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How to do a Works Consulted. Objective: Today you will learn how to put together a works consulted and complete yours. Works Consulted. Can be called a Bibliography, Works Cited, or Works Consulted. Bibliography = list of books Works Cited = Works you used

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how to do a works consulted

How to do a Works Consulted

Objective: Today you will learn how to put together a works consulted and complete yours.

works consulted
Works Consulted
  • Can be called a Bibliography, Works Cited, or Works Consulted.
  • Bibliography = list of books
  • Works Cited = Works you used
  • Works Consulted = All works you looked at, even if you don’t end up using them all.
order
Order
  • You must put your sources in alphabetical order, by the author’s last name.
  • If there is no author, start with the name of the article in quotation marks. (Use this for Internet sources, encyclopedia articles, or magazine articles without an author.)
format
Format
  • Use MLA Format
  • Times New Roman, size 12
  • Double Spacing
  • Hanging indent
  • Follow directions on source cards, with exact same punctuation.
book source
Book Source

Gonzalez, Omar. Life of the Aztecs. New

York: DK Publishing, 1996.

  • When you use a quote from this book, it will look like this:

In the time of the Aztecs, “boys prepared to be warriors from a young age” (Gonzalez 35).

periodical source
Periodical Source

Quan, Mayli. “Women of War.” History June

2006: 34-36.

  • This is a magazine. A newspaper would be done the same way. A quote from this

article would look like this: During the

war many women were “driven to

work by the loyalty to the men over

seas and the need for income”

(Quan 34).

internet source
Internet Source

“People & Events: The Zoot Suit Riots of 1943.” PBS Online. 1999-2001. Public Broadcasting Service. 31 Aug. 2008 <http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/amex/zoot/eng_peopleevents/e_riots.html>.

In your paper: The PBS article, “The Zoot Suit Riots of 1943” states, “The

zoot suit was one part of the

jazz world that visually defied

the norms of segregation.”

database source
Database Source

Buckley, William. "Lessons from Dr. King." National Review. 44 (9 Dec. 1983): 1572. Student Research Center. Ebsco. Ramona High School, Riverside, CA. 27 Oct. 2008 <http://find.galegroup.com/srcx/>.

It looks like this when you use it: Buckley writes, “Many look to King as the father of Civil Rights” (1572).

putting it together
Putting it together
  • Look at the first word of each entry.
  • In our examples we have: Gonzalez, Quan, People, and Buckley.
  • Alphabatize the entries.
  • They would be written with Buckley first, then Gonzalez, People, and last Quan.
  • Write out the whole entry, paying careful attention to puntuation and format.
try it out
Try it Out
  • Use the source cards to get the information for five different sources.

1. Book

2. Magazine

3. Newspaper

4. Internet

5. Database

  • Put the source cards in alphabetical order.
  • Write a Works Consulted using your source cards.