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Use the text passage to answer the question.

Whatever you post online—whether a silly picture, angry comment, or sharing about a chronic illness—is there forever. Delete it all you want, but colleges and employers can and will find it. The discovery may give them a negative impression of you, stopping them from offering you admission or a job.

Which of the following is a proper paraphrase of this text passage?

Whatever you post online is there forever. It can prevent you from getting a job.
According to the author, anything a person posts on the Internet "is there forever."
What a person posts online can follow them forever and negatively affect his or her future.
Posting personal information online, such as pictures and thoughts, cannot be permanently deleted. Others could find it, which can affect career or school options even years into the future.*

Question 2 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Use the text passage to answer the question.

Whatever you post online—whether a silly picture, angry comment, or sharing about a chronic illness—is there forever. Delete it all you want, but colleges and employers can and will find it. The discovery may give them a negative impression of you, stopping them from offering you admission or a job.

Which of the following is a proper summary of this text passage?

Whatever you post online is there forever. It can prevent you from getting a job.
According to the author, anything a person posts on the Internet "is there forever."
What a person posts online can follow them forever and negatively affect his or her future.*
Posting personal information online, such as pictures and thoughts, cannot be permanently deleted. Others could find it, which can affect career or school options even years into the future.

Question 3 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Which of the following statements is true about a "Works Cited" page?

It includes a paragraph of text explaining why you used each resource using signal phrase verbs.
It is a list of your internal citations and quotes in one place to help you when writing your article.
It contains all the sources you cite in your article, which appear in alphabetical order by author name.*
It lists your sources of information in the order in which you cited each one in the body of your article.

Question 4 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(MC)

What is the significance of the "11 Mar. 2013" in this citation?

It represents the date the article was first written by the author.
It tells the reader when the article was published online.*
It shows when the researcher accessed the article.
It explains when the article was last updated.

Question 5 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(MC)

Use the following text passage to answer the question.

There is a difference between the term social networking and the purpose of social network sites, as described in an article by Boyd and Ellison.

Which part of the text passage is a signal phrase?

Is a difference
The purpose of
As described in
Boyd and Ellison*

Question 6 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(MC)

What is the difference between a paraphrase and a summary?

A summary restates the same information in a different way, whereas a paraphrase only restates the main ideas.
A paraphrase restates the same information in a different way, whereas a summary only restates the main ideas.*
A summary uses a direct quote and restated information, whereas a paraphrase will contain no direct quotes.
A paraphrase uses a direct quote and restated information, whereas a summary will contain no direct quotes.

Question 7 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(LC)

Which of the following makes a resource reference within an informational text?

Summary
Paraphrase
Internal citation*
Works Cited page

Question 8 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(LC)

What is plagiarism?

Paraphrasing other people's work and identifying them
Using other people's ideas without giving them credit*
Making a reference page for your own written text
Including signal phrases in the body of your article

Question 9 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(LC)

How should references on a Works Cited page be arranged?

In the order the writer found them during research
According to how much the writer used each one
By alphabetical order by author or organization*
From the shortest to the longest entry

Question 10 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(LC)

What is the purpose of a signal phrase?

To point out an internal citation to the reader*
To call attention to plagiarism in informational text
To show the need for a reference within an article
To indicate the end of text and the start of citations

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