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Research Terminology 1.paraphrase 2.plagiarism 3.direct quote 4.secondary source 5.primary source 6.trustworthy 7.reputable 8.encyclopedia 9.periodical 10.summary
Paraphrase Meaning: to put another person’s thoughts or writing into your own words
Plagiarism To copy another person’s thoughts or writings without giving him or her credit. Sentence: The student was expelled from the university for plagiarism!
Direct Quote Someone else’s exact words.
Primary Source Meaning: information from someone who actually lived through or witnessed an event.
Secondary Source Meaning: Research written by others about an event; not an eye-witness account
Trustworthy Meaning: Someone you can trust to be honest
Bias Meaning: prejudice or favoritism toward a group or toward an idea. Sentence: I think my mom is the best ________ in the world, but I am biased.
Reputable Meaning: a person who is reliable and trustworthy Sentence: Be careful to only use your credit card to buy goods from a reputable store.
Periodical Meaning: a text that is published regularly (once a month, once a week, quarterly). Sentence: Some periodicals, like Time magazine, have an online version.
Summarize Meaning: shortening a text to only include the important ideas
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