Organize notes flexibly What notes have similar titles or topics? Pile them together Add them to your outline What if I make new combinations of notes? What other ways can I order my outline? Do new grouping suggest new ways to analyze what I know? New ideas? New questions?
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Your new notecards are waiting on the tabletop
Add colors and cues to remind yourself what needs to be done and whats important.
Create a new pile from your highlighted notecards
Piles are possible subtopics for an outline
Build your outline on-the-fly… Look for options
How to tell if you are plagiarizing? Are my own word being used?
Tips for effective paraphrasing: 1.Statement must be in your own words. 2.If you use any phrases that are in the original quote, place them in quotation marks. 3.Add a citation – even if a paraphrase is in your own words, it is still someone elses idea. 4.Having difficulty paraphrasing? Make a short list of the quotes main idea and words that relate to it. Incorporate the concepts and words in your paraphrase.