Michelle Obama Comment by Kimberly Carter: Include heading in MLA format
Dr. Kimberly Carter
April 13, 2020
Write an introduction to your anthology. The introduction should state explicitly the topic/theme of your collection. The introduction should also show that you are knowledgeable about the subject. If you cite any information (i.e. quote, summarize, or paraphrase) in your introduction, be sure to include the full bibliographic information on a work cited page at the end of your anthology.
Mandair, Dalvinder, et al. “Prostate Cancer And The Influence Of Dietary Factors And Comment by Kimberly Carter: Include FULL bibliographic information in MLA format.
Supplements: A Systematic Review.” Nutrition & Metabolism 11.1 (2014): 1-23. Academic Search Complete. Web. 9 July 2015.
Four to five sentence summary of the article. For example, this article summarized the effects of a study to determine the impact of food and supplements on prostate cancer. The results were… the study was conducted in 2000… This article is related to my anthology because blah, blah, blah. Comment by Kimberly Carter: Each annotation should be a minimum of 100 words. The annotation is 40% summary and 60% analysis (Why is this literary work included in your anthology)?
Prostate Cancer Screening. Films On Demand. Films Media Group, 2009. Web. 9 July 2015.
Four to five sentence summary of the film. Another four to five sentences explaining why it is included in this anthology.
Rohrmann, Sabine, Elizabeth A. Platz, Claudine J. Kavanaugh, Lucy Thuita, Sandra C. Hoffman, Comment by Kimberly Carter: The sources should be in alphabetical order by the author(s) last name.
and Kathy J. Helzlsouer. “Meat and Dairy Consumption and Subsequent Risk of Prostate Cancer in a Us Cohort Study.” Cancer Causes & Control. 18.1 (2007): 41-50. Print.
Four to five sentence summary of the article. Another four to five sentences explaining why it is included in this anthology. Comment by Kimberly Carter: Your anthology will have a minimum of ten sources.
Works Cited Comment by Kimberly Carter: Only include this page if you cited something in the introduction.
Be sure to include full bibliographic information in alphabetical order in MLA format for any information that was cited in the introduction only. This includes quotes, summarize and/or paraphrased information. Summarizing and paraphrasing someone else’s thoughts requires an in-text citation and the full bibliographic information on the works cited page!!!