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.
Unit: Formatting Lists, Paragraphs, and Documents
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
Unit: Working with Tables
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
Unit: Completing a Report Using MLA
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
Project: Who's Who - Who is This Person
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 biographyh 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