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MLA Made Fun and Easy! 6/17/20 to 6/24/20

June 17, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

MLA Made Fun and Easy!

MLA Made Fun and Easy!

Multiple Session Class

One hour sessions once a week for two weeks


High School and College Students: rising 9th-College/Adult (14-college/adult)

This workshop will teach students everything that they need to know about MLA style for college writing. Over two interactive sessions, students will learn to format and cite their work in MLA style. The first session will focus on how to correctly format a research paper or essay in MLA format, as well as how to cite primary and secondary sources used for the paper. Additionally, since most high school and college students are required to give oral presentations, the second session will focus on how to cite sources in a presentation format. Citing written work correctly is imperative! Failure to cite work correctly can lead to a high school or college student receiving a “0” mark for an assignment, or possibly worse, an honor infraction. This workshop will equip students to identify what information needs to be cited, to avoid plagiarism, and to execute that formatting and citing correctly and confidently.

Max of 8 students


Wednesday 6/17 and Wednesday 6/24 from 6:00-7:00 p.m.


Lauren Cannavo

Client Specialist | SAT/ACT Prep, Middle and High School English Tutor

Mrs. Cannavo graduated from the University of Virginia with a degree in Psychology. She spent eight years managing a longitudinal research project on Adolescent Development which helped her develop a deep understanding of the science of the teenage brain, as well as how to harness and encourage their motivation. Mrs. Cannavo realized that as much as she liked studying teenagers, she would find more satisfaction in having direct relationships with them through teaching. She completed a Career Switcher Program at Shenandoah University through the Department of Education, and currently teaches English at Riverbend High School. She finds deep satisfaction in helping her students become better writers and find their own voice, as well as helping them find books they enjoy and aiding them in increasing their literary analysis skills. Mrs. Cannavo strives to facilitate students’ growth by helping them realize and harness their potential. In her free time Mrs. Cannavo enjoys reading, having game nights with friends, and hiking with her husband.

Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from the University of Virginia

Teaches: English, Math, and Study Skills


June 17, 2020
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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