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8 th Grade Health Project. Disease Report Essential Skill: Gather information about why and how to cite sources. Suggested Sources. Print Sources: Encyclopedias Books Magazines Online Sources: Internet Use reputable sites, such as www.kidshealth.org www.cancer.gov www.mayoclinic.org

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8 th grade health project

8th Grade Health Project

Disease Report

Essential Skill: Gather information about why and how to cite sources.

suggested sources
Suggested Sources
  • Print Sources:
    • Encyclopedias
    • Books
    • Magazines
  • Online Sources: Internet
    • Use reputable sites, such as
      • www.kidshealth.org
      • www.cancer.gov
      • www.mayoclinic.org
      • www.nih.gov
      • www.cdc.gov
    • Complete the Web Source Evaluation Form to find reputable sources.
web source evaluation
Web Source Evaluation
  • For what do we evaluate internet sources?
    • Date of information (current)
    • Authority (credentials)
    • Objectivity (unbiased)
    • Coverage (thorough)
    • Accuracy (true)
  • Form (source should score 8/10)
why to cite your sources
Why to cite your sources
  • Practice legal and ethical behavior when using technology. (Essential Skill DM-5)
  • AVOID Plagiarism
    • Plagiarism is using someone else’s intellectual property (ideas, words, images, etc.) without giving credit to the source.
    • Build trust between you and the reader of your work
    • To make your arguments more trustworthy
    • To show you've spent the time thinking about the information about your topic
    • To show the references that led to the creation of your paper
    • To allow the reader to find the sources for themselves
bibliography citing sources
Bibliography: Citing Sources
  • APA Style
    • American Psychological Association
    • Commonly used to cite sources within the social sciences.
  • Information to Gather—list can be found in your assignment packet
  • NoodleTools
    • Choose citation style for your project. (APA format for Health Project)Select your citation type from the drop down arrow where it says Cite a:
    • Click Create Citation.
    • Fill out the information for your source as completely as you can. Ask for help if needed.
    • Click Submit.
    • Copy and paste your citation into your Word document.
    • Format your Word document correctly for APA Reference page. There is a sample on the Library webpage and in your packet.
    • Save your Reference page document to your documents!
    • Practice: Mayo Clinic Diseases and Conditions
sample citations for various sources
Sample Citations for Various Sources
  • Reference List: Author/Authors
    • How to handle sources by one or more authors
  • Reference List: Articles in Periodicals
    • journals, magazines, newspapers
  • Reference List: Books
  • Reference List: Other Print Sources
    • encyclopedia
  • Reference List: Electronic Sources
    • Online article, database, electronic book, kindle book, online encyclopedia
bibliography basic formatting rules
Bibliography: Basic Formatting Rules
  • Label the page “Bibliography” (do not bold, italicize or underline the title)
    • Center the title
  • Sources should be listed in alphabetical order by author’s last name
      • If there is no author, the title of the article comes first.
      • Ask for help if you have more than one work by the same author.
      • Do NOT number, bullet, or letter the source list!
  • Double space everything on the page.
    • There should be no extraspaces between sources.
    • Italicize the title of the source if it is a book, journal/magazine, or database.
  • Hanging Indent – indent the second line of the citation (tab every line after the first)
    • Think of this as the opposite of paragraph indents.
    • Note that if you edit or change the format (like font size), the line may end in a different spot than before and you may have to reformat the hanging indent.
sample reference page

Reminders

-Bibliography(no special formatting)

-Alphabetical order

-Double spaced

-Hanging indent

Sample Reference Page