Reflection: Student Ownership Citing Your Sources: Giving Credit Where Credit Is Due - Section 4: Pairs Practice and Reporting Back

 
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Citing Your Sources: Giving Credit Where Credit Is Due

Unit 4: Persuasive Writing: Research and Rhetorical Skills
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Objective: SWBAT cite sources that provide valid reasoning and evidence by using the Modern Language Association citation format.

Big Idea: Citations, MLA Style! An argument, no matter how well written, is meaningless without support.

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