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Ways To Cite: Summarizing & Paraphasing

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Transcript of Ways To Cite: Summarizing & Paraphasing

Summarizing
The Many Roots of Citing
Michael Jackson: Beat It
They Told Him Don't You Ever Come Around Here
Don't Wanna See Your Face, You Better Disappear
The Fire's In Their Eyes And Their Words Are Really Clear
So Beat It, Just Beat It

You Better Run, You Better Do What You Can
Don't Wanna See No Blood, Don't Be A Macho Man
You Wanna Be Tough, Better Do What You Can
So Beat It, But You Wanna Be Bad
Michael Jackson: Beat It
Mr. Jackson is warning a young man about a dangerous group that means him harm. He feels this young man could really get hurt if he doesn't run for cover.
In-text Citations
(Introducing Quotes)
Seuss stated that the sun wasn't shining and, "It was too wet to play" (23).

Begin with author's last name and end with direct quote.

The sun wasn't shinning and, "It was too wet to play" (Seuss 23).

Begin with own words and end with direct quote.

Seuss describes bad weather for the day and the children were not able to go out to play (23).

Begin with author's last name and use your own words. Cite your page number at the end.


Bad weather for the day is described and the children were not able to go out to play (Seuss 23).

Use your own words and cite the author and page number at the end.

Microsoft Word Reference Tab
Block Quotes-More than 4 lines
Seuss describes the children's activity as they sat inside on the rainy day:

I sat there with Sally.
We sat there, we two.
And I said, “How I wish
We had something to do!”
Too wet to go out
And too cold to play ball.
So we sat in the house.
We did nothing at all. (Seuss 26)
Paraphrase
Dr. Seuss: Cat In The Hat
The sun did not shine.
It was too wet to play.
So we sat in the house
All that cold, cold, wet day.
I sat there with Sally.
We sat there, we two.
And I said, “How I wish
We had something to do!”
The sky was cloudy.
Playing outdoors would cause a lot of mud.
The only choice we had was to sit inside.
The entire day of bad weather.
The brother sat with his sister inside.
They both sat there together.
The brother desperately wished there was something they could do.
Dr. Seuss: Cat In The Hat
APA Running Head/MLA Header
Citation Basics
Author
Title
Date of Publication
Publishing Company
Road Map To Your Materials
Format Works Cited Page
MLA
APA
Liberal Arts & Humanities
Begin on New Page
Center "Works Cited"
Alphabetize Citations By Last Name
(Do not bold, italicize, put in quotations marks)
Last Name/Page Number Header
Double Space All Citations
Indent Second Line of Citation Half An Inch
Last Name, First Name For Authors
List Medium (Print/Web/Film/DVD)
No Longer Required To Give URL
Social Sciences
Begin on New Page
Center "References"
Alphabetize Citations By Last Name
(Do not bold, italicize, put in quotations marks)
Running Head Header
Double Space All Citations
Indent Second Line of Citation Half An Inch
Last Name, First Initial For Authors
Only List 6 Authors (Check APA Rules)
Activity: Summarize Your Favorite Movie
Activity: Choose A Scene To Paraphrase
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