4 What is a Source? Something that supplies or gives information on a topic.
5 What are Sources? Sources include the following: Internet Textbook (Springboard)Book (from the library, The Giver)Magazine (from the library)
6 What is a Source Card?A source card has a statement you plan to use to strengthen the ideas in your paragraphs.
7 Sources for a Research Paper Research paper must have:At least three different sources which will appear as WORKS CITED entries in the bibliography.
8 Source Cards New Source = New Card For each source you use, you will need to create a source card.New Source = New Card
9 Source CardsEach source card should include information about the source:AuthorTitlePublisherYearAuthor’s Last Name, First Name Middle Initial. Title of Book. City of Publication: Publisher, Year of Publication.
10 Copy this Format DownAuthor’s Last Name, First Name Middle Initial. Title of Book. City of Publication: Publisher, Year of Publication.
11 Sample Book Source Card Riordan, Rick. The Lightning Thief. New York: Miramax, Print.Author’s Last Name, First Name Middle Initial.Title of Book. City of Publication: Publisher, Year of Publication.
12 Create a Source Card for The Giver Author’s Last Name, First Name Middle Initial.Title of Book. City of Publication: Publisher, Year of Publication.
13 What Goes On a Source Card? Information you did not know about your topic that you get from another author
14 How to Take Another Author’s Information: ParaphraseSummarizeQuoteDON’T PLAGIARIZE!!!!
15 PLAGIARISMIt's like lip-synching to someone else's voice and accepting the applause and rewards for yourself.IF YOU PLAGIARIZE, YOU WILL FAIL!!! …any time you take a writer’s words and use them as your own, you are plagiarizing
16 Using Another Writer’s Words as Your Own… the RIGHT Way! Paraphrase/SummarizeDirect Quote with CitationInclude your own thoughts about what the writer has to sayALWAYS GIVE THE CREDIT TO THE REAL AUTHOR!
17 On Your Own:Complete 3 Source Cards for The Giver relating to the idea of DYSTOPIA (a society that is not perfect):1 Paraphrase1 Direct Quotation1 Summary
18 From the Text (Direct Quote, Paraphrase) Reading from The GiverComplete Double Entry Journals during the reading timePage #From the Text (Direct Quote, Paraphrase)My Thoughts