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How to use in text citation 2010 2011

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  • 1. How to use in Text Citation
  • 2. Using your research • While conducting research – Look for a sentence that you would like to use in your paper. – Write it into your notes
  • 3. Using your research • Once your research is complete – Open the word template and start typing your biography OR – Copy and paste your work onto the template
  • 4. Using your research • Using what you have learned – Type or write a bibliography about your god/goddess/ monster/hero – Each of the 3 paragraphs has a job to do
  • 5. Using your research • You need to find a quote from the database and from a book for your paper • The quotes need to be in separate paragraphs http://www.jupiterimages.com/Image/royaltyFree/76906874
  • 6. Formatting your work • Please run spell check • Re-read your work • Make sure you have no run-on sentences or fragments
  • 7. Formatting your bibliography • Once the information is typed – Use spell check – Go to the each of the three quotes in the 3 different paragraphs
  • 8. Citing your quote • Check that the quote is in Quotation marks • Once you have put your 3 quotes into your paper, each must have a parenthetical citation.
  • 9. Citing your quote • After the quotation mark, but before the period – Open a parenthesis – For a book • Write in the author’s last name and page number – For a database • Write in the first word from the database name – Close the parenthesis and put a period
  • 10. Citing your source
  • 11. Now what? You are not done – Check and double check. Citing a quote can cause many problems. – Create a works cited piece for your paper. – Upload to turnitin.com http://www.furniture-that-gets-kids-to-pick-up-toys.com/
  • 12. Frequently Asked Questions 3. Transfer your notes to your pamphlet – Use your neatest handwriting – Print your information 4. Create the cover of the pamphlet – Please use your imagination and creativity while still linking back to the biography – If you use a web site be sure to document and add to your works cited page 5. Sign your Honest Contact – No plagiarism please