MLA Citation 9.8 TSW credit the sources of quoted,paraphrased, and summarized ideas; citesources of information using MLA ...
How can you tell if someone is lying?● Know the information if false● Find out the information is  false
Why should I cite?●    In scholarly research, you make sure    information is correct by verifying    information.●   One ...
What sources should I cite?●   Anything that is not your original idea and used in    your research product.●   This inclu...
Elements of Citation●   Citations include the following:            Author        –   Title        –   Publisher Name     ...
Also...●   Depending on the type of inforation source, it    may also include:            volume        –   Article title ...
Book Citation BasicsAuthor Last Name, First Name. Title. PublisherLocation: Publisher Name, Date.Pfeffer, Susan. Life As W...
Journals/MagazinesAuthor Last Name, First Name. “Article Title.”Journal Name. Publication date: pages.Blount, Roy. “Mr. Li...
Database ArticleFor a journal article found in a database, you followthe same format, but you will also add the productnam...
WebsiteAuthor. “Title page of document.” Site Title. Dateof electronic publication, last update, or posting date. Name of ...
Now What?Lets play “human citation”Working in group of 5, given cards with eachelement of a citation (author, title, publi...
Practice    Two Truths and Lie●   Create 3 statements for a partner. Two of those    statement must be true and one a lie....
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  1. 1. MLA Citation 9.8 TSW credit the sources of quoted,paraphrased, and summarized ideas; citesources of information using MLA or APA.
  2. 2. How can you tell if someone is lying?● Know the information if false● Find out the information is false
  3. 3. Why should I cite?● In scholarly research, you make sure information is correct by verifying information.● One way of verifying is checking works cited.● Remember to avoid plagiarism, you should always cite your sources.
  4. 4. What sources should I cite?● Anything that is not your original idea and used in your research product.● This includes: – Books – Journals/magazines – Database articles – Websites – Encyclopedia articles – Pictures – music
  5. 5. Elements of Citation● Citations include the following: Author – Title – Publisher Name – Publisher Location – Date of publication
  6. 6. Also...● Depending on the type of inforation source, it may also include: volume – Article title – Date accessed
  7. 7. Book Citation BasicsAuthor Last Name, First Name. Title. PublisherLocation: Publisher Name, Date.Pfeffer, Susan. Life As We Knew It. Boston:Houghton Mifflin, 2006.*There are additional rules about books with morethan one author, corporate authors, or editors.
  8. 8. Journals/MagazinesAuthor Last Name, First Name. “Article Title.”Journal Name. Publication date: pages.Blount, Roy. “Mr. Lincoln Goes to Hollywood.”Smithsonian. November 2012: 46-53.
  9. 9. Database ArticleFor a journal article found in a database, you followthe same format, but you will also add the productname, name of providing library, date of access, andURL.Blount, Roy. “Mr. Lincoln Goes to Hollywood.”Smithsonian. November 2012: 46-53. Proquest.Appomattox HS Lib. 14 Nov 2012.<http://elibrary.bigchalk.com>.
  10. 10. WebsiteAuthor. “Title page of document.” Site Title. Dateof electronic publication, last update, or posting date. Name of publishing institution. Date of downloador access. <url>.New, Michelle. “Coping with Cliques.” TeensHealth. August 2010. Nemours. 14 Nov 2012.<http://teenshealth.org/teen/your_mind/problems/cliques.html#>.
  11. 11. Now What?Lets play “human citation”Working in group of 5, given cards with eachelement of a citation (author, title, publisher place,publisher name, date) arrange yourselves in thecorrect order for MLA citation.Repeat for journal article, database, website.
  12. 12. Practice Two Truths and Lie● Create 3 statements for a partner. Two of those statement must be true and one a lie. Create a citation for each statement. Partner has to guess which is false and must be able to verify using your citations.

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