Thursday, March 11, 2010

Maybe these?

http://camellia.shc.edu/literacy/tablesversion/quizzes/quiz6.htm

http://writingtutorial.niu.edu/writingtutorial/style/quizzes/MLA.htm

http://unitproj.library.ucla.edu/col/bruinsuccess/03/quiz.cfm http://anywhere.tennessee.edu/iei/laap/eng1010/mla/practice.htm http://www.lib.usm.edu/legacy/tutorials/mlatutorial/quiz.php?type=pre http://library.albany.edu/usered/plagiarism/page8.html http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0072873469/student_view0/avoiding_plagiarism_tutorial/citing_sources/works_cited_quiz.html http://collegewriting.us/1101/MLAQuiz.aspx

7 comments:

Stephanie Marie said...

many of these links are interesting and helpful, I wasn't quite sure the point of them at first but now i get it.

Stephanie Marie said...

many of these links are interesting and helpful, I wasn't quite sure the point of them at first but now i get it.

JaNet G. said...

Very Useful Links Mr.Peters.

Rodrigo said...

I tried a couple of these, I guess I still need some practice. Who would go through all these, they probably would have to be board out of their mind.

Aubri_Gonzalez said...

These links were helpful and interesting.

Justin Burton said...

I agree with Rodrigo, very useful but you have to have some time to kill on your hands. It is a good way to test your MLA skills though.

Guadalupe said...

valuable websites, that i should have used during my first essay, the MLA on that was horrible. WEll i can say i have learned alot, especially since the deathmatch happend also.