MLA Style - Pages

MLA Style - Pages

APA Style academic credibility/honesty Cawthra Park S. S. (sept 2008) What is APA Style Specifications for essays Provides specifics for the layout Provides specifics for citing other resources Cawthra Park S. S. (sept 2008) Why Cite

Academic Honesty Give credit to those who earned it Give credibility to your paper If you dont cite, you are plagiarising Plagiarising is cheating Cawthra Park S. S. (sept 2008) Cawthra's Plagiarism Policy Zero for the paper Parents are informed Note put in student record

Cawthra Park S. S. (sept 2008) A Typical Paper 1"/2.5cm margins double spaced 12 point font Times New Roman every paragraph is

indented 1.3cm/.5 Cawthra Park S. S. (sept 2008) A Typical Paper (contd) Cawthra Park S. S. (sept 2008) Note: Page 4, with subheading Solutions not shown. 1 Step for Citing st

Entry for every resource used in the essay Double spaced Title is References" New page Hanging indent used so second and subsequent lines are pushed in Very specific rules for each resource Alphabetical order by first item

Cawthra Park S. S. (sept 2008) 2 Step for Citing nd Place embedded citations throughout your essay wherever you use someone else's work Cawthra Park S. S. (sept 2008) The Tricky Part

Formatting the citations Citations are different for every type of resource Follow the formats and examples for the types of materials you are using Use the Source It print guide Use Source It online (site at school only)

www.cawthrapark.com under library Cawthra Park S. S. (sept 2008) References: Guiding Principles Give as much information as possible Make sure your teacher can acquire the resource If something is missing, leave it out Cite every resource you use DO NOT cite wikis Use reliable sources only Cawthra Park S. S. (sept 2008)

References Basic Rules Berg, F. M. (2001). Children and teens afraid to eat: Helping youth in todays weightobsessed world. Hettinger, ND: Healthy Weight Network. Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (Producer). (2007, April). Fashion and the dangerously thin. On CBC TV news in review April 2007 [DVD]. Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Producer. Fenlon, B. (2007, March 28). Child-obesity epidemic spurs call for trans-fat ban. Globe & Mail. Retrieved May 27, 2007, from Infotrac database Peel Public Health. (2007). Healthy body

image: What is body image? Retrieved May 25, 2007, from http://www.region.peel.on.ca/health/ commhlth/bodyimg/bintro.htm Author is first unless

there is no author Titles are in italics Date is second piece of info, in brackets Indent the second and subsequent lines Place in alphabetical order Cawthra Park S. S. (sept 2008) Embedded Citation

Check details in "Source It." Include one for every resource. Place it in brackets. Provide the first piece of information from the References page Provide the page number if available. Provide the date (Fenlon, March 28, 2007, p.A1) (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, April 2007) (Peel

Public Health, 2007) (Berg, 2001, p.18) Cawthra Park S. S. (sept 2008) Try One What is the References entry for this? What is the embedded citation for it? Cawthra Park S. S. (sept 2008) Exercise 1 1. Using the books on the table, create the References page for the

items on the strips of paper provided. When finished put them in the correct order and show the librarian. 2. Show the embedded citations for each. Cawthra Park S. S. (sept 2008) Setting up for APA in Word

Go to the computers and logon Run the APA clip to review Word setup Retrieve the APA exercise from www. cawthrapark.com>libr ary>Use It Format and correct the document. Cawthra Park S. S. (sept 2008)

Test your knowledge APA Quiz Cawthra Park S. S. (sept 2008)

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