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1 What is…….. a disease caused by rats? the practice of wearing plaid kilts (skirts) plagiarism

2 What can you do to avoid plagiarism? 1.Directly quote your source using the words: according to According to Plato, At the touch of love everyone becomes a poet. [http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/topics/topic_love] 2.Directly quote your source using words like : states / stated / has stated /says /said / tells / told Barack Obama once said, A change is brought about because ordinary people do extraordinary things. [http://www.goodreads.com/author/quotes/6356.Barack_Obama] Where did I find this quote? Where did this quote come from?

3 3. Take the information and write it in your own words = paraphrasing Make sure you TELL your reader the source of your information using: 1.in-text citations You put a short reference inside the text to show the reader the source of information (Mole, 2013). 2.reference section You list all the sources you used in the reference section at the end of your paper. Mole, Bonnie (2013, September). Plagiarism, Dont Do It. Guidelines for Success at University, p. 5. AND THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT………

4 Is the material somebody elses idea? Are these my own words? no Yes Direct Quote ……… yes Paraphrasing Citation: a short reference in the text showing where you got the information. References: More details on the sources of your information at the end of the paper.

5 Paraphrasing

6 Gangnam Style the UK's first K-pop number one Page last updated at 09:21 GMT, Monday, 1 October :21 UK By Greg Cochrane Chances are by now youll either have seen, or know someone who has seen the video for Psys track Gangnam Style. Thats because since its release in mid-July its been clicked on more than 220 million times. Right now, its racking up an average of 10 million new views each day. Its a colourful, over-the-top, hilarious pastiche of commercial pop videos and sees Psy debut his now internationally famous horse riding dance. Gangnam Style by rap star, Psy, is the first K-pop video to reach number one in the UK. Its been viewed more than 220 million times since it came out in mid-July with millions more people watching it every day. The video is a very funny parody of pop videos and features Psys celebrated horse riding dance now recognized by fans all over the world. Cochrane, Greg. (October 1, 2012) With your partner, discuss which words and phrases have been paraphrased. What words and structures have been changed?

7 Gangnam Style the UK's first K-pop number one Page last updated at 09:21 GMT, Monday, 1 October :21 UK By Greg Cochrane Chances are by now youll either have seen, or know someone who has seen the video for Psys track Gangnam Style. Thats because since its release in mid-July its been clicked on more than 220 million times. Right now, its racking up an average of 10 million new views each day. Its a colourful, over-the-top, hilarious pastiche of commercial pop videos and sees Psy debut his now internationally famous horse riding dance. Gangnam Style by rap star, Psy, is the first K-pop video to reach number one in the UK. Its been viewed more than 220 million times since it came out in mid-July with millions more people watching it every day. The video is a very funny parody of pop videos and features Psys celebrated horse riding dance now recognized by fans all over the world. Cochrane, Greg. (October 1, 2012) With your partner, highlight which words and phrases have been paraphrased. What words have been changed? What structures have been changed?

8 Gangnam Style the UK's first K-pop number one Page last updated at 09:21 GMT, Monday, 1 October :21 UK By Greg Cochrane Chances are by now youll either have seen, or know someone who has seen the video for Psys track Gangnam Style. Thats because since its release in mid-July its been clicked on more than 220 million times. Right now, its racking up an average of 10 million new views each day. Its a colourful, over-the-top, hilarious pastiche of commercial pop videos and sees Psy debut his now internationally famous horse riding dance. Gangnam Style by rap star, Psy, is the first K-pop video to reach number one in the UK. Its been viewed more than 220 million times since it came out in mid- July with millions more people watching it every day. The video is a very funny parody of pop videos and features Psys celebrated horse riding dance now recognized by fans all over the world. Cochrane, Greg. (October 1, 2012)

9 Korean-speaking Elephant An elephant in Korea has become a language student. Koshik, a 22-year-old male elephant, is already fluent in speaking "elephantese," but he is now trying to learn the Korean language Hangul. Researchers said Koshik has been listening to human speech for many years and has slowly learned to imitate it. He can now say the Korean for hello, sit down, no, lie down, good, not yet, and yes. Researchers asked 16 Koreans to listen to 47 recordings of Koshik. They could all understand what he was saying. The researchers gave a few reasons why they think Koshik can talk. One possibility is that he has a very close relationship with his trainer, Kim Jong-gab. Mr Kim often sleeps near Koshik to keep him company. The trainer talks to him every day, so Koshik copied what he heard. Another is that the elephant is lonely and wants to communicate with people and have friends. The research team said the way Koshik makes sounds is very uncommon - he uses his trunk to reproduce human speech. They said he is much better at making vowel sounds than consonant sounds. Trainer Kim Jong-gab said he has one more phrase that he wants to teach Koshik - "Saranghae," or "I love you. SOURCES: Associated Press - The Korean Herald -

10 student fluent imitate understand reason talk communicate makes uncommon reproduce phrase 1. Use your dictionaries to find synonyms for each of the following words. They can be single words or phrases.

11 Note: If you copy something directly from the article, remember to put it in direct quotes ….. When you summarize you dont have to include every piece of information. You only have to include the most important points. 2. Summarize and paraphrase the article by: changing words changing structures

12 Amazingly, a 22-year-old elephant named Koshik has learned to say quite a few Korean words including hello, sit down, no, lie down, good, not yet, and yes. In a research project, 16 Koreans listened to 47 recordings of Koshik. None of them had trouble understanding the sounds he was making. How is this possible? Well, Koshik has been listening to people talking for a long time. He has bonded closely with his trainer who speaks with him daily. Maybe out of his desire for friendly interaction, Koshik has been trying to copy the speech he has heard. He has figured out he can imitate human sounds by using his trunk in a way unusual for elephants. Koshiks trainer is waiting for the day his student says Saranghae which means I love you.


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