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In order to give credit where credit is due, one should ALWAYS cite the source of the information. This is called a bibliography. If you use someone else's information without giving them credit, you are STEALING their intellectual property. There are several different ways to properly cite the work. Please check one of the boxes below for more details.
Sometimes it is easier to do a bibliography when you can see where to put the information on a graph. With the help of teachers at various grade levels, these are the graphs that have been developed. There is no graph for 6th graders because they are supposed to be able to follow directions for correctly citing a source. If you get stuck, use the Citation Machine.
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