WK 5 WORKSHOP-EFFECTIVE PARAPHRASING

WK 5 WORKSHOP-EFFECTIVE PARAPHRASING - 4/17/11 WK 5...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 4/17/11 Prepared by the lla team WK 5 WORKSHOP Effective Paraphrasing
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4/17/11 Why paraphrase? to avoid plagiarism To integrate the ideas of others with our own writing to show that we have read and understood it is standard academic practice !!!
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4/17/11 The step-by-step approach 1. Read the passage several times. You must understand what the author writes in order to paraphrase correctly. 1. Make some notes about the passage with the book closed. 1. Change the order of ideas in your notes/outline 1. Check the result against the original. Make changes to grammar and vocab .
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4/17/11 Some strategies Change vocabulary (synonyms, whole phrases with similar meaning) Use different word forms (nominalization) Use different patterns of grammar/structure (active to passive, link words)
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4/17/11 Reporting verbs & structures to integrate paraphrases h According to Smith and Johnson (2005, 45),… K Smith and Johnson (2005, 45) write that…
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2011 for the course ACCT 220 taught by Professor Mary during the Three '11 term at Queensland Tech.

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