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WRITING YOUR NOTE CARDS

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Charmaigne Varga

on 4 February 2015

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Writing Your Note Cards
Writing a Direct Quote Note Card
What's missing?
What Lech Walesa Did -
EXIT TICKET
:
Identify what's missing on each note card
ADD the appropriate information
On the back: Identify what single piece of information you think is MOST important on a note card and discuss why.

WRITING YOUR NOTE CARDS
1. Review Works Cited entry

United Nations. General Assembly.
Universal
Declaration of Human Rights
. Washington, D.C.: U.S. G.P.O., 1948. Print.
Writing a Paraphrased Note Card
(United Nations 104)
1st piece from Works Cited Entry Page #
Background Info - UDHR
Heading - (keyword or phrase)
Every person is entitled to be treated with respect and dignity.
Paraphrase of Article One of the UDHR.
What Walesa Did - Organizations
"Led by Lech Walesa...Solidarity advanced a series of demands that included such fundamental workplace issues as the right to join independent unions and to seek an increase in the minimum wage."
("Twenty-five Years of Solidarity" 104)
Direct quote from article entitled
"Twenty-five Years of Solidarity"
"Lech Walesa organized workers in an effort to increase wages, improve safety standards, and enhance benefits."
HOMEWORK:
FINISH & SHARE OUTLINE
One direct quotation card and one paraphrase card for tomorrow's class.
Identify 1st piece of information in the entry. This will end up as part of your in-text citation!
1st piece from Works Cited entry Page #
Review Works Cited entry
"Twenty-Five Years of Solidarity." American Teacher 90.2 (2005): 10. ProQuest Discovery; ProQuest Professional Education. Web. 3 Feb. 2015.
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