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Citing Your Sources
What's citing? Well, citing is what you do so that you don't get in trouble when you borrow information from other people. There are many different ways to cite, but I'm going to make it a little easier on you. Below, find a link to a great citation generator by clicking on the image.
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Welcome to Ancient China!
Hello! This libguide was created specifically for Ms. Davis's and Ms. deLeuw's sixth grade Social Studies classes. The sources on this page are geared toward their research assignment covering certain topics in the scope of Ancient China. However, if you are interested in this topic too, and you aren't part of the class, feel free to use this as a resource.
You'll need your Monterey Public Library card to access these databases. Your User ID is your full library card number. Your password, if you didn't set it yourself, is the last four (4) digits of the telephone number associated with your library account.
Find links to good websites that cab help you with your research.
How to Evaluate Websites
How to Create a Basic PowerPoint Presentation
Your assignment will be a PowerPoint presentation. If you've never made a professional PowerPoint for class before, here is a brief tutorial that goes over the basic functions of PowerPoint.
Make Your PowerPoint Presentation Successful
PowerPoints can be easy to make, but sometimes it's hard to know just how much information to include on each slide, and how to keep your presentation interesting. Here's a video with some suggestions.
Tips for Good Oral Presentations
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(Just because Monterey Public Library doesn't have it, doesn't mean nobody does! See what titles other libraries have, and how close these libraries are to you!)
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