Presentation on theme: "At Lilburn Elementary CITING YOUR WORK. IMAGINE THIS A guy spends 10 years of his life researching anti-gravity. He publishes a couple papers at a college."— Presentation transcript:
LET’S DISSECT “BIBLIOGRAPHY” The root word “graph” means “to write” in Greek. Biblio-GRAPH-y But wait, if you speak Spanish, you are in luck!
What is a bibliotheca? Yes, a library So, biblio—graphy = to write about your library!
NOT TO BE CONFUSED WITH: Biography – bio-graph-y “bio” means life in Greek “graph” means to write To write about life. All biographies are about real people who lived.
WHAT SHOULD IT LOOK LIKE? Here’s an easy cheat code for a bibliography: Think of a Title Page of a book. Everything on the title page of a book should be in a bibliography – even the copyright date on the back (except the illustrator -- nobody cares about the illustrator. )
HERE’S AN EXAMPLE Campbell, Lisa, My Life on Mars. Atlanta: Apple Valley Publishing, 2013. Now think of a title page – voila!
Campbell, Lisa, My Life on Mars. Atlanta: Apple Valley Publishing, 2013. authortitle publishercopyright Where it was published
ASK FOR A BIBLIOGRAPHY SHEET FROM ANYONE IN THE MEDIA CENTER.