Outline update

Here is a video about how to print your outline in the proper format: easybib video

Don’t forget to put your outline, narration, and FINAL works cited into one document before you submit it to Turnitin.com. You must submit these before 3 P.M. tomorrow, Wed. March 26.

 

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Outline printing/uploading

So, I’m not sure your outline will export to a print document in actual outline format. I’m looking into this and will keep you posted on my blog.

However, if the outline doesn’t export in the proper format, just leave it in your Easybib account. I can access it from there and you won’t be graded down in anyway. (So don’t spend a lot of time or stress out trying to figure it out!)

Do remember to include your Works Cited with your narration in the same document when you submit it to Turnitin.com.

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AP Language: Embedding Visuals

To put visual sources in your paper, follow these guidelines: AP LANGUAGE AND COMPOSITION putting visuals in your paper

Note: Most of you will be using the information for a table or a figure, not an illustration. Also, most of you won’t have any notes with your table or figure.

Remember: The visual source bibliographic information should NOT be on your Works Cited because it will appear in your actual paper under the table/figure!

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Works Cited and Note Card Problems

These people need to share their research projects with me; I cannot access them. PLEASE DO THIS MY CLICKING “SHARE” ON THE BIBLIOGRAPHY VIEW AND USE “INVITE OTHERS.” DO NOT USE “EMAIL LINK”! You need to do this ASAP so that you can get your grade back!

Tommy A.
Maddy C.
Julia C.
Thies E.
Anushree J.
Miah K.
Tara L.
John N.
Kavita R.
Clare S.
Sharon Y.
Chloe Z.
Becca D.
Katie F. (share old project–it should work now)
Larissa T.
Sydney W.
Alyssa W.

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AP Language List of Sources

For a list of vetted organizations and agencies that can be helpful to consult while doing your research, follow this link. The sources will be grouped by category, and the link to each category will take to a list (with links) to good sources to use for topics in that category. The list also includes a description of what type of information you can find at each link as well as if the source has a political/ideological bias.

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AP Language Debate 1 Sources

Remember, if you are not debating on Monday, you DO have to read the sources so you are prepared for the essay. You should also bring the sources to class on Monday so that you can include specific details in your essay. However, if you don’t want to print the whole packet, you can make your own smaller packet of excerpts that you think you may use. Just make sure that you have the information to properly cite.

Here are the sources for Monday, Feb. 10: aplang debate topic 1 sources

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AP Language Debate Citations

When creating your debate bibliography, you can use the school subscription to EasyBib and the OWL site as usual. However, if you have an unusual source to cite, these may not be enough. This MLA site is a little more thorough.

Remember, you cannot guess how to cite a source! You must look everything up–especially if the type of source is not typical. (And be especially careful of citing any visual–photo, map, chart, video, etc. This is where I usually see the most mistakes.)

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