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MLA Basics Student Print

MLA Basics Student Print - Titles Underlining vs Quotation...

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Titles: Underlining vs. Quotation Marks Underline These Titles books newspapers films journals magazines plays “Put These Titles in Quotation Marks” short stories newspaper articles magazine articles journal articles critical essays television shows poems legends myths fables
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Referring to Outside Sources 1. introduce readers to the source you’re analyzing include article’s full title include author’s full name double check spelling & punctuation Ex: In “The Shawl,” author Cynthia Ozick highlights the unique experiences of women in the Holocaust. Ex: In “The Ignored Lesson of Anne Frank,” psychologist Bruno Bettelheim explains…
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Referring to Outside Sources 1. when introducing the source, explain why the author has authority (even if you don’t agree with it) Ex: In “The Shawl,” author Cynthia Ozick highlights the unique experiences of women in the Holocaust. Ex: In “The Ignored Lesson of Anne Frank,” psychologist Bruno Bettelheim explains…
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Referring to Outside Sources 1. after introducing the source, refer to it by its author’s last name only Ex: Young claims that we routinely rely on the processes of comparison to understand the world around us.
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