Paraphrasing Quoting Summarizing - OVERVIEW

Paraphrasing Quoting Summarizing - OVERVIEW

The Daring English Teacher CORNELL STYLE NOTES QUESTION OR CONCEPT ANSWER OR DETAILS SUMMARY The Daring English Teacher Paraphrasing & Quoting

Paraphrasing and quoting information is an important part of writing research papers and explanatory essays. What is the difference between them? The Daring English Teacher Paraphrasing Paraphrasing When you paraphrase, you write a passage in your own words.

Paraphrased text is more detailed than a summary; paraphrased text is about the same length as the original text. Paraphrased passages must be attributed to the original source. The Daring English Teacher Paraphrasing When do I paraphrase? You should paraphrase a source when you need a large section of original text in your writing, but you want to limit the the

amount of direct quotes in your writing. The Daring English Teacher Quoting Quoting When you quote something, you use the writers original words (word for word) placing quotation marks around the quote. Quotes must be attributed to the original source.

The Daring English Teacher Quoting When do I quote? You should add quotes to your paper when paraphrasing or summarizing would take away from the original authors intended. Quotes should be meaningful and relevant, and help support your main ideas. The Daring English Teacher

Why? Why do we paraphrase and quote and summarize when we write? Enhance our writing Develop credibility (ethos) Add depth to our writing Provide relevant and supporting evidence To avoid plagiarism accusations The Daring English Teacher Practice Read the below Preamble to the US

Constitution. In groups, paraphrase, quote, and (regular) summarize the text. We, the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America. The Daring English Teacher How? Its as easy as

ICE How do you include a summary, quote, or paraphrase in your writing? introduce the idea cite the source explain its relevance The Daring English Teacher Formatting Quotes

Quotes cannot stand alone! Use this formula for including direct quotes in your paper. Transition + Indicator + Verb + Quote + Citation For example, Author name writes, .. ..

(page number) For instance, Character name explains, .. .. (author,

To illustrate, Subject name argues, .. .. Moreover, the author

states, .. .. name as *If you state the authors the Furthermore, you the character says, ..

indicator, only need to cite the page .. number. The Daring English Teacher Formatting Quotes Can you label each part for the quote below? Transition + Indicator + Verb + Quote + Citation

The novel Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck begins in the picturesque Salinas Valley in central California. To illustrate, Steinbeck describes a river that is lined with trees- willows fresh and green with every spring (3). The Daring English Teacher Formatting Quotes Can you label each part for the quote below? Transition + Indicator + Verb + Quote + Citation The novel Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck begins in the picturesque Salinas Valley in central California. To

illustrate, Steinbeck describes a river that is lined with trees- willows fresh and green with every spring (3). The Daring English Teacher Formatting Quotes Can you label each part for the quote below? Transition + Indicator + Verb + Quote + Citation The novel Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck begins in the picturesque Salinas Valley in central California. To illustrate, Steinbeck describes a river that is lined with trees- willows fresh and green with every spring (3).

The Daring English Teacher Formatting Quotes Can you label each part for the quote below? Transition + Indicator + Verb + Quote + Citation The novel Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck begins in the picturesque Salinas Valley in central California. To illustrate, Steinbeck describes a river that is lined with trees- willows fresh and green with every spring (3). The Daring English Teacher

Formatting Quotes Can you label each part for the quote below? Transition + Indicator + Verb + Quote + Citation The novel Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck begins in the picturesque Salinas Valley in central California. To illustrate, Steinbeck describes a river that is lined with trees- willows fresh and green with every spring (3). The Daring English Teacher Formatting Quotes Can you label each part for the quote

below? Transition + Indicator + Verb + Quote + Citation The novel Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck begins in the picturesque Salinas Valley in central California. To illustrate, Steinbeck describes a river that is lined with trees- willows fresh and green with every spring (3). The Daring English Teacher Mix It Up To add variety to your writing, include all three into your writing. Try to paraphrase, quote, and summarize

in every body paragraph! The Daring English Teacher Quiz When you paraphrase, you should be sure to (select 2) A. Write the text in your own words. B. Place quotation marks around the text. C. Properly cite the source. The Daring English Teacher

Quiz When you paraphrase, you should be sure to (select 2) A. Write the text in your own words. B. Place quotation marks around the text. C. Properly cite the source. A and C are both correct! Do not place quotation marks around something you paraphrase, but you will need to write it in your own words and cite it. The Daring English Teacher Quiz

True or False: A summary should be the same length as the original text. A. True B. False The Daring English Teacher Quiz True or False: A summary should be the same length as the original text. A. True

B. False B is correct! The answer is false. A summary is a shortened and condensed version, whereas when you paraphrase something, it will be similar in length to the The Daring English Teacher original text. Quiz When should you use a direct quote? A. When you need to provide a lot of details to your audience.

B. When you need to include specific or technical information in your text. The Daring English Teacher Quiz When should you use a direct quote? A. When you need to provide a lot of details to your audience. B. When you need to include specific or technical information in your text. B is correct! If you need a lot of details, you are better off paraphrasing. If you want specific or

technical details, it is best to add a quote! The Daring English Teacher Quiz What do you need to consider when adding in a direct quote? A. How the quotation fits in grammatically with the rest of your text. B. If the original author is still alive. The Daring English Teacher

Quiz What do you need to consider when adding in a direct quote? A. How the quotation fits in grammatically with the rest of your text. B. If the original author is still alive. A is correct! When you include a quotation into your own paper, it needs to be grammatically aligned with the rest of your paper. The Daring English Teacher

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