In order to successfully write your speech on the impact of choices made by others, you viewed the movie "Little Women" (based off the classic novel by the same name).
To give credit for the movie, you will need to cite it in EasyBib and create a works cited page. Follow these steps:
- Login to EasyBib using Google
- Create a new project and name it
- Open the project by clicking Bibliography under your project's name
- Click on the Video/Film tab
- Search for the movie by typing in its title: Little Women
- The first result that comes up is the correct one: Little Women (Gillian Armstrong) - 1994. Select this.
- Next, you will need to fix and add some elements on the editing screen to make the citation correct.
- Fix the "w" in the word "women" in the title so it is capitalized
- (you can skip country)
- Add Studio: Columbia Pictures
- Select Media Type: DVD
When you are done editing, click Create to finalize your citation. If this is your only source being used, then follow the Export steps to create a works cited page (Export > Save to Google Docs).
Within your speech, you will need to use in-text citations to point readers to the appropriate source in your Works Cited page. While in-text citations typically include a page number, there are no page numbers for a DVD, so you will leave that out. Just include the director of the movie as it is the first item to appear in the related citation in your Works Cited:
- (Armstrong) < your in-text citation should look like this after each idea referenced in your speech that comes from the movie you watched.