The research citation experts over at the M.L.A. just released their 2021 edition of the handbook. Do you know the differences between the 8th and 9th editions? If not, join me for this quick overview of the rule changes that’ll impact students this fall:

My set of MLA 9th Edition teaching materials:
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/MLA-9th-Edition-2021-MLA-in-text-citations-works-cited-PDF-Google-Drive-466500?st=e4a44def4a3ffb232d8e81ae6baf605d

Want a sample front page reference sheet? Download a free copy here:
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/MLA-Paper-Formatting-FREE-Handout-to-Model-MLA-Front-Page-Submission-Format-1605242?st=4e5cd8099117ae5d5663a4a39511c1be

Teach on and stay cool, teacher friend!

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