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Paraphrasing, Quotations, & Citations 5.13.14 Fun Fact of the Day: When a male penguin falls in love with a female penguin, he searches the entire beach to find the perfect pebble to present her. And when he finally finds it, he waddles over to her and places the pebble right in front of her…kind of like a proposal.
Daily Objectives Students will be able to define paraphrase and direction quotation with 80% accuracy. Students will be able to distinguish the difference between paraphrasing and direct quotation with 80% accuracy. Students will be able to cite a book, an internet source, and a scholarly journal using correct MLA format with 80% accuracy.
Paraphrasing vs. Quotations Paraphrase a restatement of a text or passage giving the meaning in another form, as for clearness; rewording. a SUMMARY Direct Quotation Use of the exact words written in a source COPYING DIRECTLY from what is written – (this is ok, as long as you cite and use quotations)
What’s the Difference? In your own words – Write down what is the difference between Paraphrasing and Quoting Paraphrasing is a summary in your own words Quoting is using the words of the author
Citations using MLA Format When writing research papers you must always include a works cited page that has a list of your sources. There are specific ways different types of sources must be cited. Let’s go over the 3 major ones you will be using for this assignment: books, scholarly journal articles, and internet websites.
Books Book citations must have the following information in the following order: Author’s name (Last name, First name) Title of the Book Place of Publication Name of Publisher Date of Publication or Copyright Your entry must be formatted in the following way (yes, with all the punctuation done correctly!): Last name, First name. Title of the Book. Place of Publication: Name of Publisher, Date of Publication.
Book Example Title: The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian Author: Sherman Alexie Published by: Little Brown and Company Published in: New York Copyright: 2007 What would this citation look like?? Alexie, Sherman.The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian.New York: Little Brown and Company, 2007.
Scholarly Journal Scholarly Journal citations must have the following information in the following order: Author’s name (Last name, First name) Title of the Article Name of the Journal Volume Number Issue Number Date of Publication Page numbers of Article Your entry must be formatted in the following way: Last name, First name. “Title of the Article.” Title of the Journal. Volume Number.Issue Number (Date of Publication): Page Numbers of Article.
Scholarly Journal Example Title of Article: The Public and Private Dialogue about the American Family on Television. Title of the Journal: Journal of Communication Author: Kelly F. Albada Volume Number: 50 Issue Number: 4 Date of Publication: 2000 Pages: 79-110 What would this citation look like?? Albada, Kelly F.“The Public and Private Dialogue about the American Family on Television.” Journal of Communication. 50.4 (2000): 79-110.
Internet Website Here are some common features you should try and find before citing electronic sources in MLA style. Not every Web page will provide all of the following information. However, collect as much of the following information as possible both for your citations and for your research notes: Author names (if available) Article name in quotation marks (if applicable) Title of the Website, project, or book underlined. Editor names (if available) Any version numbers available, including revisions, posting dates, volumes, or issue numbers. Publisher information, including the publisher name and publishing date. Take note of any page numbers (if available). Date you accessed the material. (Day Month Year) URL Your entry must be formatted in the following way: Last name, First name. “Title of the Article.” Title of the Website. Editor. Date of Publication. Place of Publication. Date Material was Accessed by You.
Internet Website Example Title of Article: Selected Seventeenth-Century Events Title of Website: Romantic Chronology Editors: Laura Mandell and Alan Liu Place of Publication: University of California, Santa Barbara Date of Publication: 1999 Date you accessed the material: December 12, 2012 URL: http://english.ucsb.edu:591/rchrono/http://english.ucsb.edu:591/rchrono/ What would this citation look like?? “Selected Seventeenth-Century Events.”Romantic Chronology.Ed. Laura Mandell and Alan Liu. 1999. University of California, Santa Barbara. 12 Dec 2012..
Let’s Review Define Paraphrasing. Define Direct Quotation. What is the difference between paraphrasing and quotations? What are a few components that will always be found in a citation? When citing a website you need to include the URL or web address. T or F.