posted by ReeRee on .
Can someone help me with this?
Write a brief summary of the main ideas of the article (or at least two paragraphs of the article). Create an in-text citation for your summary.
Paraphrase a specific point or points made by the author within the article. Create an in-text citation for your paraphrase.
Identify a direct quote from the article. Create an in-text citation for your direct quote.
Create a reference for your article.
It seems clear to me, albeit it did not cite the specific article. What is your question?
I need an example
I see you have listed your entire assignment, but you have not stated what kind of help you need. As Bobpursley asked, What is your question?
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I have been wondering this afternoon, what is exactly a plagiarism workshop? Is that like a safe-cracking, or a bank-robber workhshop? But only novice criminals would attend those, and I doubt if APA format would be required.
But a plagarism workshop could be used by novices entering political campaigns. Or by freshmen lawmakers. Or men writing love letters.
At any rate, it is something to wonder. Nearly all teacher workshops I have attended expected to teach behaviours or techniques that others had developed for their classrooms.
So in this sense, all were plagarism workshops. What was needed was some fresh air, to teach originality, and the value of experimentation, and the value of failure.
1. What are the most important concepts or processes you learned in this workshop?
2. How will you apply these concepts in your educational, personal, or professional pursuits?
3. Provide any additional relevant personal notes and observations.