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  1. 1. How to create a Works CitedSheet.MLA Style Guide
  2. 2. How to create a Works Cited Sheet.. There are 5 main types ofbibliographic styles out there, andyou will be using MLA today. Included in your package today is acopy of how to do an MLA style WorksCited Sheet.
  3. 3. How to create a Works Cited Sheet. Why do we need to learn to do anytype of bibliography sheet? You need to let the reader knowwhere the information came from in apaper, because often the informationyour are using is not your own. If you do not do this it is calledplagiarism and the penalty can beextreme.
  4. 4. How to create a Works Cited Sheet. There are some basic steps to remember:1) Listing all sources used to help you write anessay is called a “Works Consulted” sheet.2) Listing only those sources you directlyquoted or paraphrased is called a “WorksCited” sheet.
  5. 5. How to create a Works CitedSheet. There are 2 times that you are to cite asource:1) If you take something and use it wordfor word in your paper, you must place itin quotation marks “ and “ then youmust place a reference with it. In MLAyou need to put a ( after the quote, thenfill in some valuable information aboutwhere the quotation came from, thenend with a ).
  6. 6. How to create a Works Cited Sheet. 2) If you take information from asource and put it into your ownswords – this still does not mean it isyour idea. Although you are notdirectly quoting you must stillacknowledge that this is not yourwork. Again in MLA you need to puta ( after the quote, then fill in somevaluable information about where theidea came from, then end with a ).
  7. 7. How to create a Works Cited Sheet. Each type of source you use requires you touse a little different information in thebrackets. Every single one of the sources that youuse in a quote or a paraphrase in youressay go in the Works Cited sheet.
  8. 8. How to create a Works CitedSheet. You SHOULD be looking at more sourcesthan you quoted from to give yoursources credibility. It is like you use asource but get others sources to makesure it is accurate. All the sources you used go on theWorks Consulted sheet. There SHOULD be more sources on aWorks Consulted Sheet than a WorksCited sheet!
  9. 9. How to create a Works CitedSheet. There are some simple rules to follow nomatter which MLA sheet you are handingin.ALWAYS list your sources alphabeticallyby authors LAST name. If there is noauthor then you use the first FULL word ofthe article title; note A, AN, AND and THEdo not count.
  10. 10. How to create a Works CitedSheet.Example:Boogey, Tony. “Halloween Horrors”. Movie Reviews.(October 2008). Web. Sept. 16, 2010.“A Driving Law Changes”. The Hamilton Spectator. July 16,2010. A6. Print.Note the B comes before D (and we ignore the A in thesecond title).
  11. 11. How to create a Works CitedSheet.Boogey, Tony. “Halloween Horrors”. Movie Reviews.(October 2008). Web. Sept. 16, 2010.“A Driving Law Changes”. The Hamilton Spectator. July 16,2010. A6. Print.Also note that the first line is all the way to the margin, whereas therest of the lines for the same source are tabbed over once. Thatmakes it easier for the reader to distinguish where one source finishesand the next one starts.
  12. 12. How to create a Works CitedSheet.Boogey, Tony. “Halloween Horrors”. Movie Reviews. (October2008). Web. Sept. 16, 2010.“A Driving Law Changes”. The Hamilton Spectator. July 16, 2010.A6. Print.And finally note – each line needs to be double spaced –not just between sources but within sources themselves.
  13. 13. How to create a Works CitedSheet. If you are quoting directly from awebsite or database on the web –use the author as you would with aprint source. Depending on thesource you may or may not have apage number. If you do, provide itand if you don’t have one, thenleave it out.
  14. 14. Example (with page number):Szarak, J.P. “Love in the Stars”. Space. 14.3 (2006):16-19.Web. 22 Sept 2010.Example (without page number):Price, T. “Doing Research Right”. Ontario Librarian. 12(2009). Web. 04 Sept 2010.
  15. 15. How to create a Works CitedSheet. In the case of on-line material you are only toprovide the first few words of whatever willappear first in the Works Cited Sheet you arecreating. You no longer include the URL in anyof the actual information – UNLESS yourteacher says to. Instead you must list what type of source youare using. Hands on stuff – Print WebPages, online encyclopaedia – Web TV shows - video
  16. 16. How to create a Works CitedSheet. EVERY single source has a little differentway of writing up the information – PAYATTENTION to the booklet you have beengiven as it shows EXACTLY how eachsource is to be used! If all else fails – ASK THE LIBRARIAN! Thatis what we are here for.
  17. 17. How to create a Works CitedSheet. And remember:No matter what you do –quoting and paraphrasingTOO much is always betterthan not doing it enough.
  18. 18. How to create a Works CitedSheet.Here is what a Works Cited Sheet wouldlook like under today’s new MLArules.Add, Paul. Life on Mars. Toronto: U of Toronto P., 2008. PrintDonut, John, and Theresa Price. The Astronomers Guide to the Universe. Ed. Chrissy McComb.Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2009. Print.Langmead, Brad. “Pluto”. The New Encyclopaedia Britannica. 16thEd. 2009. Print.Szarak, J.P. “Love in the Stars”. Space. 14.3 (2006):16-19. Web. 22 Sept 2010.Zimic, Mike. “The Man on the Moon” Movie. YouTube. 22 Sept. 2010.

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