Remember - a bibliography is not a list of URLs. Use Noodle Tools to properly format your citations.
With a Noodle Tools account, once you create bibliographies you can easily organize your research with note cards, outline your papers, and integrate with Google docs.
Students and teachers who have never signed up before can register at https://my.noodletools.com/
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Find more information on creating a Works Cited page, click on the Research Tools tab above. then click on the Cite Your Sources tab.
Throughout our reading of The Hunger Games, we have been discussing connections between the society in the novel and society in our own lives. For this multi-paragraph assignment, you will explore some of these connections in more detail.
Before you begin your paper, plan out your points for discussion.
You may either choose one of the following approaches to the paper:
Remember, you must score at least “partially proficient” in all categories to be done with this assignment.
1.1 I can write arguments to support claims using valid reasoning and relevant and sufficient evidence. This includes introducing a precise claim
(thesis statement), recognizing the opposing opinion, supporting claims with strong evidence and explanation and drawing a conclusion.
3.4 I can properly cite information in order to avoid plagiarism.
5.1 I can demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.