• ELEMENT BROCHURE
     
    REQUIREMENT: CITE TWO SOURCES.
    • BOTH SOURCES CAN BE ONLINE OR
    • YOU MAY ALSO CHOOSE TO HAVE ONE ONLINE SOURCE AND ONE PRINT SOURCE.
     
     
     
    Online Sources:
     
     

     

    http://Chem4Kids.com   

    If you use information from this website use the following format for the MLA citation:
     
    "Specific Article Title." Name of Website. Publisher, Date of Publication. URL. Date accessed.  
     
    example:
     "Potassium." Chem4Kids. Andrew Rader Studios, 2016. http://www.chem4kids.com/files/elements/019_speak.html. 9 November 2018. 
     
     
     
     http://periodicvideos.com/  Select your element to watch a short video.
    If you use information from this source, use the following format for the MLA citation:
     
    Author Last name, first name (if available). "Specific Article Title." Name of Website. Publisher, Date of Publication. URL. Date accessed.
     
    example:
     Haran, Brady. "Aluminum." PeriodicVideos. University of Nottingham, Great Britain.  9 November 2018.
        
     
    If you use information from this website use the following format for the MLA citation:
     
    "Specific article title." Name of website. Publisher, date of publication. URL. Date accessed.
     
    example:   
     "Chromium." Periodic Table.  Wolfram Research, 2016. http://www.periodictable.com/Elements/024/index.html. 9 November 2018. 
     
     

    https://www.ducksters.com/science/elements.php

     This site works like a search engine. This link takes you to the elements on the periodic table. If you use information from the page you are reading, scroll to the bottom of that page and click on Cite It and you can copy and paste the MLA citation in your report.

     
     
     
    Print Sources:
     
    If you are citing a book in print follow this format:
     
    Author or Editor last name, first name. Title of book. City of Publication: Publisher's name,  Year of Publication. page number(s). 
     
    example: 
    Beatty, Richard. The Elements: Copper. New York: Benchmark Books, 2001.
         pp. 9-11.
     
     




     
     
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