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the second level flush left and bold. and I will Make sure that all section titles are syntactically parallel. In other words, if I start my first section title with a noun, start all of your section titles with nouns. Working on the APA style Spacing and Margins APA style requires that you double-space the entire document, including title page information, quotations, and the list of references. I do not need to include extra spaces (i.e., quadruple space) anywhere in the text. I always Set my top, left, right, and bottom margins of one inch. All paragraphs should be indented by one-half inch.My challenge would be in making sure theusing paraphrasing on the correct way and the citations by using reference's page and electronic link resource's.ReplyQuoteHide 4 repliesMessage UnreadMark as UnreadMessage Not Flagged
Set Flag1 month agoAccess the profile card for user: Nadia HerbertNadia Herbert RE: Discussion - Week 2COLLAPSEHello Tamar,During the video we had to look at regarding plagarism, I found a great tip for parapharsing. Look away, close the book and then begin to use what you said toformulate what you got from the paragraph.Best Regards,NadiaReplyQuoteEmail AuthorHide 2 repliesMessage UnreadMark as UnreadMessage Not FlaggedSet Flag1 month ago
Access the profile card for user: Nadia HerbertNadia Herbert RE: Discussion - Week 2COLLAPSEMy apologies, .....use what you read to formulate what you got from the paragraph.ReplyQuoteEmail AuthorMessage UnreadMark as UnreadMessage Not FlaggedSet Flag1 month agoAccess the profile card for user: tamer sabrytamer sabry RE: Discussion - Week 2COLLAPSEGreat point and Absolutely I will you might put a sentence into your own words as well.ReplyQuoteMessage UnreadMark as UnreadMessage Not FlaggedSet Flag
1 month agoAlyssa Bailey RE: Discussion - Week 2COLLAPSETamer,Great information on spacing! When it comes to paraphrasing, try making notes in a note book after reading the original material and then writing the information in your paper. I find that when I do this I tend to put things into myown words much easier than if I am going straight from the original source.