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  • 1. WHAT
  • 2. IS
  • 3. APA?
  • 4. APA
    (American Psychological Association)
  • 5. APA
    (American Psychological Association)
    Standardized essay writing guidelines.
  • 6. APA
    (American Psychological Association)
    Standardized essay writing guidelines.
    Journal articles.
    Research papers.
    School essays.
  • 7. FONT
    Times New Roman
  • 8. FONT
    Times New Roman
    FONT SIZE
    12 point
  • 9. FONT
    Times New Roman
    FONT SIZE
    12 point
    MARGINS
    1 inch
  • 10. FONT
    Times New Roman
    FONT SIZE
    12 point
    MARGINS
    1 inch
  • 11. 1. Title Page
    2. Abstract
    3. Body
    4. References
  • 12. Creating a Header
  • 13. Creating a Header
    A string of text or page numbers in the top margin.
    It is usually the same from page to page.
  • 14. Creating a Header
    A string of text or page numbers in the top margin.
    It is usually the same from page to page.
    Helps the organization of a paper.
  • 15. FOOTER
    HEADER
  • 16. APA Styling States That…
    The header on the first page is different
    from the header on every other page.
    It will read: “Running Head: Title of Your Paper”
    The header every other page will read:
    “Title of Your Paper”
  • 17. 1. Title Page
    2. Abstract
    3. Body
    4. References
  • 18. 1
    Running Head: Title of Your Paper
    Title of Your Paper
    Your Name
    Your Instructor’s Name
    Kaplan College Bakersfield
  • 19. 1
    Running Head: Title of Your Paper
    Title of Your Paper
    Your Name
    Your Instructor’s Name
    Kaplan College Bakersfield
  • 20. 1
    Running Head: Title of Your Paper
    Institutional Affiliation
    Title of Your Paper
    Your Name
    Your Instructor’s Name
    Kaplan College Bakersfield
  • 21. 1. Title Page
    2. Abstract
    3. Body
    4. References
  • 22. Abstract
  • 23. Abstract
    Kandinsky's On White II (1923). Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Kandinsky_white.jpg
  • 24. Abstract
    Soft Construction with Boiled Beans: Premonition of Civil Warhttp://www.artchive.com/artchive/d/dali/boiled_beans.jpg
  • 25. Abstract
    http://dunyobrono.blogspot.com/2011/08/wallpapers-abstract.html
  • 26. Abstract
    An abstract is a concise summary of your paper’s key points.
    It should contain your topic, summarize the paper, and present conclusions.
  • 27. Abstract
    Not concrete.
    An abstract is a concise summary of your paper’s key points.
    It should contain your topic, summarize the paper, and present conclusions.
  • 28. Abstract
    Not concrete.
    Not the entire unified picture.
    An abstract is a concise summary of your paper’s key points.
    It should contain your topic, summarize the paper, and present conclusions.
  • 29. Abstract
    Not concrete.
    Not the entire unified picture.
    Many different parts of a whole.
    An abstract is a concise summary of your paper’s key points.
    It should contain your topic, summarize the paper, and present conclusions.
  • 30. Abstract
    Not concrete.
    Not the entire unified picture.
    Many different parts of a whole.
    Representational.
    An abstract is a concise summary of your paper’s key points.
    It should contain your topic, summarize the paper, and present conclusions.
  • 31. Abstract
    Not concrete.
    Not the entire unified picture.
    Many different parts of a whole.
    Representational.
  • 32. Abstract
    Not concrete.
    Not the entire unified picture.
    Many different parts of a whole.
    Representational.
    Key ideas. Topic.
  • 33. Abstract
    Not concrete.
    Not the entire unified picture.
    Many different parts of a whole.
    Representational.
    Key ideas. Topic.
    Summary of the paper
  • 34. Abstract
    Not concrete.
    Not the entire unified picture.
    Many different parts of a whole.
    Representational.
    Key ideas. Topic.
    Summary of the paper
    Conclusions.
  • 35. 2
    Title of Your Paper
    Abstract
    Abstract abstractabstractabstractabstract
    abstract abstractabstractabstractabstractabstract
    abstract abstractabstractabstractabstractabstract
    abstract abstractabstractabstractabstractabstract
    abstract abstractabstractabstractabstractabstract
    abstract abstractabstractabstractabstractabstract
    abstract abstractabstractabstract.
  • 36. 1. Title Page
    2. Abstract
    3. Body
    4. References
  • 37. Body of the paper must be double spaced!
    (Double space
    the entire paper)
    1. Title Page
    2. Abstract
    3. Body
    4. References
  • 38. Body of the paper must be double spaced!
    (Double space
    the entire paper)
    1. Title Page
    2. Abstract
    3. Body
    4. References
  • 39. Body of the paper must be double spaced!
    (Double space
    the entire paper)
    1. Title Page
    2. Abstract
    3. Body
    4. References
  • 40. Body of the paper must be double spaced!
    (Double space
    the entire paper)
    1. Title Page
    2. Abstract
    3. Body
    4. References
  • 41. Body of the paper must be double spaced!
    (Double space
    the entire paper)
    1. Title Page
    2. Abstract
    3. Body
    4. References
  • 42. Body of the paper must be double spaced!
    (Double space
    the entire paper)
    1. Title Page
    2. Abstract
    3. Body
    4. References
  • 43. Body of the paper must be double spaced!
    (Double space
    the entire paper)
    1. Title Page
    2. Abstract
    3. Body
    4. References
  • 44. 3
    Title of Your Paper
    Title of Your Paper
    Writing word wordwordwordwordwordwordword
    word wordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordword
    word wordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordword
    word wordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordword
    word wordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordword
    word wordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordword
    word wordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordword
    word wordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordword
    Word wordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordword
    word wordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordword
    word wordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordword
    word wordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordword.
  • 45. In-Text Citations
    A Citation = A Reference
    To Reference = To Cite
    We cite when we…
    Use another person’s ideas directly.
    Use another person’s ideas indirectly.
  • 46. In-Text Citations
    A Citation = quoting another source for substantiation.
    We include a citation whenever we…
    Use another person’s ideas directly.
    Use another person’s ideas indirectly.
  • 47. In-Text Citations
    A Citation = quoting another source for substantiation.
    We include a citation whenever we…
    Use another person’s ideas directly.
    Use another person’s ideas indirectly.
  • 48. In-Text Citations
    A Citation = quoting another source for substantiation.
    We include a citation whenever we…
    Use another person’s ideas directly.
    Use another person’s ideas indirectly.
  • 49. Short Direct Citation
    Ex. 1
    Jones (1998) found "students often had difficulty using
    APA style" (p. 199); what implications does this have for teachers?
    Ex. 2
    According to Jones (1998), "Students often had difficulty
    using APA style, especially when it was their first time" (p. 199).
    Ex. 3
    She stated, "Students often had difficulty using APA style"
    (Jones, 1998, p. 199), but she did not say why this was.
  • 50. Short Direct Citation
    Ex. 1
    Jones (1998) found "students often had difficulty using
    APA style" (p. 199); what implications does this have for teachers?
    Ex. 2
    According to Jones (1998), "Students often had difficulty
    using APA style, especially when it was their first time" (p. 199).
    Ex. 3
    She stated, "Students often had difficulty using APA style"
    (Jones, 1998, p. 199), but she did not say why this was.
  • 51. Short Direct Citation
    Ex. 1
    Jones (1998) found "students often had difficulty using
    APA style" (p. 199); what implications does this have for teachers?
    Ex. 2
    According to Jones (1998), "Students often had difficulty
    using APA style, especially when it was their first time" (p. 199).
    Ex. 3
    She stated, "Students often had difficulty using APA style"
    (Jones, 1998, p. 199), but she did not say why this was.
  • 52. Short Direct Citation
    Ex. 1
    Jones (1998) found "students often had difficulty using
    APA style" (p. 199); what implications does this have for teachers?
    Ex. 2
    According to Jones (1998), "Students often had difficulty
    using APA style, especially when it was their first time" (p. 199).
    Ex. 3
    She stated, "Students often had difficulty using APA style"
    (Jones, 1998, p. 199), but she did not say why this was.
  • 53. Short Direct Citation
    Ex. 1
    Jones (1998) found "students often had difficulty using
    APA style" (p. 199); what implications does this have for teachers?
    Ex. 2
    According to Jones (1998), "Students often had difficulty
    using APA style, especially when it was their first time" (p. 199).
    Ex. 3
    She stated, "Students often had difficulty using APA style"
    (Jones, 1998, p. 199), but she did not say why this was.
  • 54. Long Direct Citation
    7
    Title of Your Paper
    . . . simply writing to demonstrate that space is being taken up and that
    now this is the end of this top paragraph.
    Now I am beginning this paragraph. Thus, Jones's (1998) study
    found the following:
    Students often had difficulty using APA style,
    especially when it was their first time citing sources.
    This difficulty could be attributed to the fact that many students failed to purchase a style manual or to ask their teacher or librarian for help. (p. 199)
    I continue a new paragraph here. This is an enlightening and interesting observation because it shows that simple outreach can influence confidence level in students working on APA.
  • 55. Long Direct Citation
    7
    Title of Your Paper
    . . . simply writing to demonstrate that space is being taken up and that
    now this is the end of this top paragraph.
    Now I am beginning this paragraph. Thus, Jones's (1998) study
    found the following:
    Students often had difficulty using APA style,
    especially when it was their first time citing sources.
    This difficulty could be attributed to the fact that many students failed to purchase a style manual or to ask their teacher or librarian for help. (p. 199)
    I continue a new paragraph here. This is an enlightening and interesting observation because it shows that simple outreach can influence confidence level in students working on APA.
  • 56. Long Direct Citation
    7
    Title of Your Paper
    . . . simply writing to demonstrate that space is being taken up and that
    now this is the end of this top paragraph.
    Now I am beginning this paragraph. Thus, Jones's (1998) study
    found the following:
    Students often had difficulty using APA style,
    especially when it was their first time citing sources.
    This difficulty could be attributed to the fact that many students failed to purchase a style manual or to ask their teacher or librarian for help. (p. 199)
    I continue a new paragraph here. This is an enlightening and interesting observation because it shows that simple outreach can influence confidence level in students working on APA.
  • 57. Indirect Citation
    Ex. 1
    It has also been inferred in many studies that students
    who have difficulty using APA style can increase their
    knowledge dramatically with practice and by utilizing
    the librarian as a resource (Jones, 1998).
    Ex. 2
    According to Jones (1998), APA style is a difficult
    citation format for first-time learners, but can be
    mastered with practice.
  • 58. Indirect Citation
    Ex. 1
    It has also been inferred in many studies that students
    who have difficulty using APA style can increase their
    knowledge dramatically with practice and by utilizing
    the librarian as a resource (Jones, 1998).
    Ex. 2
    According to Jones (1998), APA style is a difficult
    citation format for first-time learners, but can be
    mastered with practice.
  • 59. Indirect Citation
    Ex. 1
    It has also been inferred in many studies that students
    who have difficulty using APA style can increase their
    knowledge dramatically with practice and by utilizing
    the librarian as a resource (Jones, 1998).
    Ex. 2
    According to Jones (1998), APA style is a difficult
    citation format for first-time learners, but can be
    mastered with practice.
  • 60. Indirect Citation
    Ex. 1
    It has also been inferred in many studies that students
    who have difficulty using APA style can increase their
    knowledge dramatically with practice and by utilizing
    the librarian as a resource (Jones, 1998).
    Ex. 2
    According to Jones (1998), APA style is a difficult
    citation format for first-time learners, but can be
    mastered with practice.
  • 61. 1. Title Page
    2. Abstract
    3. Body
    4. References
  • 62. Each source cited in your paper must appear in your reference list.
    and
    Each source in your reference list
    must be cited in your paper.
  • 63. 12
    Title of Your Paper
    References
    Berger, S. (2005). Allotment gardening : an organic
    guide for beginners. Devon, England: Green
    Books, Ltd.
  • 64. 12
    Title of Your Paper
    References
    Berger, S. (2005). Allotment gardening : an organic
    guide for beginners. Devon, England: Green
    Books, Ltd.
  • 65. 12
    Title of Your Paper
    References
    Berger, S. (2005). Allotment gardening : an organic
    guide for beginners. Devon, England: Green
    Books, Ltd.
  • 66. 12
    Title of Your Paper
    References
    Berger, S. (2005). Allotment gardening : an organic
    guide for beginners. Devon, England: Green
    Books, Ltd.
    Alphabetized by Last Name!
  • 67. 12
    Title of Your Paper
    References
    Berger, S. (2005). Allotment gardening : an organic
    guide for beginners. Devon, England: Green
    Books, Ltd.
    Last Name, First Name (Pub. Date). Title of the
    Book. Place of Publishing: Publishers.
  • 68. 12
    Title of Your Paper
    References
    Berger, S. (2005). Allotment gardening : an organic
    guide for beginners. Devon, England: Green
    Books, Ltd.
    Last Name, First Name. (Pub. Date). Title of the
    Book. Place of Publishing: Publishers.
  • 69. 12
    Title of Your Paper
    References
    Berger, S. (2005). Allotment gardening : an organic
    guide for beginners. Devon, England: Green
    Books, Ltd.
    Last Name, First Name (Pub. Date). Title of the
    Book. Place of Publishing: Publishers.
  • 70. 12
    Title of Your Paper
    References
    Berger, S. (2005). Allotment gardening : an organic
    guide for beginners. Devon, England: Green
    Books, Ltd.
    Last Name, First Name (Pub. Date). Title of the
    Book. Place of Publishing: Publishers.
  • 71. 12
    Title of Your Paper
    References
    Berger, S. (2005). Allotment gardening : an organic
    guide for beginners. Devon, England: Green
    Books, Ltd.
    Last Name, First Name (Pub. Date). Title of the
    Book. Place of Publishing: Publishers.
  • 72. 12
    Title of Your Paper
    References
    Berger, S. (2005). Allotment gardening : an organic
    guide for beginners. Devon, England: Green
    Books, Ltd.
    Last Name, First Name (Pub. Date). Title of the
    Book. Place of Publishing: Publishers.
  • 73. 12
    Title of Your Paper
    References
    Bernstein, M. (2002). 10 tips on writing the living Web.
    A list apart: For people who make websites, 149. Retrieved from
    http://www.alistapart.com/articles/writeliving
    Author, A. A., & Author, B. B. (Date of publication). Title of article.
    Title of Online Periodical, volume number(issue number if
    available). Retrieved from http://www.someaddress.com/full/url
  • 74. APA
    (American Psychological Association)
    Standardized essay writing guidelines.
    Journal articles.
    Research papers.
    School essays.
  • 75. 1
    Running Head: Title of Your Paper
    Title of Your Paper
    Your Name
    Your Instructor’s Name
    Kaplan College Bakersfield
  • 76. 2
    Title of Your Paper
    Abstract
    Abstract abstractabstractabstractabstract
    abstract abstractabstractabstractabstractabstract
    abstract abstractabstractabstractabstractabstract
    abstract abstractabstractabstractabstractabstract
    abstract abstractabstractabstractabstractabstract
    abstract abstractabstractabstractabstractabstract
    abstract abstractabstractabstract.
  • 77. 3
    Title of Your Paper
    Title of Your Paper
    Writing word wordwordwordwordwordwordword
    word wordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordword
    word wordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordword
    word wordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordword
    word wordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordword
    word wordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordword
    word wordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordword
    word wordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordword
    Word wordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordword
    word wordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordword
    word wordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordword
    word wordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordwordword.
  • 78. Long Direct Citation
    7
    Title of Your Paper
    . . . simply writing to demonstrate that space is being taken up and that
    now this is the end of this top paragraph.
    Now I am beginning this paragraph. Thus, Jones's (1998) study
    found the following:
    Students often had difficulty using APA style,
    especially when it was their first time citing sources.
    This difficulty could be attributed to the fact that many students failed to purchase a style manual or to ask their teacher or librarian for help. (p. 199)
    I continue a new paragraph here. This is an enlightening and interesting observation because it shows that simple outreach can influence confidence level in students working on APA.
  • 79. 12
    Title of Your Paper
    References
    Berger, S. (2005). Allotment gardening : an organic
    guide for beginners. Devon, England: Green
    Books, Ltd.
    Last Name, First Name (Pub. Date). Title of the
    Book. Place of Publishing: Publishers.
  • 80. YOU CAN WATCH THIS AGAIN AT YOUR OWN PACE!
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