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Art Imitates Life: The Renaissance: Citation Tools

A research guide for Mr. Maher's CP World History Course

Chicago Citation Requirements

Part of of the requirements for this project is to include all the sources used in the project within a works cited page, as well as in-text citations to support any claims made. You are using Chicago Style to cite your sources, please feel free to use the following resources to guide your writing.

Chicago Style Samples

Chicago Style Guides

Mr. Tamburro's Important Documents

  • Sample Annotated Bibliography
  • Annotated Bibliography Rubric
  • How to Synthesize Sources

A couple of things to note about Chicago Style citations and writing...

There are two types of citations that you will be expected to include:

  • Footnotes
    • They work as your "in-text" citations
    • To be included at the bottom of the page after you cite a specific source (i.e. direct quote or paraphrase)
    • In Google Docs: CTRL+ALT+F
  • Corresponding Bibliographical entry 
    • They work as your "works cited" page
    • Annotated Bibliographies: Include all bibliography citations with a topic summary and annotation questions provided by Mr. Tamburro.
    • Final Paper: Include all bibliography citations in the last page of your paper. No annotations required. 

Chicago Citation Basics

For your report you must include two types of citations:

Footnotes Citations

  • When you cite something in your paper, you should insert a footnote 
  • Google docs will automatically give it a number and a corresponding space at the bottom of the page
  • Example

1. Firstname Lastname, “Title of Web Page,” Publishing Organization or Name of Website in Italics, publication date and/or access date if available, URL.

 

Bibliography Citation

  • Sometimes called "works cited" or "sources"
  • Are included at the end of your paper on a separate page in alphabetical order
  • Example (2nd line should be indented)

‚ÄčLastname, Firstname. “Title of Web Page.” Publishing Organization or Name of Website in ItalicsPublication date and/or access date if available. URL.

The Original TMNT