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Compile a Bibliography using the list below and the information in Chapter Two in The Writing Guide. Put the entries into proper order and form. (book with two authors) 1. A book titled Naturalistic Inquiry , published in 1995 by Sage, located in Newbury Park, California. The authors are Yvonna S. Lincoln and Egon G. Cuba. (magazine article) 2. An unsigned article entitled “History for the Future” that appeared in the January 2002 issue of Cobblestone magazine (volume 1). The article appeared on pages 16-17. (web article with author) 3. A World Wide Web site which you accessed on April 30, 2005. The site is called “K-12 History Internet Guide” and was first published on April 20, 2002 by Susan Patterson
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Unformatted text preview: and Linda Swanson. The URL is http://www.xs4all.nl/~swanson/history/index.html (interview) 4. An interview you conducted on April 28, 2005 with Richard Walker, a middle school history teacher. (journal article from database) 5. An article “History Comes Alive” by Joseph Sullivan from a scholarly journal The History Professor , published in March 1999 (Volume 40). The article is found on pages 23-27 and you found it in an electronic database called ProQuest on May 12, 2005. (newspaper article with author) 6. A newspaper article by Jean Dressy that appeared in the Boston Globe on June 5, 2003. The article was titled “At the Children’s Museum, How History Happens.”...
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