Today we will: • Finish looking at MLA formattingfor Works Cited pages; • Continue our research and drafting process for feeder 1.2.
Works Cited Page • Your paper is incomplete unless it has both in-text citations and bibliographic citations. • All entries in the Works Cited page must correspond to the works cited in the main text. • Always start a new page for the Works Cited page.
MLA Citation: Journal Article Correct Citation:
MLA Citation: Internet Sources Correct Citation:
MLA Finetuning Exercise Mack, Kristin. "The Effects of Early Parental Death on Sibling Relationships in Later Life." Omega: Journal of Death and Dying Vol. 49.3 (2004): 131-148. Web. 14 Jan. 2011 <http://search.proquest.com/docview/57201307?accountid=14244>. Fowkes, Katherine A. The Fantasy Film. Chichester, U.K. ;: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010. Print. McKenzie, Susan. "Queering gender: anima/animus and the paradigm of emergence." Journal of Analytical Psychology 51.3 (2006): 401-421. Academic Search Premier. EBSCO. Web. 19 Jan. 2011. Walton, Theresa A, Helstein, Michelle T. Triumph of Backlash: Wrestling Community and the "Problem" of TitleIX. Sociology of Sport Journal; Sep2008, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p369-386, 18p. Academic Search Premier. January 20, 2011.
Independent Work Determine your own progress so far: 1. You are NOT satisfied with your sources yet: Continue looking for new sources and consult with your group members. Make sure you leave this room today with at least three sources from which to draw for you feeder 1.2! OR 2. You ARE satisfied with your sources: Create a Works Cited page for your feeder 1.2. Use the link on our website (“MLA Format”) or chapter 44 in the textbook if you get stuck. OR 3. You already HAVE a Works Cited page:Either work on your outline for feeder 1.2 or continue revising your draft. Determine what kind of information should appear in the introduction, the main body of the text, and the conclusion. What sub-points will you address and in what order?
Homework for Friday 1. Draft the second version of feeder 1.2 andemail it to me by Friday morning, 9am. • Writing workshop in class on Wednesday. • Deadline for final submission Monday, Sep. 19th • Office hours (MW 10-11:30 @ Greenlaw 314) if you need more guidance; also contact Kim Vasiliadis, the research librarian. 2. Finish reading chapter 3on Argument in How to Write Anything (pp. 68-100).