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Her birthday was the fourth of July, 1898. (Hauger, 19) (www.hauger.com)www.hauger.com (Student Resource Center Silver, 6) (Philadelphia Inquirer, 26)
Book Author’s name. Title of the book. Publication information. Example Smith, James. Chinese Traditional Medicine. New York: Oxford University Press, 1994. in text citation –(Smith 192) Magazine article Example Armstrong, Larry. “The Learning Revolution.” Business Week 28 Feb. 2004: 80-89.“The Decade of the Spy.” Newsweek 7 Mar. 2002: 66-70. In text citation –(Armstrong 222) Article in a Reference Book (encyclopedia, dictionary) Example Mohanty, Kitendra M. “Indian Philosophy.” The Encyclopedia Britannica. 1999 ed. : 125-27.
Paper Heading 1 inch from top of paper-left side (double space) Jane Coraopolis Mrs. Hauger World Civilizations II April 18, 2008 MORE………….
Right Side, 1/2 In. down and on each subsequent page Coraopolis 1 Margins should be 1 inch all around
Electronic/Online Sources World Wide Web (Google, Yahoo and General Web site) Format Author (if known). Title of Page or Document.” Title of the Site or Larger work. Date of electronic publication, last update, or date of posting. Name of any associated institution. http://address/filename. http://address/filename If there is an author, same as book. Smith, George, “Science and the World Wide Web.” 8 June 2000.Southville High School Website. 3 Oct. 2000. http://www.fred.net/nhhs/html3/article3.htm
World Book Online Format Author: “Title of Article. Title of Reference Work. Edition or version (if available).Date of electronic publication. Title of Database or Online Service. Name of Providing Library, Date of access. http://address/filename Example: Cook, Sara. “Berlin, Germany.” WorldBook Online. Abington Senior High Lib. 25 Mar. 1999. Grolier Online. 28 Feb. 2005.
American History, World History, World Geography on ABC-Clio Format Author. “Article Title.” Specific Database on Larger Database. Publishing Company. Name of Providing Library. Date of access.. Example: Roberts, Stanley. “Thomas Jefferson.” American History on ABC-Clio. ABC-Clio. Abington Senior High School Library. 28 March 2005. www.americanhistory.abc-clio.com
DO –USE CONSISTENT VERB TENSE –DATE EVENTS –PROOF READ –FOR LONG QUOTE, INDENT AND SINGLE SPACE
Don’t FORGET ABOUT PARAGRAPHS USE SUB-TITLES THROUGHOUT THE PAPER USE “I” MAKE EDITORIAL COMMENTS CITE IN THE FIRST PARAGRAPH (SOME EXCEPTIONS, LIKE A QUOTE)