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can you like give me a link to it or something
ok give me a minute ill see if i can help
I don't understand what the teacher is trying to have you do.
make a works cited page .. im guessing ?
i have no idea bud
D: alright , thank you @dmcdowell
I figured that, but how? I mean there's no explanation it's just "do this" and "do this" there's no "this is how you do this"
maybe @micahm can help
im not really sure in the lesson it showed examples but really didnt explain it >.<
I'm in 8th grade, but if there were more clearer instructions I'd be able to help. Sorry.
its okay ^-^ thank you.
do you have the lesson at hand
i have it up on my computer yes
what don't you understand
in the lesson
how to make the works cited page .
ok does the lesson give you any example of that
In 1854, Chief Seattle said, Let him be just and deal kindly with my people, for the dead are not altogether powerless. Needs quotation marks: In 1854, Chief Seattle said, "Let him be just and deal kindly with my people, for the dead are not altogether powerless."
Teenagers need to have as many decision-making opportunities as possible prior to moving out of the family home (Jones 16). They can practice these skills in everything from planning family meals to determining college or career plans. By making decisions regularly, teenagers gain important thinking skills such as weighing the pros and cons or considering consequences of decisions ("Let Them Decide"). According to the article "Independent Teen Studies," making major decisions with the support of an adult is an important step toward independence. In "Let Them Decide," teenagers explain how being able to make their own decisions after consulting an adult made them feel confident, informed, and prepared to make major decisions in the future (28). Works Cited “Independent Teen Studies.” Independent Teens. Version 2. Brighter and Wiser, 18 Jan. 2009. Web. 14 June 2010. http://www.independentteens.com. Jones, Mark. Encouraging Independence. Dallas: For the Family, 2005. Print. “Let Them Decide.” Raising Teens. Mar. 2007: 28-29. Print.
them are the only two
i think i get it now.. do i just do research write a summary of it , paraphrase it and then ... put the link to where i found the info? O.o
is that all i do ?
alright .. thanks :)