Movie Research Project

Movie Research Project

Research Project TYPE YOUR TOPIC OR TITLE HERE Type your full name and class period here Bibliography Cards 1. You need at least 3 bibliography cards total (one for each of your sources) 2. Read the example on the green slide.

3. Use the next 3 slides to type your bibliography cards. f o E L P M A d

X r a E C y h p a r g o Bibli

Source Number Cooper, Tracie. Twilight. All Movie Guide. n.p., 18 Nov 2008. Web. 10 Nov 2011. Source Number Assign a number to each source: 1,2,3, ______________________________________ . _____________________. Author, editor or compiler (if available) Last, first. Title of Article (in quotes) ______________________. ___________________________________,

Title of Website (italics) Publisher, Institution or Organization (Use n.p. for no publisher) ____________________. ____________________ . __________________ . Day Month Year created Format (Web) Day Month Year accessed (Use n.d. for no date) Source Number Authors Last Name, First Name (if given). Title of Article. Title of website. Name of publisher, institution or organization affiliated with the

site (use n.p. for no publisher), day, mo year created (use n.d. for no date). Web. Day, mo, year of access. Source Number Authors Last Name, First Name (if given). Title of Article. Title of website. Name of publisher, institution or organization affiliated with the site (use n.p. for no publisher), day, mo year created (use n.d. for no date). Web. Day, mo, year of access.

Source Number Authors Last Name, First Name (if given). Title of Article. Title of website. Name of publisher, institution or organization affiliated with the site (use n.p. for no publisher), day, mo year created (use n.d. for no date). Web. Day, mo, year of access. Note Cards 1. Review your 3 or more sources and make a note card for each piece of information you think will be useful in your research

paper 2. The number you have given your source should match the number on the note cards. 3. You need to determine what topic you are making notes about. Include that on your card. 4. Read the example on the blue slide 5. Use the white template slides to create your note cards (you

might not use all of the available slides) I. Synopsis f o E L P M A EX d

r a C Note When Bella (Kristen Stewart) reluctantly moved to the perpetually overcast town of Twin Forks, WA, and set out to carve a niche for herself, she assumed it would be one similar to the low-profile social position she held back in Phoenix. (Cooper 1)

1 Topic Source Number Using a direct quote, summary or paraphrase, write only one piece of information from the source. (Authors last name and page number) Note: Websites have no page numbers

Topic Source Number Using a direct quote, summary or paraphrase, write only one piece of information from the source. (Authors last name and page number) Note: Websites have no page numbers Topic

Source Number Using a direct quote, summary or paraphrase, write only one piece of information from the source. (Authors last name and page number) Note: Websites have no page numbers Topic Source Number

Using a direct quote, summary or paraphrase, write only one piece of information from the source. (Authors last name and page number) Note: Websites have no page numbers Topic Source Number Using a direct quote, summary or paraphrase,

write only one piece of information from the source. (Authors last name and page number) Note: Websites have no page numbers Topic Source Number Using a direct quote, summary or paraphrase, write only one piece of information from the source.

(Authors last name and page number) Note: Websites have no page numbers Topic Source Number Using a direct quote, summary or paraphrase, write only one piece of information from the source. (Authors last name and page number)

Note: Websites have no page numbers Topic Source Number Using a direct quote, summary or paraphrase, write only one piece of information from the source. (Authors last name and page number) Note: Websites have no page numbers

Topic Source Number Using a direct quote, summary or paraphrase, write only one piece of information from the source. (Authors last name and page number) Note: Websites have no page numbers Topic

Source Number Using a direct quote, summary or paraphrase, write only one piece of information from the source. (Authors last name and page number) Note: Websites have no page numbers Sort your Note Cards 1. Go to View, then choose Slide Sorter. 2. You will be moving each note card to the

proper category. You can add a slide to name a topic/category if you wish. 3. To move a note card slide, click on it and drag it. 4. Your note cards for a topic should be grouped together.

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