How is reading a speech different than listening to it?
Need help with the structure of this essay? Check out the Google Slides we used in class!
Websites (written & spoken version of the speeches)
1. Article title: use the name of the speech.
2. Author: use the speaker who gave the speech.
3. Date of Electronically Published: use a current date for the website, if given.
Websites are not cited for you, but EasyBib will help.
Using EasyBib to help with In-Text/Parenthetical Citations
- After you add a piece of research to your presentation, decide which source it came from. Find that source in your list of citations in EasyBib.
- Under the source, you will see a link called "Parenthetical." Click this.
- This will show you what your in-text/parenthetical citation will look like.
- If the source is a website, you DO NOT need page numbers.
Creating a Properly Formatted MLA Works Cited Page
Exporting an MLA Works Cited Page
- Make sure you cited all the sources you used in your project.
- Click the orange “Export" button.
- Choose "Save to Google Docs"
- Allow EasyBib to access your Drive.
- Then, click the link for your document to open up your works cited in your Drive.
- Don't add or change anything! EasyBib formatted your works cited page perfectly!
- Rename your file (top left) so you know what this Doc is in your Drive.
- You are NOT copying and pasting from EasyBib onto a document! This does not create a properly formatted MLA works cited page. You MUST follow the steps above for exporting
Getting Your Exported Works Cited Page Onto the Last Page of Your Essay in Docs (for Mrs. Conti's classes)
- Copy everything on your exported works cited page (including the title "Works Cited")
- Go the end of your essay in Docs and get a clean, blank page (hit Enter if you need to get a new page)
- Paste in your exported works cited into this blank, last page of your essay.
Formatting Your Essay in MLA Format
Adding a header to your essay
Adding a heading to your essay
Adding a title to your essay