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1 How to Make Source Cards and Note Cards Its really not that difficult!!!!

2 What is a Source Card? A Source Card contains the same material that will go into your bibliography or works cited. The form is the same as in the bibliography. All Source Cards should be numbered. For Example, Source #1, Source #2, etc. Source Cards do NOT contain details or information from the source.

3 Example of what goes on a Source Card (from a book) Author(s) Last Name, First Name. Title of Book. Place of Publication: Publisher, Year of Publication.

4 An actual Source Card Source #1 Stockett, Kathryn. The Help. New York: The Berkley Publishing Group, 2009.

5 Example of a Note Card (Paraphrase) Source #1 (Main Point) Characters introduced Aibileen is a black maid who works for Miss Leefolt, and the first chapter tells of how Miss Leefolt leaves the raising of her baby to Aibileen. Aibileen knows everyone in the town of Jackson, MS, and this chapter introduces them to the reader. Aibileen tells how she lovingly interacts with the baby, Mae Mobley, and how the mother just ignores her. Paraphrase p

6 Example of a Note Card (Quote) Source #1 Book Beginnings Aibileen says she hears the white women talking during a card game. After the card game, Miss Skeeter who is going to write a book asked Aibileen, Do you ever wish you could…change things? This question started the entire book about the maids in Jackson. Direct Quote p. 8

7 Source Cards vs Note Cards Each source card should be numbered and the note cards that are associated with that source should have the same number at the top right hand corner. Each note card should have a Topic at the top. For example: Early Life, or Conflicts Brewing in the South, etc. Each note card should have the word Paraphrase or Direct Quote at the bottom. Each note card should have a page number at the bottom.

8 Look again at what the Source Cards and Note Cards have.

9 An actual Source Card Source #1 Stockett, Kathryn. The Help. New York: The Berkley Publishing Group, 2009.

10 Look at what Note Cards should have

11 Example of a Note Card (Quote) Source #1 Book Beginnings Aibileen says she hears the white women talking during a card game. After the card game, Miss Skeeter who is going to write a book asked Aibileen, Do you ever wish you could…change things? This question started the entire book about the maids in Jackson. Direct Quote p. 8

12 Lets do another source: An online magazine article

13 Online Magazine Article Please know that a magazine article that is online is STILL considered a magazine article, not a website.

14 Online Magazine Source Source #2 Author (if present). Name of Article. Magazine Name. Date of Access. Date of Publication. Website address. (Note that the dates are written with the Day/ Month/Year 3 Sept

15 Online Magazine Source Source #2 Marshall, Leon. Mandela in Retirement: Peacemaker without Rest. National Geographic. 9Feb Mar news/2001/02/0209_mandela.html.

16 Encyclopedia Source #3 Article. Volume or Reference #. Encyclopedia Name. Year.

17 Encyclopedia (not online) Source #3 Lance Armstrong. Vol. 2 Encyclopedia Britannica

18 Encyclopedia (online) Source #4 Article. Volume #. Encyclopedia Name. Year of Encyclopedia. Date of Access. Web Address.

19 Encyclopedia (online) Source #4 The Battle of Shiloh. Vol. 6 American Biographies Jan. 2013


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