Works Cited 101: MLA Style Citation Format | How to Cite Your Sources (Ages 13-18)
Students will learn how to format a Works Cited page using MLA style (9th, newest edition, as of April 2021!)—the first style guide most young writers are introduced to for citing their sources for class essays and papers.
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Students will learn how to format a Works Cited page for their academic papers using Modern Language Association (MLA) style, updated in April 2021. We will discuss plagiarism and the importance of citing one's research sources when writing. We'll talk about primary vs. secondary sources, and finally, we will go over how to format citations for the most commonly used source types: books, periodicals like newspapers or magazines, and electronic sources including anything from the internet, as...
Students will learn how to format an MLA Works Cited page in accordance with the newest, 9th edition (published April 2021) of the MLA Handbook. This class addresses the Common Core Standards, English Language Arts (ELA) Standards for Language for grades 9-10.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
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MLA Handbook. 9th ed., The Modern Language Association of America, 2021.
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