• gothic
     
    English III Gothic Literature Group Project
     
    Ms. Sample
    December 2018
    Webpage designed by AHS librarians


     E xplain your assignment.
     

    Check here for your assignment sheet.

      • Gothic Literature Assignment Sheet.

         A nalyze possible sources to use.

        • Books

        Use Destiny to help you find a book .  destiny


        Search Apps:

         

        Bloom's Literary Reference by Facts on File Bloom Lit  

         

        GALE Literature Criticism Online  LCO    

         

        GALE Literature Resource Center Literature Resource Center
         

        TWAYNE'S Authors Series Twayne's Authors Series

         

        Britannica Online Britannica

          



        G o get your information. 

        • Notetaking organizers developed by you or your teacher can be very helpful.
        • Outlines can be created quickly and easily in a word processing program. Include your notes under the appropriate subtopics.
        • Library Source Forms can be useful because they show you what types of information you need for various sources, the correct MLA format, as well as an example.  

        L earn to paraphrase, summarize, quote and accurately cite all researched information.

        • Lessons in the classroom will help you understand the difference between paraphrasing, summarizing and quoting information.
        • Be sure you understand plagiarism so that it can be avoided!
        • Record all bibliographic information as you take notes.
          • Be ready to cite your information accurately according to MLA format


             

        E stablish your notes and create a first draft and any other documentation your project requires.

        • Check to make sure your information is relevant as well as reliable.
          • Have you used books and online information from library databases?
        • Do you feel confident that you have evaluated information found on the Internet correctly? If not, please ask for help!
          • Keep the purpose of your research and your audience in mind as you present your information


        S ize it up!  
        • Did I evaluate the quality of my information?
          • Is it reliable and documented correctly?
        • Have I considered my audience?
          • Are my ideas presented in a logical progression?
          • Is my point of view clearly stated?
          • Did I use MLA format, parenthetical documentation, and include a Works Cited page?
        • Go for the A!