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  1. 1. THIS IS HOW YOUR HEADING WILL LOOK ON YOUR RESEARCH PAPER.(Name )__________________________(Teacher)_________________________(Subject)__________________________(Period #)_________________________(Date)____________________________ <br /> RESEARCH PAPER CITATION: MLA <br />1. MLA stands for the ___________________________________________.<br />2. MLA is a trusted ________________________ that shows you how your paper should look.<br />3. MLA is the guidelines that most scholars, ___________ and _____________ use. <br />4. MLA helps you avoid ____________________ by showing you how to cite your sources.<br />5. Plagiarism is a very serious offense. It is using another author’s ________ and claiming them as your own by not citing them in your paper. If done, it can lead to serious consequences.<br />6. The Works Cited page comes at the very ______ of your research paper. It is an alphabetical list of sources (_________________, encyclopedias, _________________, and journals) that you have quoted in your paper. <br />7. The font of your paper will need to be ______________________ and ____ point size. <br />8. You will need to have ____ inch margins all around your paper.<br />This online tool can help- http://www.westga.edu/~library/depts/liaison/english/mla.shtml<br /> MLA INFO SHEET<br /> BOOK<br />Last name, First name. Title. City: Publishing Company, Year. Pages.<br />EXAMPLE:<br />Camus, Albert. The Stranger. New York: Vintage International, 1989. 10-31.<br />NEWSPAPER ARTICLE <br />Last name, First name. “Article Title.” Newspaper Title Date; Section or Page #.<br /> EXAMPLE:<br /> Natale, Richard. “Traffic Revs Up, but Tom’s Still Driving.” Los Angeles Times 8 <br /> January 2001; F4.<br />Indent ½” after the first lineA WORK IN AN ANTHOLOGY<br />Last name, First name. “Title of Work.” Anthology name. The name of the <br /> Transcriber. City: Publishing Company, Year. Pages. <br />EXAMPLE:<br />Calvino, Italo. “Cybernetics and Ghosts.” The Uses of Literature: Essays. Trans: <br /> Patrick Creagh. San Diego: Harcourt, 1982. 3-27.<br />MAGAZINE ARTICLE<br />Last name, First name. “Article Title.” Magazine Title Date: Page #’s.<br />EXAMPLE:<br />Bennett, Rad. “This is Widescreen.” Sound and Vision January 2001: 108-112.<br />Create entries for the following:<br />1. A book by Robert Akins called Greeks and Romans. It was published by Random House in Philadelphia in 1987.<br />2. A book by Henry Goldman called Ancient Civilizations. It was published in Philadelphia by Gold House in 1989. <br />3. Linda Lewis wrote an article entitled “Atlanta Roadways are in Need of Repair” in the Atlanta Journal Constitution on June 15, 2006. It was located on page C3. <br />4. Joshua Petruna wrote an article on February 2, 2001 called “Saving Money on Electronics” in the Cleveland Plain Dealer. It was located on E2. <br />

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