3_part_source.doc - 3-Part Source Integration One Page Reference Guide In order to make an in-text citation complete it needs to be \u201cpackaged,\u201d that

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3-Part Source Integration One Page Reference Guide In order to make an in-text citation complete, it needs to be “packaged,” that is, it should be both introduced and discussed. Although there are a variety of ways to package citations, you can begin by using the templates below. Then, look at research papers or other texts with citations to see how a source is brought into the text—and discussed. 1 Here is how one common type of citation package is organized into three parts: Part 1 : Introduce the source, the author, and provide comments about the author or source. Part 2 : Provide a paraphrase or direct quotation. (Begin with a verb and end with a parenthetical citation). Part 3 : Comment on why this part of the text is important, relevant to the prompt, or significant in some other way. Sample 1 Sample 2 Sample 3 Part 1: Introduce the source, the author’s name, and comments about the author The American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), in their article “Immigrants Are a Vital Component of

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