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Paraphrasing, Summary and Quotation

Paraphrasing, Summary and Quotation

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Author: Caitlin Malik
Description:

To instruct students in appropriate use of paraphrasing, summary and quotation.

 

Essential Questions:

Other than citation, how else can I avoid plagiarizing?

What is paraphrasing?

What is summary?

What are quotations?

How do I use all three appropriately and effectively?

 

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Tutorial

 

Tutorial Aspects:

  1. What is paraphrasing?
  2. What is summary?
  3. What is quotation?
  4. How do I use these skills?

 

Learning Plan: watch / read ppt. or video. Both contain similar information.

PPT

HeLIOS

www.library.weber.edu/ref/hstutorial/.../QuoteParaphraseSummarize972003

Video

ESL 501

http://esl501sz.blogspot.com/2013/02/day-11-summary-quotation-paraphrase.html

 

Focus on tutorial aspects

 

Self test on Avoiding Plagiarism Worksheet here:

http://esl501sz.blogspot.com/2013/02/day-11-summary-quotation-paraphrase.html

 

Thursday Class Prep:

Be ready to practice all three skills on material provided in class.

 

Friday Class: practice through a plagiarism game:

http://www.lycoming.edu/library/instruction/tutorials/plagiarismGame.aspx

 

** students who have not completed certification from Tutorial One will need to do so in this class **