Thursday, September 28, 2006
“Alex, I’ll take ‘Red Lights’ for 10.”
“The answer is, 'If you use a signal, it may help to use this as well.'”
“What is an explanatory parenthetical?”
Did someone say that learning citation isn’t fun? Now you and your students can play ALWD Jeopardy, 3d edition. Darby Dickerson’s lively powerpoints—not just the Jeopardy game but many, many more citation instruction powerpoints (e.g., lessons on citing statutes, books and treatises, using signals, punctuating and editing quotations, even comparison tables for ALWD and Bluebook)—are available as free downloads from Aspen’s new web site for the ALWD Citation Manual.