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Hatboro-Horsham High School Library: Senior Argument Paper

Purdue OWL: MLA Formatting & Style Guide

Click on the image above to go to the Purdue OWL: MLA Formatting and Style Guide.

There you will find information and examples regarding MLA format for citations and works cited.

Creating a Citation: Copy & Paste Method

  1. Find the source citation on the article.  Highlight this with your mouse and click copy.
  2. In NoodleTools, click the aarow in the box that says Cite a... Select the type of source you have.
  3. Click the link next to Quick Cite that says Copy and Paste a Citation.
  4. Paste the citation in the box and click Submit.
  5. When you are ready to add your next source, repeat these steps with the new citation.

Let's Get Ready to Argue!

Paper Guidelines & Reminders

Your paper must argue in favor or against a specific topic or issue.

Your paper must  also use appeals to Logos AND Ethos.  Pathos may be included where appropriate.

The final piece MUST include research from at least THREE CREDIBLE SOURCES. These sources MUST BE CITED within your paper and include a Works Cited page with proper MLA formatting.

MLA Formatting Requirements: Just a Reminder!

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