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    MLA Citation Style


    WHAT is a WORKS CITED list? 

    When you use information that you found in a book, a newspaper article or on
    a web site or database, you must give credit to the author(s) for the ideas.

    HOW important is the WORKS CITED list?

    Citing your sources in a bibliography/works cited page shows respect for
    other people's intellectual property. Intellectual property is the basic
    right of all people to own their own thoughts and ideas.

    HOW do I create a WORKS CITED list?

    Every source (book, magazine, encyclopedia, newspaper, web site, database)
    has information that identifies it as being different from every other
    source. That includes the author's name, the title, page numbers, and other
    similar details.

    IMPORTANT RULES TO REMEMBER Modern Language Association style

    Prepared by Mrs. Basuljevic – November 2016

            How to create a bibliography or works cited page MLA (Modern Language Association) Style:

    o     Under the MLA heading center the title Works Cited

    o     Arrange source cards in alphabetical order by author's last name.

    o     If no author, alphabetize by title. Ignore a, an, and the when alphabetizing by title.

    o     Punctuation marks are important. Be sure to use commas, italics, colons, quotations

                                    and periods as indicated on your source card

    o     The second and following lines of each entry should be indented

    o     Double space entire page. Times New Roman font. 12 pt.


                                                                      Sample Works Cited page:







                             Date (Day Month Year)                                       

                                                                                                              Works Cited


                                    “Adam Levine.” Maroon Five Fanpage. Random House Publishing. January 2000.  www.maroon5fanpage.com. 3  July 2016.  


                                      Smith, Kenneth T. Ten Terrific Authors for Teens. Enslow Publishers, 2000. 


                                     “T.A. Barron.” Cyclopedia of Young Adult Authors. Ed. Abelove, Joan and Esther Forbes. 3 Vols.

               Salem Press, Inc., 2015. 

                                        BELOW ARE SAMPLE CITATIONS FOR THE MOST COMMONLY USED SOURCES:   


                                  BOOK:  Author (Last name, First name). Title. Publisher, Copyright Date. 


                                             SAMPLE      Paulsen, Gary. Guts.  Delacorte, 2001. 


                                  REFERENCE BOOK:    Author’s name (last, first). “Title of Article.” Title of Reference Book.


                                                                                        Editor’s name - if given (Ed. last, first). Edition (ed.) # of  volumes


                                                                           (Vols.). Publisher, Year of Publication. 

                                         SAMPLE          Harriman, Stan. “Knights.”  Medieval Times Encyclopedia. Ed. Baran,


                                                                                              Edward. 8 Vols. Wilson, 2008. 


                                    WEBSITE:    Last Name, First Name Middle Name. "Specific Page or Article Title."  Name of


                                                                   Website. Publisher, Date of Publication. URL. Date You Viewed It.


                           SAMPLE    Potter, Harry. “Life at Azkaban.” Wizards R Us. Magic Publishing, 10 Nov 2000. www.harrypotterlife.com. 12 July 2016.                           


    Image from a Search Engine: Last, First M. Title of Work. Digital Image. Website Title. Website Publisher, Date Month Year

                                                                                  Published. URL. Date Month Year Accessed.