A concise, handy guidebook for teaching correct MLA-style citation to middle and high school researchers. MLA Made Easy: Citation Basics for Beginners offers an effective way to introduce proper research citing to those who are new to research and the MLA style. Full of examples and practical tips, it provides teachers with everything they need to help even the most reluctant middle- and high school student researchers create accurate, complete citations in the MLA format. MLA Made Easy includes instructions and examples for citing all common sources, from reference books to websites, as well as online databases, magazines, interviews, and videos. Coverage is divided into three parts: how to create citations for the works cited page, parenthetical documentation, and research paper formatting. Based on the 2009 revision of the MLA Handbook, it offers clear, precise, and up-to-date guidelines for showing students in their formative research experiences the importance of correctly citing their sources.