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How to Paraphrase

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Kevin Seeber

on 15 April 2013

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Transcript of How to Paraphrase

How to
Paraphrase Paraphrasing is crucial to writing research papers. Learning how to do it well takes time and practice. Improper paraphrasing can lead to unintentional plagiarism. Why is this
worth knowing? What it is. Why it's done. How it works. Someone Your Something Inappropriate Else's Idea Words Short Summary Complicated Concept Really Long Idea Find a source Reword its ideas Cite it A recent source said this thing is a really big deal (Author, page, date). My paper talks about what a big deal this thing is. My Paper
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