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English 12 Research
English 12 ResearchCopyright Review Lesson
DirectionsReview the information on each slideThis is all information we have covered in classFeel free to use prior knowledge and existing notes to help you through the processUsing Microsoft Word1. Summarize the summarizing paragraph 2. Paraphrase the paraphrasing paragraph3. and 4. Take a direct quote from each paragraph and cite it properly Be sure to use MLA citations for each of the four tasksUse the links/resources available to youWhen Completed share with me on Google Drive
SummarizingA summary is the main points of something condensed into your own wordsThe main points can be reordered to fit your needsA summary should only be about 1/3 the length of the original
How to SummarizeRead material and distinguish the main points from the restList the ideas in phrase formGroup main ideas logicallyTurn ideas into sentences and create a paragraphProofread and be sure to cite
ParaphrasingA paraphrase is used when you want something in your own words but need to focus on detailsYou may borrow words from the original text as long as you use direct quotations around anything you useBe sure to cite use proper MLA citationsA paraphrase should be about the same length of the original
How to ParaphraseRead the passage twice and identify any words you do not knowLook up the unknown words and replace their definitions into the originalReread the material with the newly understood definitionsPut the material into your own word, being sure to use quotations around any words or phrases you have taken verbatimBe sure to use proper MLA citationsCreate your new paragraph and proofread final copy
Direct QuotationsDirect quotations are words or phrases that are taken verbatim from original text This is used when you cant or dont want to change the authors original words because they are more useful the way they are.These direct quotes must be cited using proper MLA in text citationsAuthor and Page NumberUse the end punctuation for the sentence after the parenthesesEx. (Smith 25).
Resources to help youThe Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL)https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/ Mrs. Tarrs Plagiarism Presentationhttp://www.edline.net/files/_7CIsz_/1d3964502975e3c43745a49013852ec4/Plagiarism_2014_Web.pdf
Task 1. Summarize1. The honeybee colony, which usually has a population of 30,00 to 40,000 workers, differs from that of the bumblebee and many other social bees or wasps in that it survives the winter. This means that the bees must stay warm despite the cold. Like other bees, the isolated honeybee cannot fly if the temperature falls below 10 degrees C (50 degrees F) and cannot walk if the temperature is below 7 degrees C (45 degrees F). Within the wintering hive, bees maintain their temperature by clustering together in a dense ball; the lower the temperature, the denser the cluster. The clustered bees produce heat by constant muscular movements of their wings, legs, and abdomens. In very cold weather, the bees on the outside of the cluster keep moving toward the center, while those in the core of the cluster move to the colder outside periphery. The entire cluster moves slowly about on the combs, eating the stored honey from the combs as it moves. Winter Organization, in Helena Curtis, Biology, second edition, (New York: Worth, 1976), 822-823.
Task 2. Paraphrase2. Students frequently overuse direct quotation in taking notes, and as a result they overuse quotations in the final [research] paper. Probably only about 10% of your final manuscript should appear as directly quoted matter. Therefore, you should strive to limit the amount of exact transcribing of source materials while taking notes. Lester, James D. Writing Research Papers. 2nd ed. (1976): 46-47.
Task 3. and 4. Quotes3. and 4. Choose a direct quotation from each of the two previous paragraphs and add them to your Microsoft word Document
SubmittingBe sure your name and period are on the top of your Word documentAs a reminder, you must cite your work using MLA FormatThere are works cited entries at the bottom of each paragraphSave it as your last name and copyright assignmentEx. MaynardCopyrightAssignment.docShare with me on Google DriveMaynardd@flbapps.net
ReferencesPurdue university online writing lab. (2015). Retrieved from: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/ Quoting, paraphrasing, and summarizing. Retrieved from: http://www.solonschools.org/ Tarr, A. (2014). Plagiarism 101. Retrieved from: http://www.edline.net/files/_7CIsz_/1d3964502975e3c43745a49013852ec4/Plagiarism_2014_Web.pdf