitions.
12 pts
Good
Bibliography has good overall organization and includes the main organizational tools. Includes all but 1-2 of the required content of the project. Most paragraphs have clear ideas, are supported with some examples, and have transitions.
10.5 pts
Proficient
Bibliography has a sense of organization, although some of the organizational tools used are weakly. Some paragraphs have clear ideas. Support from examples may be missing, and transitions are weak. Includes all but 3-4 of the required content of the project.
9 pts
Needs Improvement
Organizational tools appear to be missing, or are very weak. Paragraphs have clear ideas but no supporting content or examples.
0 pts
Unacceptable
No sense of organization or clear ideas.
15 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAnnotated Bibliography: APA Formatting
6 pts
Outstanding
APA citations are correct (including in-text citations).
5 pts
Good
APA citations have 1-2 errors (including in-text citations).
4 pts
Proficient
APA citations have 3-4 errors (including in-text citations).
3 pts
Needs Improvement
APA citations have 5-6 errors (including in-text citations).
0 pts
Unacceptable
APA citations are not included.
6 pts
Total Points: 25

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