MLA Style
Citation Worksheet
In a word processing program or on a separate sheet of paper, answer the following questions.

Part I: In-Text Citations: Book
Using your Huck Finn book, write examples of the following types of in-text citations:
  1. Direct Quotation (author referenced in the sentence):
  2. Direct Quotation (author not referenced in the sentence):
  3. Direct Quotation (character referenced, but author not referenced in the sentence):
  4. Paraphrase (author referenced in the sentence):
  5. Paraphrase (author not referenced in the sentence):
  6. Using your Bible, write an example of an in-text citation, where the speaker is referenced in the text:

Part II: In-Text Citations: Electronic Sources: USE the following article to practice with : The Willpower Trick by Jonah Lehrer
  1. Direct Quotation (known author(s) referenced in the sentence):
  2. Direct Quotation (known author(s) not referenced in the sentence):
  3. Direct Quotation (no known author(s)): (Use THIS article)
  4. Paraphrase (author referenced in the sentence):
  5. Paraphrase (author not referenced in the sentence):

Part III: Works Cited Page
  1. Write the corresponding citation for your in-text citations for The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.
  2. Write the corresponding citation for your in-text citations for the electronic sources you used for Part II above.