Use the resources below to find information that will help you learn more about the historical event you have chosen!
Citing a World Book Article
If you use information from World Book Student, cite the article by scrolling to the bottom of the page. Write the MLA citation on your graphic organizer.
Citing a Website
If you use information or images from a website, use the following format to cite:
Last name, First name of author (if given). "Article Title in Quotation Marks." Title of Website in Italics. Website Publisher. Web. Date Month Year you accessed the website.
"Battles of Lexington and Concord." History.com. A&E Networks. Web. 19 January 2018.
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Citing a Book
If you use a book in print to get information for your narrative poem project, follow the MLA format below to cite it. Write the citation on your graphic organizer. Make sure you use the punctuation marks as indicated below. Also, double-check spelling and capitalization.
Author's Last name, First name. Title of Book in Italics. City where the book was published: The name of the publisher, Year of publication.
Richmond, Perle. Phillis Wheatley. New York: Chelsea House Publishers, 1988.
Citing a Magazine
If you use information from a magazine use the format below to cite it on your Works Cited page:
Last name, First name of the author of the article. "Article Title in Quotation Marks." Magazine Title in Italics. Day (if given) Month Year the magazine was published: Page(s). Print.
Currie, Stephen. "Lexington and Concord." Cobblestone. May/June 2010: 9-10. Print.