Writing Process

Below you will find a variety of sources to assist with both the writing process and MLA formatting. 
Baby Steps - Response ot Literature dos and don'ts
 Dos - All specific to thesisDo Nots 

Do answer questions asked as a thesis statement

Do name author/ work/ limited plot in intro

Do restate thesis in conclusion

Do connect first line of all paragraphs to thesis

Do outline, revise, write, revise, rewrite, revise, etc until perfect

 Do not TBA
Citations made easy.  This color coded guide is a simple way to make sure
citations are being done accurately.

MLA formatting and style directions for your essay needs.
owl guide

Citation machine.  Choose the format type (MLA, APA, etc.), then choose your
resource type, then just type in the necessary information. Quick and easy
steps and the formatting is configured for you!
Citation Machine

Having trouble deciding on how to write a well structured thesis statement? 
Using this website and what we've learned in class you are guaranteed to succeed!
Thesis Statement

Forming a strong a persuasive paragraph can be made very simple.  Following a
set of steps each time you write will make your essays easier to develop and
have a better flow for the reader.
Paragraph Formatting

Prewriting --> Drafting --> Revising --> Proofreading --> Publishing - In just
a few steps your writing can go from blossoming ideas to a loved work of
The Writing Process