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- Here's everything you need to give students practice and confidence in the technical aspects of research that are often their biggest stumbling blocks: creating a works cited and using parenthetical citation ( in-text citation ).These four resources offer step-by-step guidance, extra practice, and$9.90$12.50Save $2.60
Give your students an instant research tool! This foldable handout and one-page "cheat sheet" will help your students use in-text citation correctly! This follows the latest 9th Edition MLA format.
Your students will appreciate a compact resource that provides the basics for parenthetical citation questions middle and high school students are most likely to encounter.
You will receive two formats for the cheat sheet: a foldable that creates a little book and a one-pager. The information on both is the same -- you can choose the format that works best for your students!
This resource covers:
♦ correct use of in-text citations
♦ embedding quotes
♦ avoiding plagiarism
♦ direct quotes, paraphrase, or summary?
♦ using an ellipsis
♦ common knowledge
♦ tips for what to do when you feel like you are citing everything
Easy reference that can be tucked into a folder or shared in your digital classroom.
You'll love providing this resource to your students:
♥ compact and concise
♥ easy, easy reference tool that gives your students what they need while they are writing!
♥ reinforces the skills you've already taught
♥ students can use this all year long!
Looking for other resources to help you teach research writing? Here's another little cheat sheet for creating a works-cited list: MLA "Cheat Sheet" Foldable Resource for Works Cited
For more detailed step-by-step help, you might be interested in Bundle: Creating a Works Cited Page & Parenthetical Citation
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