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Bibliography and Reference Pages

What a Bibliography or List of References Looks Like

(see below for REALLY important Bibliography LINKS)




Galloway, Ann (1993) "Communicative Language Teaching: An Introduction and Sample Activities."  Washington, DC: ERIC Clearinghouse on Languages and Linguistics (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 357642).


"Integrating Language and Culture in Middle School American History Classes." ERIC Digest. (1994)  Washington, DC:  ERIC Clearinghouse on Languages and Linguistics (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 367145). 


Lessow-Hurley (2000) The Foundations of Dual Language Instruction (Third Edition).  New York:  Addison Wesley Longman, Inc.


Leyba, Charles (Ed.) (1994)  Schooling and Language Minority Students: A Theoretical Framework.  Los Angeles, CA:  California State University, Los Angeles. 


Yi, Daniel and Ragland, Jennifer, “24% of Schools’ English-Learners Test Fluent,” Los Angeles Times, May 2, 2002.  Page B-7.


            Zhang, Hong, and Alex, Nola Kortner (1995) "Oral Language Development Across the Curriculum, K-12." ERIC Digest.  Bloomington, IN:  ERIC Clearinghouse on Reading English and Communication (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 389029).

How-To Cite Books, Magazines, Newspapers, Websites and More (MLA)

            Great, and easy to follow because it’s actually COLOR CODED!


How Do I Create A Bibliography? (APA Style)

            For middle- and high-school students, citation of different kinds of works made easy.


How to Refer to the Works of Other People in Your Writing

            About halfway down this page, very useful advice on quoting other people and giving them credit for their own words (which keeps you from plagiarizing – VERY important!).


NoodleTools Free (or Very Cheap) Bibliography Creator

            Free (if your students are grades 1-5) and Cheap (Grades 6+) electronic bibliography creator -- $4.00 per year online subscriptions at this writing.  I think you could do it better yourself, but very good for the Unconfident.


Neils Toolbox: The Harvard Bibliography Reference Generator

            Very good, very simple tool.  Self-correcting and tells you where you’ve made errors.

Reliable How-To Sites for Bibliography/References


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