Reflection: Online Resources Next Day Creating a Bibliography: Reorganizing Information - Section 3: Closing


There are so many online resources to help students create bibliographies, that is, if your students have access to technology. 

For 4th grade students who haven't had much time to record their sources, I try not to overwhelm them with the particular styles such as MLA or APA. However, I still want them to be introduced to the as accurate a way as possible.

Although we might prefer students to find information in places other than Wikipedia, the good thing is that they have a link on the left hand side of the screen, next to the article being viewed, that can produced the citation to be copied and pasted elsewhere. There are also websites that allow students to type in the information they have for specific categories and then the program will reformat the information. Those can also be helpful. 

  Just Google It - There are Many Online Resources
  Online Resources: Just Google It - There are Many Online Resources
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Next Day Creating a Bibliography: Reorganizing Information

Unit 3: World Culture Research Project
Lesson 10 of 13

Objective: SWBAT correctly organize information for a bibliography.

Big Idea: Students have collected citation information, now they reformat it to present it as a bibliography.

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