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APA format for research articles, books, and electronic sourcesYour references will give points in your final project!!!!
Most Likely Used Sources in ThesesJournal Articles
Find out the characteristics of a journal article referenceNagy, W.E., Garca, G.E., Durgunolu, A.Y., & Hancin-Bhatt, B. (1993). Spanish-English bilingual students use of cognates in English reading. Journal of Reading Behavior, 25(3), 241-259.
Neuman, S.B., & Koskinen, P. (1992). Captioned television as comprehensible input: Effects of incidental word learning from context for language minority students. Reading Research Quarterly, 27(1), 95-106.
Author, A.A, & Author, B.B. (2010). Title of article. Title of Periodical, XX(X), xxx-xxx.
Where do we find the information to reference an article?
Orellana, M.F., Reynolds, J., Dorner, L., & Meza, M. (2003). In other words: Translating or para-phrasing as a family literacy practice in immigrant households. Reading Research Quarterly, 38(1), 12-34.
Marjorie Faultisch OrellanaJennifer ReynoldsLisa DornerMaria Meza
Info Needed to Properly Reference a Journal Article Last Name, I., & Last Name, I.(year).Title of article: Only caps on first word or Proper Names.Journal Title With All Caps and Underlined,Volume(issue),Page-numbers.Indent right second and following lines. Count four characters to the right.
PracticeCreate a reference for the following article
SolutionMcKeown, R. G., & Gentilucci, J. L. (2007). Think-aloud strategy: Metacognitive development and monitoring comprehension in the middle-school second-language classroom. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 51(2), 136- 147.
Info Needed to Properly Reference an Online DocumentAuthor, I.(year).Title of work.Retrieved on month, day, year from URL
Example of Online Document ReferenceAN INTRODUCTION TO CRITICAL THINKINGSteven D. SchafersmanJanuary, 1991http://www.freeinquiry.com/critical-thinking.html
Schafersman, S. D. (1991). An introduction to critical thinking. Retrieved march 16th, 2009, from http://www.freeinquiry.com/critical-thinking.html.
Practice: Write the appropriate reference for the following online documentTitle: WHAT IS CRITICAL LITERACY? Author: IRA SHORPlace: College of Staten Island, CUNYYear: 2007http://www.lesley.edu/journals/jppp/4/shor.html
We retrieved the article today!
SolutionShor, I. (2007). What is critical literacy? Retrieved march 15th, 2009, from http://www.lesley.edu/ journals/jppp/4/shor.html.
Find out the Characteristics of a Book Reference Glaser, B. G., & Strauss, A. L. (1999). The discovery of grounded theory: Strategies for qualitative research. New York: Aldine de Gruyter.
Kvale, S. (1996). Interviews: An introduction to qualitative research interviewing. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Merriam, S. B. (1998). Qualitative research and case study applications in education. San Francisco: Jossey- Bass Publishers.
US Cities Well-Known For PublicationBaltimoreBostonChicagoLos AngelesNew YorkPhiladelphiaSan Francisco
World Cities Well-Known For PublicationAmsterdamJerusalemLondonMilanMoscowParisRomeStockholmTokyo Vienna
Info Needed to Properly Reference a BookAuthor, I.(year).Title of book.City, State (Country):Publisher.
Where to Find the Info in a Book
Book Copyright Page
Heres the reference for this bookValds, G. (2001). Learning and not learning English: Latino students in American schools. New York: Teachers College Press.Author, I.(year).Title of book.City, State (Country):Publisher.
Practice: Reference the following book
Defago, N. (2005). Childfree and loving it! London: Fusion Press.
PracticeAuthor: David BartonPublisher: BlackwellTitle of Book: Literacy: An Introduction to the Ecology of Written LanguageYear of Publication: 1994City: Malden, M.A.
Barton, D. (1994). Literacy: An introduction to the ecology of written language. Malden, MA: Blackwell.
How about an Edited Book?
What makes a book edited?
In an edited book, several authors contribute with chapters
Info Needed to Properly Reference a Chapter from an Edited BookAuthor, I. (of chapter in book)(year).Title of chapter.In E. Editors First Initial First (Ed.),Title of book (pp. xxx-xxx)City, State (Country):Publisher.
How to reference an edited book1. Record the title of the chapter you referenced from, with the authors name. In this case:Moll, L. C. The diversity of schooling: A cultural-historical approach
2. Look for the editors names and for the year, city, and publishers name in the copyright page.
This is what the reference should look likeMoll, L.C. (2001). The diversity of schooling: A cultural-historical approach. In M.L. Reyes, & J.J.Halcn (Eds.), The best for our children: Critical perspectives on literacy for Latino students (pp. 13-28). New York: Teachers College Press.
Notice that the first initials of the editors come first before their last names. The title of the book is underlined.
Practice: Make an appropriate reference from an edited book based on the following informationBook Title: Family literacy: From theory to practice
Editors: Andrea DeBruin-Parecki and Barbara Krol-Sinclair
Chapter: Evaluating Adult/Child Interactive Reading Skills.
Author: Andrea DeBruin-Parecki
Year of Publication: 2003
City: Newark, DE
Publisher: International Reading Association
SolutionDeBruin-Parecki, A. (2003). Evaluating adult/child interactive reading skills. In A. DeBruin-Parecki, & B. Krol-Sinclair (Eds.), Family literacy: From theory to practice (pp. 282-302). Newark, DE: International Reading Association.
Although it comes at the end of your document, ALWAYS WORK ON IT!
All authors in alphabetical order.
If same author with different publications, cite most recent first.
PracticeEach student creates the APA reference list for their thesis sources.