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Unformatted text preview: Then on the vocab sheet, write the sentence or clause the term is used in and a synonym or brief definition for the term. These terms should be helpful to you as reminders of the content when you begin to write your summary. • • • • • Below write no more than five and no less than three of the article’s key arguments. If you decide to copy the sentences or any parts of the sentences, be sure to put quotation marks at the beginning and end of the copied text. Also put the page number in parentheses. • • • • Write a 150- to 200-word DOUBLE-SPACED summary of the article, using your own words, that is, do not depend on quotes—use paraphrase instead....
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- Fall '07
- Writing, central question, 200-word DOUBLE-SPACED summary