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Research topic: the justice system in the 19th century (the 1800s) OR the life of Edgar Allan Poe – You need one print resource. – You need one electronic resource. • Sources must be credible (trustworthy). – (no Wikipedia, ask.com, or e-how)

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Research topic: the justice system in the 19th century (the 1800s) OR the life of Edgar Allan Poe

– You need one print resource.

– You need one electronic resource.

• Sources must be credible (trustworthy).

– (no Wikipedia, ask.com, or e-how)

• You must include direct quotations from the source.

• You must cite your sources two ways: in the paragraph, parenthetically; and in a Works Cited page.

• (Demonstrate AVL, Easybib)

– HOLT MLA Citations PowerPoint


Tomorrow, we will be in the library doing research on these topics.

After the research, on Wednesday, we will be working on this in the class room using student laptops.

You may, as soon as you are ready, begin writing your paper.

1. Introduce your topic.

2. Discuss what you learned from source 1, using parenthetical citation.

3. Discuss what you learned from source 2, using parenthetical citation.

4. State your conclusion or opinion.

5. Create your Works Cited page.