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Note taking and annotated bib
Note taking and annotated bib
Note taking and annotated bib
Note taking and annotated bib
Note taking and annotated bib
Note taking and annotated bib
Note taking and annotated bib
Note taking and annotated bib
Note taking and annotated bib
Note taking and annotated bib
Note taking and annotated bib
Note taking and annotated bib
Note taking and annotated bib
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  • 1. Works Cited Page The final Step to Giving Credit where Credit is due!
  • 2. What do you already know?
    • True or False
    • A works cited page is essentially the same thing as a bibliography.
    • A bibliography is a story about someone’s life.
    • A works cited page lists works in alphabetical order.
    • Alphabetical order is based primarily on the title of the work.
    • Every citation should include the year the work was published.
  • 3. What is a Works Cited Page?
    • A works Cited page (or bibliography) is an alphabetized (by author) list of all sources used in your paper
    • Any source quoted or paraphrased in the text of your essay must be included!
    • This is attached to the end of your essay or report
  • 4. Single Author Book Entry Example
    • Lastname, Firstname. Title of Book . Place of Publication: Publisher, Year of Publication. Medium of Publication.
    • Gleick, James. Chaos: Making a New Science . New York: Penguin, 1987. Print.
  • 5. Single Author Book Entry Example
    • Lastname, Firstname. Title of Book . Place of Publication: Publisher, Year of Publication. Medium of Publication.
    • Gleick, James. Chaos: Making a New Science . New York: Penguin, 1987. Print.
    Notice that a bibliography uses backwards indentation
  • 6. Other sources
    • Every type of source (ie: websites, magazines, interviews, blogs, etc) has a special way of being cited on a works cited page. Please see your handout for more.
  • 7. MLA Research and Note Taking A guide to Annotated Bibliographies
  • 8. NOTE TAKING You will create one note card per source.
    • Front
    • Bibliography Information
    • BACK
    • * Bullet what you learn (exact quote). Page #
    • * Bullet what you learn (exact quote). Page #
    • * Bullet what you learn (exact quote). Page #
  • 9. Set up your note cards for different sources now.
    • Website
    • Website Title:
    • Page title (if different):
    • Contributor/author:
    • Publisher/ sponsor:
    • Main URL:
    • Date Published:
    • Date Accessed:
  • 10. Set up your note cards for different sources now.
    • Website
    • Website Title:
    • Page title (if different):
    • Contributor/author:
    • Publisher/ sponsor:
    • Main URL:
    • Date Published:
    • Date Accessed:
    • Practice by clicking here (But do not write this on your notecard)
  • 11. Set up your note cards for different sources now.
    • Online Database
    • Database Name:
    • Title of article:
    • Author/contributors:
    • Electronically published:
    • Date Accessed:
  • 12. Set up your note cards for different sources now.
    • Encyclopedia (Hard copy)
    • Title of Encyclopedia:
    • Article title:
    • Contributors:
    • Volume: Edition:
    • Publisher information –
    • Name: City: Year:
    • Pages: _____ - _____
  • 13. Set up your note cards for different sources now.
    • Book
    • Author(s):
    • Title:
    • If necessary - Volume: Edition: Series:
    • Publisher info-
    • Name: City: Year:
  • 14. What is an Annotated Bibliography?
    • A bibliography is a list of sources (books, web sites, periodicals, etc) one uses for researching a topic
    • An annotation is a summary/evaluation
    • Thus an annotated bibliography includes a summary/evaluation of each source that you research for your project
  • 15. How to Create an Annotated Bib.
    • Summarize the main points of the source; similar to paraphrasing
    • Assess/evaluate the information: is the info useful? compare it to your other sources?
    • Reflect on how this source will fit in with your other sources and into your paper; how does it shape your argument?
    • Quote : Add quotes (with page #’s) that you want to use in the paragraphs of your essay
  • 16. Paraphrasing Take someone’s words and rephrase into your own words.
    • IF you do not paraphrase correctly, you are plagiarizing.
    • Change all of the words.
    • Change the word order.
    • YOU MUST STILL CITE THE SOURCE. Even though you have changed the information into your own words, it is still another person’s IDEA and you MUST give them credit.

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