2.08 Works Cited Questions Worksheet English 2

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Works Cited Questions Worksheet

Part A: Create your Works Cited page here. Remember to follow the formatting instructions in the lesson.
Hanley, Charles J. "Abolishing Nukes: Flicker of Hope to Global Cause." Msnbc.com. The Associated Press, 2010. Web. 10 Aug. 2014.

"A Brief Look at Pertinent Articles of the Geneva Conventions on the Laws of Warfare." (2006): n.Web. 10 Aug. 2014.

"US, UN Condemn New Gaza Violence." BBC News. N.p., 2014. Web. 10 Aug. 2014.

Part B: Identify specific information from your sources that can be used as supporting evidence in your essay.
From the Gaza article, I will be pulling out examples of violation of human rights that are happening now to support my essay about the human rights issue of weapons against humans. The main example will be that Israelis are bombing Palestinians in order to make” peace.”
From the Nukes article, I will be taking out information on how many people are trying to ban the use of nuclear bombs which will benefit future generations. From this article it names many countries that use or build theses bombs.
From the Geneva article, I will be pulling out and supporting how the use of weapons against innocent human beings is a violation of their rights.

Source 1: Re-type or copy and paste the information for your first source (alphabetically) here. Use correct MLA format.
Hanley, Charles J. "Abolishing Nukes: Flicker of Hope to Global Cause." Msnbc.com. The Associated Press, 2010. Web. 10 Aug. 2014.

Source 1: Answer the following questions about your first source here:

What information from this source seems the most important? Include at least two specific quotations, facts, statistics or pieces of evidence.
The most important information from this article is when it tells on why they want these bombs to be banned. They explain the pros of banning these bombs, and who can lead the way to their abolishment. Also I liked that they include the issues that may be holding back some



Cited: Hanley, Charles J. "Abolishing Nukes: Flicker of Hope to Global Cause." Msnbc.com. The Associated Press, 2010. Web. 10 Aug. 2014. "A Brief Look at Pertinent Articles of the Geneva Conventions on the Laws of Warfare." (2006): n.Web. 10 Aug. 2014. "US, UN Condemn New Gaza Violence." BBC News. N.p., 2014. Web. 10 Aug. 2014. Hanley, Charles J. "Abolishing Nukes: Flicker of Hope to Global Cause." Msnbc.com. The Associated Press, 2010. Web. 10 Aug. 2014. "A Brief Look at Pertinent Articles of the Geneva Conventions on the Laws of Warfare." (2006): n. pag. Web. 10 Aug. 2014. "US, UN Condemn New Gaza Violence." BBC News. N.p., 2014. Web. 10 Aug. 2014.

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