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Unformatted text preview: Expand “The Research Assignment” and click on “Integrating Sources.” Here you will find instructions and exercises. Also from the “Research” section under “Resources” you can expand “Citing Sources” for instructions and exercises on MLA. Part 2: In-text Citation Using the Davis article, “In Defense of Slow Reading,” draft three paragraphs to demonstrate proper usage of in-text citation: 1. Integrate a direct quote. 2. Integrate a paraphrase. 3. Integrate a summary. Use any portion of the text you like. Remember to set up the citation and make it meaningful. If you are unclear, refer to the DK Handbook or Envision . Include a Works Cited entry for the text at the bottom of the page. Turn in your paragraphs in class next Wednesday 2/17....
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