A 2-page chart (blank) for students and a 2-page chart (filled in) for teachers or to copy for students to use as they write essays and cite their sources.
I've taken the 12 most common sources for my students and summarized how they are cited according to the MLA. This includes books (printed and digital), online articles, blogs, YouTube videos, and reference books. Each comes with a summary of what is required, examples, and footnoted exceptions or what-ifs.
Because the MLA frequently updates these requirements, I will try and keep up with these changes through TPT.
*NOTE: As an English teacher, I follow MLA whenever possible. However, I have asked my students to cite the website based on the site's URL instead of its actual site. (This means, instead of citing an article from the CNN website as Central News Network, I have my students write www.cnn.com.) I do this because the MLA recently ruled that URLs are no longer required parts of a citation, as they are frequently changing, but I as teacher still want to know where the sources came from. I have retained this change in my handouts.