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Plagiarism: Citing Sources to Avoid Plagiarism

Plagiarism: Citing Sources to Avoid Plagiarism

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Tutorial

Citing Sources

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Quiz

Complete the following quiz

Creating Citations for a Works Cited Page

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Works Cited Assignment

Go to the media center page and click the link for the Galileo or any other database.  Find two articles about Zora Neale Hurston or Their Eyes Were Watching God.  Using Microsoft Word or Open Office, create a Works Cited page with citations for these two sources.  

Your citations must be properly formatted.  Go to my class webpage and click on the page entitled Media and Digital Content.  There you will find videos with step-by-step instructions on how to set up your page.  

When you have finished, turn it in on Edmodo in the After School Tutorial page (group code 0h6u31).  Submit under the assignment entitled "Works Cited."