You are looking for information about health problems in poor countries. You find a website that includes facts, charts, names of diseases, and organizations that help. What information would you list first on your "Works Cited" page?
Name of the website
Date the site was last updated
Name of the organization that sponsors the cite
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What is the main function of signal words?
They help readers predict the main ideas.
They suggest that the author is not an expert.
They alert the reader that the article is about to end.
They indicate that information is from a reliable source.
not 100% sure.....guessing first one is author
second one is A
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I don't mean to bother you but could you help me with one more?
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You read an article online written by R. U. Foreal in National Geographic Kids. The article describes a biting insect that eats blood. The title of the article is "The Insect That Gets Under Your Skin!" How would you list the article on your "Works Cited" page?
"The Insect That Gets Under Your Skin!" January 12, 2013. National Geographic Kids. Date accessed: April 11, 2013.
National Geographic Kids. "The Insect That Gets Under Your Skin!" by R. U. Foreal. January 12, 2013.
Foreal, R. U., "The Insect That Gets Under Your Skin!" National Geographic Kids. January 12, 2013.
Accessed: April 11, 2013.
"The Insect That Gets Under Your Skin!" R. U. Foreal. National Geographic Kids. January 12, 2013.
I am looking at the example " works cited " page that Love Ranaa posted....I would have to go with the one that has the authors name first.