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What is it? Let’s decide as a class.
They don’t know that Park University doesn’t allow plagiarism They don’t understand what plagiarism is International students don’t like making mistakes in their English, so they use English that someone else has written because they know it is correct In some cultures knowledge is to be shared— it doesn’t belong to an individual
The 1 st time I receive a zero on the essay. The 2 nd time I receive an F in the class for the semester. I might be expelled from the university. I might lose my F-1 visa.
Cite Paraphrase Summarize
If your citation is less than 3 typed lines, put quotations around it and end with the author’s name and the page number in parentheses. Example: “You can identify Americans anywhere in the world because of their behavior” (Hall and Hall 140).
The last page of your essay is titled “Works Cited” Put all resources that you quoted on this page See OWL Purdue for information about how to cite sources http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/7 47/02/ http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/7 47/02/
When you paraphrase something, you write the ideas in your own words.
6 Steps to Effective Paraphrasing 1. Read the passage several times. 2. Don’t look at the original. Write what you remember of the important ideas on a note card. 3. Put a title on the top of the note card about the subject.
6 steps, continued 4. Reread the original to make sure you have the right ideas. 5. Use quotation marks around any phrases you have copied exactly. 6. Write down the source (title, author, publisher, date, page number) so that you can cite it if you use it in your paper.
A summary is a short statement giving the main ideas of a passage.
Find a paragraph in one of your books and type it up. Write: A summary of the paragraph (1-2 sentences) A paraphrase of the paragraph E-mail the original paragraph, the summary, and the paraphrase to me. We will look at some of these as a class and discuss them.
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