Citing Sources

Giving credit to people who have created ideas and images is important.  Here are some tools to help you with building a bibliography.  Ask your Teacher Librarian if you need help.

How to Cite a Site (Gr. 3-5): Common Sense Education Lesson
Plaigiarism.org:

“This easy-to-use commercial site serves as an online reference guide to plagiarism and citation of sources. Students can learn exactly what constitutes plagiarism and the correct way to cite their sources. A variety of citation styles are covered and students can print out or download handouts to help them with their writing and citing. Teachers will find the site useful to explain and show examples of plagiarism and to demonstrate citation styles.” (Gr. 5+)(ERAC Review)

 Works Cited Guide Grade 1-6: Kathy Schrock

 

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