Posted: March 8th, 2022
Part 1: Quoting
Required source: A professional journal article from the list presented in the Library section of the classroom as explained above. Do not look for quotes already presented in the article; your mission is to find direct statements in the article and quote them yourself.
Quotation 1: Parenthetical citation
Choose a meaningful statement of 25–39 words from the article and quote it without introduction, using in-text citation after the end-quotation mark and before the final sentence punctuation.
Quotation 2: Narrative citation
Choose a different meaningful statement of 25–39 words from the same article and quote it properly, starting your sentence with “According to” or a similar introduction, and inserting proper citation as explained in the reading.
Edit just one of your two quotes by correctly using brackets, an ellipsis, or [sic]. These techniques are explained in the reading.
If the original does not have an error, you cannot use [sic] and must instead employ either brackets for a clarification or an ellipsis to delete words. Note that British English spellings are not considered errors.
Provide a full 7th edition APA-standard reference entry for this journal article.
Part 2: Paraphrasing From Two Other Articles
Choose two other journal articles from the same Library list. It is recommended that you pick articles that are relatively easy for you to understand, especially if you are new to the technology field. Find a section of each article that interests you and write paraphrases.
For each of your two paraphrases, separately:
Compose a descriptive title (a phrase) in your own words. Use title case.
Write a paraphrase of 170–220 words. If it is difficult to meet the minimum length or to avoid writing more than the maximum, then a more suitable section (or section size) from the original article must be chosen.
Do not include any quotes.
Write the paraphrases in paragraph form (no lists).
Include proper citation as explained in the reading.
Provide a full 7th edition APA-standard reference entry.
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