Try this link.
If it doesn't work,
follow these steps.
>Go to the GPISD home page
>Middle School Resources
Click 'Sign in with Google'
to link it to your Google drive and use
'Research in Context'.
When you find articles you like,
you can add them to you Google drive. There, you can highlight and add notes
(for a grade) like this.
LOTS of Resources
Quoting, Paraphrasing, and Summarizing
MLA Style Guide from Cardinal Stritch University, Wisconsin (Websites are on page 13.)
Finding and Documenting Sources
Take a look at this website.
It gives a very straightforward explanation of the research process,
including taking care of your source documentation
Author's Last Name, First Name.
"Title of Article."
Name of Website,
Organization Responsible for Website,
Date Website was Published,
URL (web address),
Date of Access (When did you look at it?)
How Internal Documentation
and the Works Cited go Together
The works cited is a list of all the sources you used for your paper alphabetized by the author's last name or by the first word in the article title.
When you use the source information in your paper, you must document where it came from by mentioning the author or the article title in the text of your paper.
In the example, we have a sentence about crime being on the rise. It came from page 25 of the book Crime in the United States written by Tim Barker.
The works cited page lists the bibliographic information for the book (NOT in MLA 2021 format) and the in-text documentation (Barker 25) contains the author's last name.
(If there had been no author, the in-text documentation would be the title of the book.)