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Unformatted text preview: Axia College Material Lyndsey Watson Appendix D Avoiding Plagiarism Worksheet Summarize: • be brief • reflect key facts or ideas • help reader understand context • don’t insert personal views • write in your own words, except for quotes Climb the research ladder; here’s how to climb a research ladder based on questions you want to answer By using a research “ladder” memory system, researchers can adapt this technique to the “steps” to take, in remembering what questions and in what order to ask. Using the four W’s and examining a topic with how and why and asking questions with no answer will make the research come together (C. Gourley, 2002). Reference Gourley, C. (Nov.-Dec., 2002). Climb the research ladder: here’s how to plan a research paper based on questions you want to answer.(Trends).Writing!, 25.3, p19(1).Retrieved January 17, 2007, from Infotrac oneFile via Thomson Gale. University of Phoenix: < http://find.galegroup.com/ips/infomark.do?&contentSet=IAC-Documents&type=retrieve&tabID=TOO3&prodhttp://find....
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