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Avoiding Plagiarism

Avoiding Plagiarism

Avoiding Plagiarism. Building Academic Integrity. Academic Misconduct.

By keladry
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Introducing the Narrative Essay

Introducing the Narrative Essay

Introducing the Narrative Essay. McLoughlin, John. Freed-Hardeman University 2007. The General Assignment. What is a narrative? “a story that makes a point” (McWhorter 208). Why do we tell stories?.

By MikeCarlo
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Preparation for the TAKS Test: Revising and Editing

Preparation for the TAKS Test: Revising and Editing

Preparation for the TAKS Test: Revising and Editing. But I Stink at Grammar!. Grammar Review. Commas Capitalizations Run-ons and Fragments Apostrophes Spelling Misplaced modifiers. Commas. Use commas:

By kalista
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Quoting, Paraphrasing, and Summarizing

Quoting, Paraphrasing, and Summarizing

Quoting, Paraphrasing, and Summarizing. You will need to know all three in order to best organize your information and your research writing. What is the difference?. Quoting Using the exact words of the author from the passage Quotation marks are around the words you took from the passage

By kareem
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Hours: Monday-Thursday 8 am-7 pm CPT review 9 am-2 pm Friday 8 am-3 pm No CPT review Saturday 9 am-3 pm No CPT review

Hours: Monday-Thursday 8 am-7 pm CPT review 9 am-2 pm Friday 8 am-3 pm No CPT review Saturday 9 am-3 pm No CPT review

Hours: Monday-Thursday 8 am-7 pm CPT review 9 am-2 pm Friday 8 am-3 pm No CPT review Saturday 9 am-3 pm No CPT review. Writing • Reading • Speech. www.valenciacc.edu/east/academicsuccess/writing. Building 4, room 120 (407) 582-2795. MLA Guidelines. The Communications Center

By acacia
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Assisting FFL students through the thesis writing process

Assisting FFL students through the thesis writing process

Assisting FFL students through the thesis writing process. Presenters: Session 3: Phan Thi Tuyet Nga Ho Chi Minh city, Nov., 2018. Assisting FFL students through the thesis writing process. Results and Discussion Conclusion References Abstract. Results.

By owen
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CRIMINOLOGY 220: RESEARCH METHODS IN CRIMINOLOGY JANUARY 21, 2013

CRIMINOLOGY 220: RESEARCH METHODS IN CRIMINOLOGY JANUARY 21, 2013

CRIMINOLOGY 220: RESEARCH METHODS IN CRIMINOLOGY JANUARY 21, 2013. Librarian (Surrey) Simon Fraser University. Today’ s class. Finding Background info (online CRIM resources) Finding books & articles Choosing a database or search tool Scholarly versus popular articles

By kasen
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Using Sources

Using Sources

Using Sources. Three Techniques Direct Quotation Using another person’s exact words Paraphrase Using another person’s ideas written in your own words Summary Greatly condensing another person’s main ideas written in your own words. Direct Quotation.

By qiana
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ENGL 1302 Dr. Rufel Ramos Revised 4/25/2014

ENGL 1302 Dr. Rufel Ramos Revised 4/25/2014

Discussion Activities : Collaborative & Discussion-Driven Activities on Argument & Documenting Sources. ENGL 1302 Dr. Rufel Ramos Revised 4/25/2014. Discussion Activity 1: Claims & Evidence (p.40). I. Identify either the Claim (Argumentative Thesis) as A) Good or B) Bad.

By inga
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Quotation Marks

Quotation Marks

Quotation Marks. By: J.R. Boots. Uses of Quotation marks. Quotation marks are used to designate spoken word in text. There are Direct quotation marks that are used to quote someone's words. Quotations are also used in writing article titles in text or in a bibliography.

By shanna
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Plagiarism, Citing, & Peer Review

Plagiarism, Citing, & Peer Review

Plagiarism, Citing, & Peer Review. Tosspon’s English 105 Heald College. Obvious Plagiarism. buying, stealing, or borrowing a paper (including, of course, copying an entire paper or article from the Web); .

By lali
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Online research

Online research

Online research. Used to write papers In-Text Citations When you quote, use info from, with the paragraphs of your paper Works Cited Page At the end of your paper, you must tell where the quote/info came from. Online Research: what to do with it!.

By gabe
(119 views)

Writing in MLA Style

Writing in MLA Style

Writing in MLA Style. Seventh Edition. A guide to in-text and reference citation methods. By Sarah Viehmann Writing Center Consultant. and. Michael Frizell , Writing Center Director. Formatting Basics. One-inch margins on all sides Easily readable typeface (Times New Roman is best)

By brant
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Today we will:

Today we will:

Today we will: . Continue discussing the best strategies for avoiding plagiarism; Look at MLA formatting for Works Cited pages; Continue our research process and begin drafting feeder 1.2. 1. Quotation Exercise.

By axel
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Linguistic Focus Prosody and Reading Fluency

Linguistic Focus Prosody and Reading Fluency

Linguistic Focus Prosody and Reading Fluency. Literacy Research Association meeting, December 2013. Paula J. Schwanenflugel and Matthew Westmoreland, University of Georgia Rebekah George Benjamin, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts Lilly Steiner and Carolyn Groff Monmouth University.

By hoai
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AC Agenda for October 4, 2012

AC Agenda for October 4, 2012

AC Agenda for October 4, 2012. Warm Up: Review your analysis of the prompt and be ready to share. Sharing our thinking on: Analyzing prompt (Verb order? Audience?) Review in-text citation for quotations and paraphrases and Works Cited format.

By adair
(132 views)

Using Sources Effectively A Guide to research & writing

Using Sources Effectively A Guide to research & writing

Using Sources Effectively A Guide to research & writing. Writing Center – Irvine Campus.

By avery
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Capitalization in Sentences

Capitalization in Sentences

Skill Focus: E1.18(A) use conventions of capitalization STAAR/EOC Readiness Standard Writing Coach pages 546-550. Capitalization in Sentences. RULE 1: Capitalize the first word in all sentences . Examples: M y sister visited London last summer. D id she see Buckingham Palace?.

By khalil
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Do Now Today’s Title: Making Assertions

Do Now Today’s Title: Making Assertions

Do Now Today’s Title: Making Assertions. In your notebook, get ready for a practice quiz: Title: Practice Quiz for Citations Number it #1-5. #1. What are citations? A.) Writing in your paper that mentions fun facts about your topic. B.) Quotations in your paper.

By orien
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Incorporating Quotations

Incorporating Quotations

Incorporating Quotations. 5 Paragraph Essay. When using quotations…. Be sure it is cited . Be sure it isn’t lonely . Be sure it makes sense . 1. Be sure it is cited…. Direct quotation or paraphrasing must be cited.

By jensen
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