Use this space to post one of your annotations
If we were working on this in class, I would have asked folks to volunteer to allow me to life edit their annotation in front of the class. This kind of workshop is not a kind of workshop that you would do at the start of the semester with most students. It's a kind of workshop that requires a great deal of trust, because it can feel pretty brutal when done live. But when you've established trust in a classroom, this kind of workshop can be very powerful. Everyone learns something--the students who volunteer to have their annotations workshopped are helped, but all of the students watching the editing learn a lot too.
For our purposes, in an asynchronous setting, what I will do is comment on each of your annotations. My comments will be focused on three things: 1) I will look at sentences for clarity and brevity--because that is what makes a great annotation, potent, brief writing; 2) I will ask questions if I don't understand something about what you wrote; 3) I will make suggestions about organization for, again, brevity and potency.
WHAT TO POST: Please post one of your annotations from one of your articles. Remember that there is help on writing your annotations located on the assignment page for the reverse annotated bibliography.