2Contains all of the following: Bibliography cardsContains all of the following:A bibliographic entryAuthor, title, date and place of publication, pages where foundA source noteWhere you found the sourceA source numberAn assigned number that you give your sources
3Example Bibliography Card #1 Book (author, title (underlined), publication site, publisher, date of publication, location)1Blumberg, Rhoda. Why the Worldis Important. New York:Harper Collins, 2004.Cibola High School Library
4Example Bibliography Card #2 Internet site (title of article (in quotes).organization (underlined), date ofpublication. date of access, web address, location)2“Understanding the Environment.”Mayo Foundation forEnvironmental Research4 Dec3 March 2009,<http:www.mayoclinic.com/index>.Cibola High School
5Example Bibliography Card #3 Magazine/Newspaper (author’s name, title of article (in quotes), name of periodical (underlined), date of publication, pages, location)3Gutrel, Fred. “Misson to Save Earth.” Discover Apr. 2004:AWC Library
6Example Bibliography Card #4 Database [exp. SIRS] (author’s name, title ofarticle (in quotes), title of source (underlined), date of publication, pages, name of database,date of access, location where found)4Major, David. “We’re on Our Own.” Time Magazine, Apr. 2008: SIRS – Apr. 7, 2009.AWC Library
7Note Cards Kinds of notes Summary Paraphrase Direct Quotation Record general ideas of several paragraphs and summarize in your own wordsParaphraseRestate particular ideas or pieces of information from a small section in your own wordsDirect QuotationFor a passage that is particularly significant or well-stated, quote it word for word in quotation marks!!!
8Note Cards (cont.) Include: Topic in upper left hand corner Author and title of source (underlined) in upper right hand cornerPage numbers on which information was found in lower right hand cornerTaking Notes Sorneson, The Research PaperPut only one idea or fact on each card. If you run out of room, turn it over; don’t make a new card.Pg. 62
9Choose What Ideas to Record Know in advance what you are looking for!!!!Locate and become aware of the range of thinking and opinions on the topicWrite down the general idea of the sourceDon’t just record “what” information…record “how” and “why” informationChoose facts that relate commonly-known information as well as information that is specific to that article.
10AssignmentWrite a bibliography card for the source given to you and at least 5 note cards.Make sure that you write them in the proper manner (include all information and proper punctuation)You must have at least one of each kind of note card