1) Go to the OWL at Purdue and look at the Sample MLA Works Cited List: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/12/
2) Then, using easybib.com, and a bit of very easy web research, PATIENTLY work your way though creating a Works Cited List of your own with the following four sources: Chocolat, “The Wages of Sin”, “The Cabmen’s Cafes”, and “Marco Zapata’s Last Supper” (this will be getting you ahead for Essay 2, and this part of the process takes practice; the website isn’t perfect, but it is self-explanatory--it tells you all the info you need to plug in).
3) Read the Summary Handout (page 4 in course reader) then, write a 1-4 sentence summary for the same four sources as above.
4) Read What is a Primary Source? (page 5 in course reader), then read an example of a primary source—the excerpt from Anthony Bourdain’s A Cook’s Travels (pp. 53-57 in course reader). We'll talk about this piece in class on Monday.
ALL WORK MUST BE REMITTED IN HARD COPY,