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References Page Formatting Summary: This resource covers American Sociological Association ASA style and includes information about manuscript formatting, in-text citations, formatting the references page, and accepted manuscript writing style.
All references should be double-spaced and use a hanging indent. Include first names for all authors, rather than initials, but use first-name and middle-name initials if an author used initials in the original publication.
For repeated authors or editors, include the full name in all references note: Arrange references for the same author in chronological order, beginning with the oldest.
When an author appears in both single-authored references and as the first author in a multiple-authored reference, place all of the single-authored references first, even though they may not be in the proper chronological order. New York and Philadelphia: The Religion of Mainline Baby Boomers.
Westminster John Knox Press. When the same first author appears in multiple references, arrange them alphabetically by the last name of the second author. Alba, Richard, and Philip Kasinitz.
Alba, Richard, John R. Logan, and Brian J. When including more than one work by the same author s from the same year, add letters to the year a, b, c and then list the references for that author and year alphabetically by title.
Police Shootings in Memphis. Reference Examples Book with One Author Author's full name, inverted so that last name appears first. Book Title in Title Caps and Italicized. Note that the two-letter state abbreviation should be given only if needed to identify the city.
For a publisher located in New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, or Boston, for example, it would not be necessary to include the state abbreviation. Note that the word "volume" is capitalized and abbreviated but not italicized.
Gurr, Ted Robert, ed. Women's Labor Force Participation. Research Triangle Park, NC:Guidelines on Writing Newspaper Articles Purpose.
In this guide we provide basic tips on how to write a newspaper article, links to additional resources on how to write a newspaper article as well as a template. Newspaper Writing Assessment 1. What did you learn about writing a newspaper story?
What did you like about writing as a newspaper reporter? 3. What surprised you the most about creating a classroom newspaper? 4. What was your editorial staff’s biggest challenge? 5.
Informational Reports - Writing a Newspaper Article: Prompt 4: Response to Literature - Writing a Personal Reaction: Grade 5: Prompt 1: Narrative - Writing a Persona Narrative: Prompt 2: Expository - Writing an Essay Answer: Prompt 3: Persuasive - Writing a Letter to the Editor: Prompt 4. A major part of any writing assignment consists of re-writing. Write accurately. Scientific writing must be accurate. Although writing instructors may tell you not to use the same word twice in a sentence, it's okay for scientific writing, which must be accurate. Unit B: Become a Journalist. High Five Unit B: Page 2 High Five: Unit B / Table of Contents Assessment—This section allows you to determine students’ level of understanding of the different skills in analyzing the structure of newspaper writing just because it is delivered over the Internet.
. Revising the Newspaper Article: Sentence Structure and Transitions Long-Term Targets Addressed (Based on NYSP12 ELA CCLS) I can use a variety of sentence structures to make my writing and speaking more interesting.
This sheet should be used after teaching about writing to inform/ how to write a newspaper article. It assesses each of the key features that should be used in an article and allows students the chance to look and see if they have fulfilled each of the criteria/5(7).
Ask students to find and examine a newspaper article and complete the following activity to be used as part of the Performance Assessment for the unit: identify the author’s purpose record whether the article is a biased or an objective account.
Students will write a newspaper about the history of the Labor Day holiday in the United States. Students will learn about and practice writing newspaper articles. Students will learn vocabulary words from the The Story of Labor Day article.