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Citing Chicago Style: Chicago Style Paper

Used by History classes in Grades 9-12.

Paper Format

The following are requirements for any formal writing assignment that requires research or use of materials beyond the textbook in history courses taught to students in grades 9-12.

Paper Format

  1. A cover page.
  2. Body of paper.
  3. A Notes page (Endnotes OR Footnotes - consult your teacher).
    • Endnotes on a separate page with the heading Notes.
    • Endnotes page shall include a page number.
  4. Bibliography OR Annotated Bibliography page shall include a page number with the heading Bibliography or Annotated Bibliography.

Specific tips

  • For website citations, disable the hyperlink option in Word by clicking on Tools>Auto correct>Auto format
  • Illustrations shall include a label that includes the title of the illustration and where it is housed or located.

Help Session Handouts

NoodleTools Handout

Google Docs Handouts

Microsoft Word Handout

Pages on iPad Handout

What is the difference between the Note & Bibliographic citation format for a source?