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Formatting works cited cards for student research

Formatting Works Cited Cardsfor StudentResearch

Adapted from Mr. Aitcheson’s

Making WC Cards

Taking notes from sources

Research

Finding Valid Sources


Answers works cited card coding

Answers -Works Cited Card Coding

PLEASE NOTE:

  • Book titles are italicized because this is typed. You should underline titles on your cards but remember to change it to italics when you type the title.

  • Newspaper headlines, articles and short stories are always put in quotation marks


Examples of wc cards in mla required formats

Examples of WC Cards in MLA Required formats

A Guide to a Good Life Happiness Aristotle for the New Century

Vanier, Jean.

A Guide to a Good Life Happiness: Aristotle for the NEW CENTURY.

Trans. Kathryn Spink.

New York:

Arcade Publishing,

2001.

Vanier, Jean. A Guide to A Good Life Happiness: Aristotle for the NEW CENTURY. Trans. Kathryn Spink. New York: Arcade Publishing, 2001. Print.

(Vanier 1).

AUTHOR’S LAST NAME, FIRST NAME.

BOOK TITLE

TRANS. = TRANSLATOR; name order is standard

CITY OF PUBLICATION – Nearest to our location!

PUBLISHING COMPANY

WORKS CITED PAGE ENTRY!.

DATE OF PUBLICATION.

PARENTHETICAL CITATION FOR SOURCE


Book two authors

Book—Two Authors

The Happiness Mystique

Allenwood, Jennifer and Bobby McKirtrick.

The Happiness Mystique.

Philadelphia:

Friendship Press,

1998.

Allenwood, Jennifer and Bobby McKirtrick. The Happiness Mystique. Philadelphia:

Friendship Press, 1998. Print.

TOPIC: Happiness as mystery(Allenwood and McKirtrick 1).

Note: Only the first author’s name is reversed!

Book – Two Authors!


Other examples of wc entries chapter in a book

Other Examples of WC Entries: Chapter in a Book

“Christian Church Perspectives”

Taylor, Richard H.

“Christian Church Perspectives.”

Theology and Identity.

eds. Daniel L. Johnson and Charles Hambrick-Stowe.

Cleveland:

UC Press,

1990.

29-38.

Taylor, Richard H. “Christian Church Perspectives.” Theology and Identity. eds.Daniel L.

Johnson and Charles Hambrick-Stowe. Cleveland: UC Press, 1990. 29-38. Print.

TOPIC: Church Perspectives (Taylor 29).

Author of Chapter!

Chapter title in quotation marks!

Book Title (Italics)

Editors of the Book!

Total of chapter pages!

Chapter in a Book!


Other examples of wc entries short story in a book

Other Examples of WC Entries: Short Story in a Book

“The Emperor’s New Clothes”

Anderson, Hans Christian.

“The Emperor’s New Clothes.”

Anthology of Children’s Literature: Third Edition.

eds. Edna Johnson, et.al.

Boston:

Riverside Press Cambridge,

1959.

Anderson, Hans Christian. “The Emperor’s New Clothes.” Anthology of Children’s Literature: Third

Edition. eds. Edna Johnson, et.al. Boston: Riverside Press Cambridge, 1959. 582-84. Print.

  • TOPIC: Anderson Story(Anderson 582).

Short Story in a Book


Other examples of wc entries television news issue

Other Examples of WC Entries: Television News Issue

“The Phantom of Corleone.”

“The Phantom of Corleone.”

Narr. Steve Kroft.

Sixty Minutes.

CBS.

WCBS,

New York,

10 Dec. 2006.

“The Phantom of Corleone.” Narr. Steve Kroft. Sixty Minutes. CBS. WCBS, New York, 10

Dec. 2006. Television.

Topic: Organized Crime/Leaders(“The Phantom of Corleone”).

Title of Issue on news program

Narrator of the news segment

Name of entire News Program!

National Television Network

Television News Issue

Local TV Channel

City of local station

Date program aired


Other examples of wc entries television news story

Other Examples of WC Entries: Television News Story

“UC Student Killed.”

“UC Student Killed.”

Narr. Sandra Bolinsky.

Sunday News at 5 o’clock

CBS.

KCAL,

Los Angeles,

20 Nov. 2009.

“UC Student Killed.” Narr. Sandra Bolinsky. Sunday News at 5 o’clock. CBS. KCAL, Los

Angeles, 20 Nov.2009. Television.

Topic: Student Killing(“UC Student Killed”).

Television News Story


Other examples of wc entries newspaper article with author

Other Examples of WC Entries: Newspaper Article with Author

“This Once, a David of the Art World, Does Goliath a Favor”

Jeromack, Paul.

“This Once, a David of the Art World, Does Goliath a Favor.”

New York Times

13 July 2002:

B7+. 

Jeromack, Paul. “This Once, a David of the Art World, Does Goliath a Favor.” New York Times

13 July 2002: B7+. Print.

Topic: Impact of Artist(Jeromack B7).

Newspaper article with author!

Section and page #


Other examples of wc entries for different kinds of sources

Other Examples of WC Entries for different kinds of sources!

“Stocks Feel the Dollar’s Weight.”

“Stocks Feel the Dollar’s Weight.”

Wall Street Journal

4 Dec. 2006:

C1; C12.

“Stocks Feel the Dollar’s Weight.” Wall Street Journal 4 Dec. 2006: C1; C12: Print.

Topic: Impact of dollar on Stock Market(“Stocks Feel the Dollar’s Weight” C1).

And after first citation is used. . .

(“Stocks Feel the . . . C12).

NOTE: If there is no author given the headline or article title is the first entry for works cited info!

NOTE: Be sure to use the actual page your reference in the Parenthetical Citations! In this case either C1 or C 12!


Other examples of wc entries newspaper article with multiple authors

Other Examples of WC Entries: Newspaper Article with multiple Authors

“Little Books, Big Success.”

McEvoy, Dermot and Arlene Weintraub.

“Little Books, Big Success.”

Publisher’s Weekly

30 Oct. 2006:

26-28. 

McEvoy, Dermot and Arlene Weintraub. “Little Books, Big Success.” Publisher’s

Weekly 30 Oct. 2006: 26-28. Print.

Topic: Book marketing(McEvoy and Weintraub 27).

NOTE: If there are more than three authors, you may use McEvoy, et.al.

Newspaper Article with multiple authors!

Pages where located in newspaper


Other examples of wc entries news story on radio

Other Examples of WC Entries: News Story on Radio

“Death and Society.”

“Death and Society.”

Narr. Joanne Silberner.

Weekend Edition Sunday.

National Public Radio.

KCET,

San Bernardino,

25 Jan. 1998.

“Death and Society.” Narr. Joanne Silberner. Weekend Edition Sunday. National Public Radio.

KCET, San Benardino, 25 Jan. 1998. Radio.

Topic: Death Impact on Society(“Death and Society”).

News Story on Radio


Other examples of wc entries magazine article with author

Other Examples of WC Entries: Magazine Article with Author

“Why Politics Makes Us Kill: The surprising roots of homicide.”

Kelley, Raina.

“Why Politics Makes Us Kill: The surprising roots of homicide.”

Newsweek

16 Nov. 2009:

24.

Kelly, Raina. “Why Politics Makes Us Kill: The surprising roots of homicide.” Newsweek

16 Nov. 2009: 24. Print.

  • Topic: Politics of killing(Kelley 24).

Magazine Article with Author


Other examples of wc entries newspaper article with authors

Other Examples of WC Entries: Newspaper Article with Authors

“The ‘I’s Have It”

Misner, Ivan and Laura Bruno.

“The ‘I’s Have It.”

Integrity Business and Consumer Journal

Oct. 2009:

9.

Misner, Ivan and Laura Bruno. “The ‘I’s Have It.” Integrity Business and Consumer

Journal Oct. 2009: 9. Print.

  • TOPIC: Business Referral Techniques(Misner and Bruno 9).

Newspaper Article with Authors


Web page wc cards

Web Page WC Cards

“Postmodernism and Hong Kong Cinema.”

Chan, Evans.

“Postmodernism and Hong Kong Cinema.”

Postmodern Culture

10 Mar. 2000:

n.pag.

Project Muse.

Web.

20 Nov. 2009. Topic:Chinese Modern Cinema

Chan, Evans. “Postmodernism and Hong Kong Cinema.” Postmodern Culture 10 Mar. 2000:

n.pag. Project Muse. Web. 20 Nov. 2009. (Chan).

Article on a Web Page

Date Published

Date found on Web


Web page wc cards1

Web Page WC Cards

“Guidelines for Editors of Scholarly Editions”

Committee on Scholarly Editions.

“Guidelines for Editors of Scholarly Editions.”

Modern Language Association. MLA,

25 Sept. 2007.

Web.

20 Nov. 2009.

Committee on Scholarly Editions. “Guidelines for Editors of Scholarly Editions.” Modern

Language Association. MLA, 25 Sept 2007. Web.20 Nov. 2009.

TOPIC: Scholarly Editing(Committee on Scholarly Editions).

Web Page written by a committee or organization


More web page wc cards

More Web Page WC Cards

Interview by Charles Bernstein.

Antin, David.

Interview by Charles Bernstein.

Dalkey Archive Press.

Dalkey Archive P,

n.d.

Web.

21 Aug. 2009.

Antin, David. Interview by Charles Bernstein. Dalkey Archive Press. Dalkey Archive P, n.d.

Web. 21 Aug 2009.

Topic: Political Chaos(Antin).

Person interviewed

Interview on Web page

No date was given for the original interview!


More web page wc cards1

More Web Page WC Cards

“Hourly News Summary”

“Hourly News Summary.”

National Public Radio.

National Public Radio,

20 July 2009.

Web.

20 July 2009.

“Hourly News Summary.” National Public Radio. National Public Radio, 20 July 2009. Web.

20 July 2009.

  • TOPIC: War in Iraq(“Hourly News Summary.”).

Radio Interview on Web


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