Week 3- Assignment App. E

Week 3- Assignment App. E - quotations The increase of...

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Week 3-Assignment Appendix E Quoting, Summarizing, and Paraphrasing Sources Summarize: Be brief. Reflect key facts or ideas. Help readers understand context. Do not insert personal views. Write in your own words, except for quotations. This article will help young teens know how bad drugs are for you. It also gives you facts on what to watch for, peer pressure and the affects drugs have on your body as well as your life. It states what types of drugs do what to your body while being “high” then what it does once you are off it. Wired for Health (1970), Introduction to Drug Use Paraphrase: Use details. Reflect the structure of the source. Reflect the ideas of the original author. Do not insert personal views. Write in your own words, except for
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Unformatted text preview: quotations. The increase of OxyContin the prescription painkiller is being abused by a significant number of young teenagers, claims the (MTF). Drug Enforcement Administration (2006),OxyContin Use/User Population Quote: • Choose a well-stated key idea. • Use a verb of attribution to introduce the quotation (for example, He claimed , She reported , They assert ). • Punctuate correctly. • Cite in APA format. They assert, “Remember no one plans to become a drug addict, and every one of the millions of people with drug dependency started out thinking they had it under control." National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign (1998), Drug Facts: ABOVE THE PRESSURE, Pressure to Use Drugs COM 220...
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  • Spring '08
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  • Drug Enforcement Administration, Personal Views, Reflect key facts, National Youth Anti-Drug, OxyContin Use/User Population

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