An annotated bublography is a list of citations to books followed by a brief (us

An annotated bublography is a list of citations to books followed by a brief (usually about 150 words) descriptive,
expressive and evaluative paragraph, the annotation. The purpose of the annotation is to inform the reader of the
significance, relevance, appropriatness, and quality of the souces cited. For this task students will choose and
review children’s literature appropriate for Multilingual Learners (MLLs) of the grade band K-2. Students will carry
out a review of said literature. The annotated bibliography should be no longer than 10 pages or 5,000 words. You
can add subtitles that specify the topics and a table of contents (which does not count towards the page/word
limit. There should be 10 references/texts being used for you annotated bibliography. Emphasis will be placed on
the books’ lingustic and cultural relevance. In addition to reviewing apprpriateness and theme of each story,
consider the following questions: What are two essential questions that can be used during an interactive read-aloud with this book? How would you integrate this book into a unit plann? Based on your knowledge about children’s literature, which guidelines show that is a good or bad book for that grade? Etc.

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