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Unformatted text preview: much response as summary. Use signal verbs (X says, X argues) and other signal phrases (according to X, for X) to help indicate the views of the writer you select and to introduce and frame key quotations (see pp 36-7, 43-4). Ideas that you summarize should be attributed to authors not texts, e.g.: Jones says . . . not The article says . . . Your responses should typically focus on your own experiences of the problems and ideas presented. Other testimony should be adequately credited to the proper sources. For some examples, see the sample (p. 32), as well as the handout Paying for Childcare distributed in class and posted at our Angel site. All drafts and revision should be printed and formatted properly. drafts due: Thur. 2-20 revisions due: Tue. 2-26...
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- Fall '08