April 28, 2014. Objective: Nevada Formative Writing Assessment Period 3 Homework: Sentences wkst Periods 2, 4, 5, 6: None Take out supplies: Pencil(s) with an eraser; looseleaf paper. Everything else is to be placed underneath your desk.
Attribute credit within your writing through
For example, if my bibliography entry is as follows:
Paul, Noel C. “Arm yourself for the ad onslaught.”
Christian Science Monitor. 11 Dec. 2011: 18. Web.
24 Apr. 2014.
My in-text citation would be: According to Christian Science Monitor, “Toymakers and other companies will spend millions of dollars this month on advertising their products on TV, on the Internet, in magazines, and even in schools” (Paul 18).
Citing an electronic source can be tricky. When using a database, you still use the first item in your bibliography. There may not be page number, so simply write the first item in the entry.
For example, if you do not have an author, use the title of the article.
“….and even in schools” (“Arm yourself for the ad onslaught”).
Young people spend the most money of any age group (Paul 18).
ex. She ran across the hall to see if her cat had gotten out.
“She” is the simple subject of the independent clause “She ran across the call to see.”
“cat” is the simple subject of the dependent clause “if her cat had gotten out.”
She ran across the hall to see if her cat had gotten out.
You are going to consider what “Freedom” and “Tolerance” mean in the story and in real life. Use the organizer to help you.
On the left side of the circle, write the lines (and line number(s) in parentheses) from the story. On the right side of the circle, write those lines’ connection to SELF, FAMILY, PEERS, COMMUNITY, COUNTRY, AND HUMANKIND.
We will do the first one together. You will work independently on the rest. This will be collected and graded! Follow directions!