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MLA citation and Terms study guide

by: Maaike Gros

MLA citation and Terms study guide Phil 110

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This study guide covers: MLA citation intext citations How to create a works cited page
Critical Thinking
Joseph Osei
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works, cited, page, MLA, citation, Book, magazing, journal, Anthology, Newspaper, intext, braquets, elipses
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Date Created: 09/07/16
English 110 Study Guide 1. What are the stages of the writing process? 2. What is recursive in regards to the writing process? 3. What are the two types of revisions? 4. What does global revision include? 5. What does local revisions include? 6. What is the passive voice? 7. What are the to be verbs? 8. Underline the passive voice in this statement: “In prospective students, sample groups are identified by the input or suspected contributing factors and not the outcome.” 9. Where does the works cited page go? 10. How do you list authors names in a works cited? 11. How do you cite when an author has more than one works? 12. What is the basic book format for citing? 13. How do you cite a book with two authors? 14. How do you cite a book with three or more authors? 15. How do you cite an anthology or collection? 16. How do you cite a scholarly journal? 17. How do you cite a magazine article? 18. How do you cite a newspaper article? 19. What do you italicize in a works cited? 20. What do you bold in a works cited? 21. What is a primary source? 22. What is a secondary source? 23. How do you write pattern 1 of intext citations? 24. How do you write pattern 2 of intext citations? 25. How do you write pattern 3 of intext citations? 26. Why do you add braquets to an intext citation? 27. Why do you add ellipses to an intext citation? 28. Cite this book: Title: A day with Harley Author: Sally Rider and Jacob Marks Publisher: Arizona Day Press Publication Date: 2005 29. Cite this Anthology Essay: A Brief Overview of Summer Author: Dan Oscar Sandusky Editor: Jean Fields Essay pages: 58-60 Collection: Cage Productions of the year Year published: 1999 Publisher: Arizona Day Press Answers 1. Prewiting, writing/revising, rewriting 2. It means that you can go throughout the different phrases. Back and forth. 3. Global and local 4. Where you revise the paper as a whole. Paragraphs 5. Where you revise at the sentence level, the grammar and wording 6. The subject is the object of the action. 7. Am, are, is, was, were. With the following word ending in –ed. 8. “In prospective students, sample groups are identified by the input or suspected contributing factors and not the outcome.” 9. At the end of the paper on a separate sheet. 10. Alphabetically by last name 11. Last name, first name. Title A. ---Title B. 12. Last name, first name. Title of the Book. Publisher, Publication date. 13. List in the order they are given on the book. Last name, first name, and last name, first name. 14. Last name, first name et al. 15. Last name, first name. “Title of Essay.” Title of Collection, Edited by name of editor(s), Publisher, Publication year, Page range of entry. 16. Authors name. “Title of work.” Name of Journal, vol. #, no. issue #, year published, Pages of work. 17. Author(s). “Title of Article.” Name of Magazine, Publication (day month year), pages. 18. Author(s). “Title of Article.” Name of Newspaper, Publication (day month year), pages. 19. Books, plays, newspaper, etc. 20. Short story, poem, article, essays, etc. 21. The original source. Plays, poems, novels, etc. 22. Critical and historical accounts of the original source. 23. Brief lead in, “quote (pg. #). 24. Lead in is a complete sentence: “quote is also a complete sentence” (pg. #). 25. You weave the “quote” into your sentence (pg. #). 26. Rider, Sally, and Marks, Jacob. A Day With Harley, Arizona Day Press, 2005. 27. . Sandusky, Dan Oscar. “A Brief Overview of Summer.” Cage Productions of the Year, Edited by Jean Fields, Arizona Day Press, 1999, 58­60.


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