Day2.050 - Emails,Summarizing,Paraphrasing, andPlagiarism...

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Emails, Summarizing, Paraphrasing,  and Plagiarism DAY 2 Word of the Day: DEFENESTRATE (V)
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1. T/F: If I use a paraphrase that’s too close to the original  wording, I might be accused of plagiarism. 2. T/F: Sentence structure doesn’t matter. (When  paraphrasing, it’s ok to borrow the quotation’s sentence  structure.) 3. T/F: Images, designs, and logos don’t need to be cited. 4. T/F: I should always cite information that is considered  to be common knowledge. 5. T/F: “Fair use” permits me and my teachers to quote  brief passages (without asking the writer’s permission)  for educational purposes.  QUIZ #1
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Emails/letters Descriptive writing Science fiction Music Poetry Blogs Short stories Your Preferences: reading/writing
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 Resume Spelling Clarity Professional-looking letters Mechanics Enjoying writing Writing professionally Writing essays Your interests
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Day2.050 - Emails,Summarizing,Paraphrasing, andPlagiarism...

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