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Hello, welcome to school. Let's go to class because we have an exciting lesson today!
Everyone put your thinking caps on! Today we are learning how to cite a source. Let's go to the library!
Look at all of the fun books! Okay, step one in citing a print source you begin with the author. We will use our text book for an example. The author is Constance Weaver.
Write the last name followed by a comma and then the first name followed by another comma and the second author's full name and end with a period. Now write the title in italics.
End the title with a period. Write the publisher city and follow it with a colon. Next write the publisher company and a comma. Next write the publish year and a period.
You are almost done! All you have to do now is write the type of publication, in this case "print," and then you end that with a period.
Your finished product should look like this: Weaver, Constance, and Jonathan Bush. *Grammar to Enrich and Enhance Writing*. Portsmouth: Heinemann, 2008. Print.
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