This foldable handout will help your students create an error-free Works Cited page that follows the latest MLA format.
Students who have never created a works cited page can easily become overwhelmed by all the details, so this one-page foldable will help them cite resources that middle school and high school students commonly use:
♦ online resources
♦ encyclopedia/dictionary entries
♦ personal interviews
♦ works with multiple authors
There is space for notes, and students can unfold the entire booklet and record notes on the back. Easy reference that can be tucked into a folder.
This resource includes:
♦ foldable handout for the 8th edition
♦ foldable handout for the 7th edition -- in case you need it or your school is allowing you to choose which edition to use this year.
Love this resource because:
♥ provides students with an instant resource
♥ easy student reference -- students can look it up on their own
♥ print, fold, and use
♥ use a tape "hinge" to anchor in your interactive notebook
Looking for other resources to help you teach research writing?
Here's a cheat sheet for using parenthetical citation: MLA "Cheat Sheet" Foldable Resource for Parenthetical Citation
For more detailed lessons, How to Create a Works Cited Page: Step-by-Step Help for Students
, "Parenthetical Citation: Step-by-Step Help for Students
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