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Reading a Works Cited Page Practice Worksheet

Name ___________________________________
Works Cited Practice
Date ________________
Examine the sample Works Cited page below and answer the questions that follow.
Works Cited
Blumenthal, Karen. Let me play: the story of Title IX, the law that changed the future of girls in
America. New York, Atheneum Books for Young Readers, 2005.
Casey, Maura. “Title IX Has Helped Women Make a Great Leap Forward.” Christian Science Monitor
14 April 1995. EBSCO. 4 October 2018.
Flanagan, Linda, and Susan H. Greenberg. "How Title IX Hurts Female Athletes." The Atlantic,
Atlantic Monthly Group, 27 Feb. 2012, www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2012/02/
how-title-ix-hurts-female-athletes/253525/. Accessed 1 Oct. 2018. Editorial.
Rothman, Lily. "How Title IX First Changed the World of Women's Sports." Time, 23 June 2017,
time.com/4822600/title-ix-womens-sports/. Accessed 4 Oct. 2018. Editorial.
Seeberg, Timothy J., and Jim Gigliotti. Sports in America. Facts on File, 2004.
How many entries are there on this Works Cited page?
2. Who is the author of the 2nd entry?
3. What medium (type of resource) is the 4th entry?
4. What is the title of the 1st entry?
5. On what date was the 3rd entry accessed?
6. What medium (type of resource) is the 1st entry?
7. In entry 2, Christian Science Monitor is an example of what?
8. Entry 2 includes EBSCO, what is that?
9. What type of spacing is used on a Works Cited page?
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