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How to Paraphrase

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Kevin Seeber

on 2 December 2013

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Transcript of How to Paraphrase

Paraphrasing errors can lead to unintentional plagiarism.
This is a skill which takes time and practice to do right.
This will make you better at writing papers.
How to
Paraphrase

Why is this worth knowing?
What it is.
Why it's done.
How it works.
Someone
else's ideas
Your
words
Something
really long
Something complicated
Short summary
Something inappropriate
Whether it is good is up for debate. A recent article found that it is good (Author + page). This paper further explores this important question.
Research Paper
Summarize it
Cite it
Step 2
Step 3
Find a source
Step 1
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