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Lourenco: Word Project: Home

Words are Multifaceted !

                                              

"Root Word Definitions." YourDictionary. LoveToKnow.

Steps & Tips

-- Search for "Your Word" in each of the 10 required sources

-- PRINT or photocopy the pages in each source that pertain to your word

-- Create an MLA 8th CITATION in Noodletools for each source as you go

-- Choose two additional sources to research word; follow same steps above

   REMEMBER:  Citations for Print Sources need to identify Page Number used

                           Search for location of Your Word in Electronic/Online Sources by using Ctrl F

NOODLETOOLS: Step by Step!

Link to Noodletools.com Login page (here and button!)

I. Log in to your LSA Gmail Acct & NoodleTools

["ACCESS VIA G-Suite Office 365"

 

II. Create a "New Project" 

a. Type in Title = Your Word

b. Click MLA citation format

c. Click "Junior" Citation Level

 

III.  Return to "DASHBOARD" Tab

a. In Middle "Sharing and Collaboration Box" :  Public View - Keep Open to Public Access

b. In "Sharing ?" Box - Click on Share with Mr. Lourenco's Inbox for your Period  - Drop Down/Select:

Your Teacher's Last Name and Period

c. Click: 

 

BOOK:  

1)  (gmail) 

2)  (upper right corner)

 

3) Click/Select Project link

 

4)   ->  ->  -> 

 

 

5) Copy & Paste (or type in) ISBN# From Book Record/Publication Information & Click "Search"

 

6)  Select/highlight your book's info & Click Import Selected Source 

 

7) Click 

8) Click 

 Image Source:  PBS

E-ENCYCLOPEDIA  or DATABASE REFERENCE SOURCE

1)  (gmail) 

2)  (upper right corner)

 

3) Click/Select Project Link

 

4)  ->  

 

5) ->

 

6) Click "Copy & paste a citation" link

 

 

7) Copy & Paste Citation into Manual Citation Box

 

8) Click 

WEBPAGE/ WEB ARTICLE

1)  (gmail) 

2)  (upper right corner)

 

3) Click/Select Project Link

 

4)  ->  

 

5) Select 

 

6) Select 

 

7) Return to Web Page and copy the URL & locate the date it was published/updated

 

8) Add/click today's date as the "Access Date" 

 

8) Complete/Manually type in the rest of webpage info into boxes above 

 

10) Click : 

 

 Tab

 

  Select  

 

Enter specific Info:

Interviewee's Name (person interviewed)

or

Interviewer's Name (person who conducted the interview

 

Type of Interview (email, phone, in-person)

 

Date of Interview

Log into your Gmail acct.

Log into Noodtools

Open link for your project

Open   button for your project

Click  button

Drop down to "Print/Export to Google Docs" option

Wait a moment and it will translate your source page into a "Beautiful" Works Cited Google Doc!!