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MLA Citations 5th Grade (adapted)
Transcript of MLA Citations 5th Grade (adapted)
SHOULD someone steal an idea?
Can someone BORROW an idea?
What are some rules you might want to have for using someone’s ideas? What is stealing? What can be stolen? First, a few key words... Source
Any place you go to find information
(A book, a website, a magazine, even a person!) Research
Looking for information Why must we cite sources that we use to find information? [Hint: This is your essential question!] Citation: Information about a source that lets other people identify and find that source Bibliography (Works Cited): A list of citations So what are we looking for? Title Author Publisher Place of Publication Date of Publication Full name of the source Who wrote the source Company that printed the source Where the source was printed The year the source was printed Where can I find these? Cover Title Page Copyright page Now you try it... An American
Plague An American Plague: The True and Terrifying Story of the Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1793 Murphy, Jim New York, NY Clarion 2003 You've got it! So now...to summarize...
let's look at our Essential Question again! Modern
Association Need Help?
Online Citation Tools... R.O.C.K! Some of Mrs. Futch's Favorites
citation tools... http://citationmachine.net http://bibme.org