How do you put a tv show title in your paper does it go in quotations?
The way I was taught in high school that helped me to remember when to use quotations and when to underline was: if you could hang the thing in question on a string with a clothespin, the quotes were the clothespin. If it was too heavy for that it needed to be put on a shelf(underlined). Examples: A magazine article "(Article Title)" A scholarly paper "(Paper title here)" A book (Book Title here) -------------------
Yes, I believe that is the proper way to do it. You put the title of the movie in italics, and the year it was made in parentheses. For example, the Sixth Sense (1999) or Forrest Gump (1994). However, if it is a short film, then I believe you are supposed to put the title in quotations instead of italics. Similar to how titles of novels are italicized, while titles of short stories are put…
What do you title the list of the sources you cite in the paper and where do you put it on the page?
The title of the list of the sources you use in your essay/research paper will vary depending on the citation style. For MLA essays the title is "Works Cited", for APA essays the title is "References", for Harvard essays the title is "Reference List" and for Chicago/Turabian essays the title is "Bibliography"
No. Book Titles are either underlined or italicized. Either one but not both. Quotations are only used for dialogue, stating someone else's words, and putting your own connotation on the word. example: My mom punished me because I behaved so "badly" at school; I was late to class. If you're typing then you should italics to mark the titles of books. If you are writing then you should underline the title.
It depends on what the topic of the essay is. If it's a character analysis, it's generally a good idea to put the character's name in the title. A comparison paper should have a binding link in the title. If your doing a research paper, such as American legal systems of the Great Depression and how it is reflected in "To Kill a Mockingbird", come up with a title for that. The topic at hand…
There are a number of ways to designate a title for a book, movie, TV show, poem, etc. They are to put the name between quote marks, to italicize or bold, or to underline the title. Whichever you use, be sure to capitalize the first letters of each word in a title. But if your teacher insists that there is only one proper way, do it that way.
In an APA paper people should put all the relevant data for the footnote. Copyright footnotes begin with the word "Note." For a copyright note from a periodical, the following information is also required: the article title in parenthesis; the author(s); the date of publication; the title of the publication; the volume; and the page number.