This classroom-tested, interactive, hands-on, game-like activity is excellent for reinforcing MLA external works cited entries for the 8th edition. It is a skills-building practice activity to get students ready to cite their own sources in MLA format.
Following a unit on MLA, just to brush up skills, or as a simple time-filler, these MLA mini puzzles will get your students’ brains and hands active in a meaningful way. These would be perfect in learning stations, centers, and more.
Students can try to solve them all or just a few! Race against the clock or each other to make them even more game-like.
Everything is done for you! It is a print and go activity! All answers and suggestions for use are included!! Citations reflect the new 8th edition MLA changes.
I've even included QR codes for students to check their own answers for a little technology incorporation!
This activity would be the perfect companion to my Complete MLA teaching guide
. And...If you think these mini puzzles are cool, you might want to take a look at my full-size, human MLA puzzles
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