Each of the 10 entries on the reference page should have the following:
An APA-formatted reference citation with the source's publication information.
An annotation of about 150-200 words, in paragraph format, that includes the following:
*Summary of the source's main points (3-4 sentences): What are the source’s main points? What new information is presented?
*Evaluation of the source author's or organization's credibility (1-2 sentences): Evaluate the credibility of the author or organization. This may include information about the author’s credentials/expertise, where the article appeared (e.g., website, academic journal, professional journal, textbook, periodical), whether the article has been peer reviewed, and whether or not the article is current.
*Explanation of the source's relevance to your thesis statement (1-2 sentences): How does this source relate directly to your thesis statement? Does it provide evidence for one of your main points? Discuss the relevance of the source for your research paper.
This material may consist of step-by-step explanations on how to solve a problem or examples of proper writing, including the use of citations, references, bibliographies, and formatting. This material is made available for the sole purpose of studying and learning - misuse is strictly forbidden.Banerji, M., & Dailey, R. (1995). A study of the effects of an inclusion model on students with specific learning disabilities. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 28(8), 511-522. Retrieved November 10, 2014.
This article highlights on the general platform of inclusion in school with regards to its effects on the students with specific learning challenges and disabilities. It seeks to bring out the question of whether the desired effects behind incorporation of the models are attainable. It also covers a detailed background as well as the basis for implementation of this model in regular schools and the various methodologies used to attain success in this model. This article shows favorable results for including children with learning disabilities with normally achieving students, which contrary to my argument that inclusion is not beneficial to students, but I can use this in favor of inclusion in non-academic classes. The primary author, Madhabi Banerji, PhD, is the supervisor of research and evaluation services in Pasco County School System, FL, and she specializes in educational measurement, program evaluation, and research methodology. The Journal of Learning Disabilities is a peer-reviewed forum for sharing work on learning disabilities and associated disorders.
Bos, K., Nakken, H., Nicolay, P., & Houten, E. (2007). Adults with mild intellectual disabilities: Can their reading comprehension ability be improved? Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 5(11), 835-849. Retrieved November 10, 2014.
This article is an overall highlight of the whole idea that drives the concept of inclusion in schools and the possibility of achievement of intended goals to students with special needs. It...