How to properly integrate sources into your research paper

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How to properly integrate sources into your research paper. Integrating Sources. What does the word Integrate mean? How would you integrate a source?. Introducing SAMMY SOURCE!!!! Help him, Help you write an awesome paper!. Step 1. Prepare your source (This where your notecards help!) - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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<p>How to properly integrate sources into your research paper</p> <p>How to properly integrate sources into your research paper Integrating Sources What does the word Integrate mean? How would you integrate a source? Introducing SAMMY SOURCE!!!! Help him, Help you write an awesome paper!</p> <p>Step 1 Prepare your source (This where your notecards help!) </p> <p>Know what information you are taking out of a source to include in your paper </p> <p>Sammy has a lot of pages know what you are using</p> <p>Step 2 Introduce your source Give your extracted information a lead in, so that it flows nicely with what you have been writing, and the reader understands where the information comes from Introduce Sammy so it is not an awkward party </p> <p>Step 3, Choice A Summarize the information from the source </p> <p>Include a relatively brief non-biased account, in your own words of the main ideas in a source or a source passage You want to know what makes Sammy tick </p> <p>Step 3, Choice B Paraphrase the information from the source Restate, in your own words, of a passage of text. Its structure reflects (but does not copy) the structure of the source passage, and may roughly the same length, but uses different words Put Sammys ideas in your own words </p> <p>Step 3, Choice C Quote the information in the source Use the exact words of a source, making sure to use quotation marks around the words. Sometimes Sammy says it best and does all the heavy lifting </p> <p>Step 4 Last, but not least..Explain what the information means! Including a citation or information is not any good if you dont explain it!!Remember to provide a citation (footnote) in Chicago style SEE THE BIBLIOGRAPHY GUIDE Remember.when in doubt SITE IT. Each paragraph should have at least one citation at the end of it. Give Sammy the credit that he deserves! </p> <p>Step 5 Sammy is hungry for more citations About 10 should do the trick </p> <p>Do Now: Write down what your favorite food isWrite down all of the ingredients that go into it</p>

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