-In particular, reread the section on the BODY of the letter. Remember - concise, to the point!
-Go here for an example of how your letter should be formatted on the page. Use this as your guide.
-Go here for my suggestions about how to structure the content of your letter.
-Maintain your formal tone: no abbreviations, no contractions!
-Remember we want to avoid parenthetical citations, so structure your sentences with embedded evidence such that you don't need parenthetical citations.
2. In order to make clear which sources you are referencing in your letter, include (in the concluding paragraph) a line such as:
"If you would like to read more from the sources I have referenced, I have provided citations below. "
After your signature you can list your citations just like you normally would for MLA, but without the "Works Cited" title.
This would also be a good place to include any tables or charts you think strengthen your assertions.