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SECTION1 1. Correct the APA citation (King n.d. 99-100) 2. General knowledge requires a citation. 3. MLA and APA are similar in terms of format however there are a few key differences. 4. Correct the MLA citation for a source with no author. (The differences between written and spoken grammar in the modern English Language). 5. Citations and quotations are the same thing. SECTION2 1. Compare and contrast essays with research papers. ( /2.5 Content /2.5 Clarity) SECTION3 1. Compare and contrast MLA and APA in-text citations for paraphrases, quotes and summaries. ( /2.5 Content /2.5 Clarity) SECTION4 Evaluation: Compare the two separate cases of plagiarism above. Describe what exactly each student did wrong and whether you agree or disagree with the punishment given and why/why not. Avoid personal pronouns when writing your evaluation. Evaluation Checklist: ⚫ Uses appropriate signals for compare/contrast writing. ⚫ Demonstrates understanding of the offense(s). ⚫ Successfully summarizes main ideas, events. ⚫ Evaluates using the appropriate formal style (i.e. no personal pronouns) ⚫ Evaluation supported by evidence, well-argued. Final exam Part 1 – error correction – 5 pts - correct the APA citation - answer a question yes or no - correct the grammar and punctuation of a sentence (compare/contrast transition words) - correct the MLA citation - answer a question yes or no Part 2 – Compare and contrast essays and research papers – 5 pts - select the most easy points to compare and contrast - you can use the student ideas document and the internet document - best way is to state the 4 characteristics of an essay, use a transition signal and state how a research paper is the same and different than an essay. - But , as long as you are clear about how the 2 are the same and different, it will be ok Part 3 – compare and contrast MLA and APA in-text citation for paraphrases, quotes and summaries – 5 pts - only short quotation is enough, no need to explain long quotation - be smart – how to do summaries and paraphrases is the same for APA and MLA but how to show it is different. - So, you can explain what does it mean to do a summary and paraphrase - Show how they are done in APA and MLA - Give examples MLA – Transition = APA also has short quotations, paraphrasing and summaries. Part 4 – 2 case studies/ stories of plagiarism – 5pts - explain what the student did wrong - identify the punishment and explain if you agree or disagree with the punishment given and why/why not (you need to give evidence to support your opinion) - no personal pronouns - you need to also summarize the main ideas and events - there is scoring system at the end of the question Best way is to state the main idea/background of the story – events + be specific of all the punishment + if you agree or disagree with the punishment and why (evidence) Take notes to help you prepare MLA MLA in text citation for paraphrases: ▪ To paraphrase means to take some else’s ideas in your own words ▪ An MLA paraphrase must be attributed to the original source. ▪ Paraphrase material is usually shorter than the original passage. ▪ An MLA paraphrase can be done with the paraphrased material and then the author’s last name and page of the source in brackets. ▪ Example MLA paraphrase :The social construction of race is very similar to the way gender stereotypes were constructed in many modern societies like those in Europe, North America and Asia (Rothenberg 9). MLA doesn’t require the year, a comma after the author’s name or p. before the page number. MLA in text citation for summaries: ▪ To summarize means to express only the most important points of someone else’s words. ▪ An MLA summary must be attributed to the original source. ▪ Summarized material is a lot shorter than the original source. ▪ An MLA summary can be done with the summarized material and then the author’s last name and page of the source in brackets. ▪ Example MLA summary: The social construction of race is very similar to the way gender stereotypes were constructed (Rothenberg 9). MLA doesn’t require the year, a comma after the author’s name or p. before the page number. MLA in text citation for quotes: ▪ To quote is to take the direct unchanged original material as a direct quote. ▪ An MLA in text quote must be attributed to the original source. ▪ There are short quotes in MLA. These use the direct quote in quotation marks and then the author’s last name and page of the source in brackets. ▪ An example of a short MLA quote: “The idea of race has been socially constructed in similar ways” (Rothenberg 9). ▪ MLA does not require the year, a comma after the author’s name, or a p. before page number. APA in text citation for paraphrases: ▪ To paraphrase means to take some else’s ideas in your own words ▪ An APA paraphrase must be attributed to the original source. ▪ Paraphrase material is usually shorter than the original passage. ▪ An APA paraphrase can be done with the paraphrased material and then the author’s name, comma, year of publication, comma, and page of the source in brackets. ▪ Example APA paraphrase :The social construction of race is very similar to the way gender stereotypes were constructed in many modern societies like those in Europe, North America and Asia (Rothenberg, 2007, p. 9). APA in text citation for summaries: ▪ To summarize means to express only the most important points of someone else’s words. ▪ An APA summary must be attributed to the original source. ▪ Summarized material is a lot shorter than the original source. ▪ An APA summary can be done with the summarized material and then the author’s name, comma, year of publication, comma, and page of the source in brackets. ▪ Example APA summary: The social construction of race is very similar to the way gender stereotypes were constructed (Rothenberg, 2007, p.9). APA in text citation for quotes: ▪ To quote is to take the direct unchanged original material as a direct quote. ▪ An APA in text quote must be attributed to the original source. ▪ There are short quotes in APA. These include the direct quote in quotation marks, the author’s last name, comma, year of publication, comma, and page number. ▪ An example of a short APA quote: “The idea of race has been socially constructed in similar ways” (Rothenberg, 2007, p. 9). ESSAYS VS RESEARCH PAPERS – HOW THE SAME AND HOW DIFFERENT STUDENT’S IDEAS ESSAYS - can be writer’s opinion and using knowledge about the topic - 4 to 5 paragraphs - May not need any citation - Can answer a question or discuss a topic - Introduction has hook sentences - Introduction has background about the topic - Topic sentences in the supporting paragraphs - The introduction has a thesis sentence - The supporting paragraphs have a concluding sentence - There are many kinds of essays, compare/contrast, discussion, solve a problem etc. - Some essays can consider different opinions, like 2 sides - Can have a title - No graphs, charts etc are used - Main structure is introduction, body and conclusion RESEARCH PAPERS - longer – could be 8 to 11 paragraphs - need research to be done like survey, questionnaires etc. - one aim is to prove facts - the citation of the literature review has to be credible / reliable – done properly - uses statistics to show results - has a methodology section – how the research was conducted - there is an analysis section – it compares and contrasts the cited research - survey result section - conclusion - compare and contrast our research and the cited research - What is the Difference Between a Research Paper and an Essay? Research Paper Essay Researching and expressing other’s points of view on a topic, as well as incorporating your insights and ideas Usually your point of view Long in length, at least 8 pages Short in length with an average of 5 paragraphs Requires comprehensive understanding of a topic by researching it thoroughly Does not necessarily require a comprehensive understanding of a particular topic Familiarity required with research writings associated with a chosen topic Familiarity may or may not be required with other research or writing Helps build writers knowledge of a topic Helps build writers writing skills The writer compares various pieces of information on a topic and then presents a cumulative overview of the findings The writer hones their writing skills by presenting their thoughts in a logical and coherent manner Different flavors of Research Papers Include but are not limited to: compare and contrast, argumentative, analytical, cause and effect, and subject-bases. The last is the most common. A subject or topic is chosen and then that topic is researched and written about. Different flavors of Essays include but are not limited to: academic, narrative, and philosophical. The academic essay is common at the collegiate level. This type of essay commonly includes a literature review. The literature review is an evaluation of information that is read. It should describe, summarize, evaluate and clarify the chosen piece. After researching a topic thoroughly, the writer compiles and evaluates the information. The writer then restructures and presents the topic from their point of view, incorporating citations from complied research to back up their analysis. In an essay the writer puts their thoughts on paper. Thought is given to the purpose of the writing and what type of essay it is. The perspective audience is also considered. The writing should be well-organized, coherent and supported by appropriate facts and examples. ...
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