Blog Topic: The blog is an opportunity to research various topics that might interest you about the Elizabethan age. For example, you might want to research further William Shakespeare, “Twelfth Night” celebration, the Shakespeare production of Twelfth Night in 1601-02, the Elizabethan theater, the Elizabethan Age, Elizabethan customs, cross-dressing, Elizabethan drama, Elizabethan actors, or William Shakespeare.
Blog Guidelines: Click the “Student Blog Example” link below the Rubric for a Quick Review for Citing Your Two Sources using MLA documentation.
(1) Write a short paragraph for each source, summarizing and paraphrasing the information.
(2) Identify the author or the title of the article in the signal phrase of the first sentence of each paragraph such as “Mary Brown observes . . . .” or in the article, “William Shakespeare Biography,” we learn that . . .This is the preferred way of citing today. However you may still use the parenthetical citation for the author’s name or partial title of the article.
(3) Also, use the parenthetical citation for citing a page number in a book. The period follows the last parenthesis of the parenthetical citation. “. . . (63).