Research Resources: How to Write an MLA-Formatted Bibliography

(Much of this information is graciously published by the English Department at Purdue University Online Writing Lab.) Basic Rules Begin your Works Cited page on a separate page at the end of your research paper. It should have the same one-inch margins and last name, page number header as the rest of your paper. Label […]

Writing Resources: How to Write Thesis Statements

Writing Resources: How to Write Thesis Statements

Writing Resources: How to Write Thesis Statements DEVELOPING A POINT OF VIEW (A THESIS STATEMENT…): After studying all of the assigned readings, find or develop one major argument that you can discuss in greater detail in your paper. An “argument” can be defined as a major point of view, or an interpretation of the film […]

Writing Resources: How To Write an MLA-formatted Annotated Bibliography

Research Resources: How To Write an MLA-Formatted Annotated Bibliography

Writing Resources: How To Write an MLA-formatted Annotated Bibliography An-no-tate: To furnish (a literary work) with commentary or explanatory notes. Webster’s II New College Dictionary. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1995. Print. From the Cornell University Library: “An annotated bibliography is a list of citations to books, articles, and documents. Each citation is followed by a brief […]

Writing Resources: How to Prepare a Critical Review of Cultural Cinema

Writing Resources: How to Prepare a Critical Review of Cultural Cinema

Writing Resources: How to Prepare a Critical Review of Cultural Cinema WORKING WITH THE MATERIAL: Make sure you know your material inside and out! Follow these guidelines: Find a nice quiet place and time to view the film. Turn OFF your phone. No calls, texts, internet. Send the kids/roommates to another room. Remove ALL distractions […]

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