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  • ... And that is the life of George Washington.
  • A D?!?! Mrs. Felker, how could you do this to me? All of the information is true!
  • Where is your bibliography? You couldn't have known all this information!
  • You need to give credit to the resources you use!
  • I looked it up, but why do I have to mention my resources?
  • You need to list the sources you used because you are not the one who should receive credit for this information! You just looked it up!
  • That is the same thing as asking a friend about something, and using that data for your benefit without even mentioning the help of that friend!
  • That makes perfect sense! I am only in fifth grade now, but what about later on in life?
  • I don't want to get into big trouble!
  • Well, you just need to learn how to give credit to your sources. I will teach you how!
  • So this is the example I used from a previous fifth grade student. Notice how it has a tile page and several information pages, just like yours.
  • Let's flip to the back. Here is a whole list of sources this person used, called a bibliography.
  • I finally understand what a bibliography is and its importance! Thank you very much Mrs. Felker for explaining to me what a bibliography is and what it has to contain.
  • It was my pleasure, Jeff! I'm just doing my job.
  • And don't you worry! I will never forget to include a bibliography on any of my future presentations!
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