This module provides a more in-depth look at Microsoft Word, including how to format lists, paragraphs and documents, create tables, and format and cite sources using MLA guidelines.
In this unit, students will learn about: formatting including lists, headers and footers, titles and styles, alignment, and page sizing and orientation.
1. Top 10 List
2. Make a Quiz
3. Create an Invitation
In this unit, students will learn: why tables are used; the parts of a table; how to plan, create, and delete tables; and how to enter information into tables.
1. Organizing with Tables
2. Planning and Creating a Table
In this unit, students will: learn about style guides, use MLA guidelines to format a document, and use Microsoft tools to insert in-text citations and a Works Cited page based on MLA guidelines.
1. Introduction to Style Guides
2. Formatting a Document Using MLA
3. Adding In-Text Citations
4. Creating a Works Cited Page
This project is part of a larger group of projects based around a single theme about well-known people. Prior to beginning any of the projects, students need to generate a list of well-known people from a specific profession. Read the "Who's Who Project Guid" for information.
In this project, students research and then write a brief biography about one of the well-known people using MLA guidelines. The document will also include a table. (Note: To simplify this project, students are not required to follow MLA guidelines for the table.)
1. Who is This Person