Alexander- Romeo and Juliet
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Reference:Bloom's how to write about William Shakespeare (Copy: 34180000302983) LIT. RES. 809 SHAWilliam Shakespeare : comedies & romances (Copy: 34180000107326) LIT. RES. 809 SHAComing of age in William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet (Copy: 34180000305180) LIT. RES. 809 SHAElizabethan drama (Copy: 34180000304373) LIT. RES. 809 SHA Romeo and Juliet (Copy: 34180000304409) LIT. RES. 809 SHA ROMRomeo and Juliet (Copy: 34180000309019) LIT. RES. 809 SHAA Student's Guide to William Shakespeare (Copy: 34180000306824) LIT. RES. 809 SHAWilliam Shakespeare (Copy: 34180000306829) LIT. RES. 809 SHAWilliam Shakespeare : romances (Copy: 34180000306840) LIT. RES. 809 SHAWilliam Shakespeare : tragedies (Copy: 34180000306833) LIT. RES. 809 SHAShakespearean Criticism (Copy: 34180000102076) 822.33 Sha v. 1Shakespearean criticism (Copy: 34180000102077) 822.33 Sha v. 2Shakespearean criticism (Copy: 34180000102078) 822.33 Sha v. 3Shakespearean criticism (Copy: 34180000102079) 822.33 Sha v. 4Shakespearean criticism (Copy: 34180000102081) 822.33 Sha v. 6Shakespearean criticism (Copy: 34180000102082) 822.33 Sha v. 7 Shakespearean criticism (Copy: 34180000102083) 822.33 Sha v. 8Critical companion to William Shakespeare. Volume II : a literary reference to his life and work (Copy: 34180000306845) 822.6 SHA V. 2
Psychology:Shakespeare on masculinity (Copy: 34180006002885) 822.3 WEL Almost a psychopath : do I (or does someone I know) have a problem with manipulation and lack of empathy? (Copy: 34180006001945) 616.85 SCHThe encyclopedia of depression (Copy: 34180000101405) 616.85 RoeInventing ourselves : the secret life of the teenage brain (Copy: 34180004004131) 612.6 BLAMental illness (Copy: 34180006006878) 616.89 BER
How emotions are made : the secret life of the brain (Copy: 34180004002689) 152.4 BARInventing ourselves : the secret life of the teenage brain (Copy: 34180004004131) 612.6 BLAThe adolescent brain : learning, reasoning, and decision making (Copy: 34180004004933) 155.5 ADO
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CITING YOUR SOURCES:
There are a lot of websites on the internet (anyone can make a website!), and many of them are based on people's opinions, outdated data, or questionable information. It is important to be able to tell these apart from reliable sources that are current, authoritative, and accurate. In order to do this, you can apply the C.R.A.P. test for evaluating resources, which was developed by Molly Beestrum, and is used by educators and students. The link below to Evaluating Websites is to a website that delves into the specifics of how to evaluate a resource, and be sure it is something that you want to use in your research.
Evaluating WebsitesThis website, part of Colorado Community Colleges Online, explains how to evaluate websites using the C.R.A.P. test. Comprehensive and easy to understand, it's an excellent resource for teaching students to evaluate websites.
One of the most important things when writing a report or researching is to give credit to your sources. This is called CITING your sources, and the links below will help you to do that properly. PLAGIARISM is when you copy an idea or quote and do not give credit, so it is important to cite not only quotes, but paraphrased ideas as well. You can use the links below to help you ensure that you are giving credit properly and effectively.
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