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Transcript of APA
Formatting Introduction to APA Stylistics In-Text Citations Reference List Additional Resources APA stands for American Psychological Association. Because APA referencing was developed by this association of psychologists, it is typically used for social science papers, but it has been modified for use in a variety of other topics related to academic writing. -A title page. Astrid, Katie, Sequoia, and Connor -An abstract. -A reference page. Every APA essay has: Language Your writing should be clear, condensed and plain. Sum up everything in small amounts of spaces. Be descriptive and limit your figurative language. Formatting Double-spaced, 12 point font and preferably Times New Roman. Do not indent abstract. Header and pages numbers on each page. 4 sections: -Title Page -Abstract -Main Body -References Give credit for ideas and quotes NOTE: If you use a source and state direct evidence or quotes you must provide an in-text citation. You must:
~Introduce your quotes
~Provide, in parenthesis, Author's Last name, the date of publication, and if available, the page number
~ (Last Name, Year, p. Number). Other Rules Capitalization:
The only the first word of a title and subtitle
The first word after a colon or dash in the title
All major words in journal titles
Last page of the essay
Title: "References" is centered, same size font, no bold, italic, or underline
First line of each entry is flush to the left, if the entry goes down to a second line indent that line Exactly how to write it:
Authors name: Coyle, R.
Date published: (January 1st, 2000).
Webpage's title: iTech.
Website's title: In English Class.
Date accessed: Retrieved November 20th, 2012,
URL: from beckycoylesenglishclass.com. TA DA! Coyle, R. (January 1st, 2000). iTech.
In English Class. Retrieved
November 20th, 2012, from
beckycoylesenglishclass.com. Retrieved from http://citationmachine.net/index2.php?reqstyleid=2&newstyle=2&stylebox=2 Warlick, D. (2000). Apa 6th edition. Angeli, E. (2011, November 16). Purdue online writing lab. Retrieved from http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/05/