Here is a great way for students to learn and practice how to properly cite their sources in the MLA style. How to cite from books, websites, and magazines are clearly and simply explained. How to cite from encyclopedias is also explained (though the process is very similar to citing from a book). Students are started off with guided practice and eased into independent practice. A paired assessment is also included to test student knowledge on how to cite properly.

Do your students need to learn the latest MLA style (8th edition)? This handy foldable flip book (NO cutting involved) is an excellent tool for your students to use while researching and citing sources. It goes over the core elements in the new MLA format and then gives plenty of examples for numerous types of sources, including: Books (print & Kindle/electronic editions) Periodicals (magazines, newspapers, journals) Websites Tweets Online Videos (YouTube) Images and Artwork Songs and Mov...

Honors English 10 World Literature | but good for Honors and AP World History #writing #research

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Kate Hart: Citing Sources: A Quick and Graphic Guide to Avoiding Plagarism. #harrypotter #students #education

Super 3 Crediting style -- citing for elementary students--great ideas to share with teachers

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