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Grade 1 Circle Stories
Birds and Bats
Dewey Decimal System
Citation forms for the State Report
Grade 4 Explorer Glogs
Websites to Evaluate
Grades 6 & 7
Cite Your Sources
About the SSDS Citation Guide
What does Works Cited mean? and other questions
Grade 4: Cite Sources
Grade 4: Make a Works Cited Page
Grade 5: Cite Sources
Grade 5: Make a Works Cited Page
Grades 6-8: Cite Sources
Fun! Sort of...
Evaluate a Website
100th Day of School
How to make a Works Cited page:
A Works Cited page tells where you got your information.
Name of the author.
Title of the book (underlined.)
Date book was published.
Joanna Cole. The Magic Schoolbus, Lost in the Solar System
article from iCONN:
The title of the article.
Full title of of the original source(underlined.) (The original source is usually an encyclopedia or magazine, and is usually printed at the beginning or end of articles found on iCONN.)
Example: "Panda." Compton's Living Encyclopedia
Nov. 23, 2012. iCONN.
For an article from a print
The subject you looked up, in quotation marks.
Full title of encyclopedia, underlined .
Example:"Jaguar." International Wildlife Encyclopedia
article from the Internet:
Title of the article (webpage), in quotes.
Date you visited (see the examples).
First part of the website address.
"Cheetah." Nov. 23, 2112. www.primenet.com/.
"Factoids: Polar Bears." Jan. 23,1998. <http://www.enn.com/>.
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