Reflection: Notes on MLA Formatting - Section 1: Anticipatory Set


When developing this conceptual understanding of a very structured format, the students benefit from seeing the entire process. When they can see the actual page that a piece of information came from, it helps them to better grasp it and connect it to their own future efforts with it independently.

  Why Use Real Examples?
  Why Use Real Examples?
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Notes on MLA Formatting

Unit 11: Argument Writing
Lesson 6 of 9

Objective: Students will take notes and practice with the formatting features of the Modern Language Association in preparation for their position essays.

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