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60 Free Essays on Paraphrase

  1. Action Research: Problem Solving

    WRI 101 based on their result in the EPT (English Placement Test), or failed WRI 101. The problem originated when the teacher introduced her WRI 101 students to the skills of summary and paraphrase applied in different tasks throughout the semester such as persuasive essays and to write a summary...

  2. jhbgvcf

    Direct Quotation Paraphrase What I think “I cannot sit idly by in Atlanta and not be concerned about what happens in Birmingham. Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” P1 Paragraph 4 MLKJ came to Birmingham to engage in a non-violent direct-action program to fight for the...

  3. Robin hood facts

    . What you hope to learn (your guiding question): More about the way he lived, all the people he stole from. 2. STEP 2: Fill out the following Digital Notecards with the information you find during your research 1 Source Title: 1911 Encyclopedia Direct Quote:   OR   Paraphrase: The oldest...

  4. paraphrasing

    Paraphrase Recognition via Dissimilarity Significance Classification Long Qiu, Min-Yen Kan and Tat-Seng Chua Department of Computer Science National University of Singapore Singapore, 117543 {qiul,kanmy,chuats}@comp.nus.edu.sg Abstract We propose a supervised, two-phase framework to address...

  5. What Are Some Techniques Writers Use to Paraphrase Effectively? 

     WHAT ARE SOME TECHNIQUES WRITERS USE TO PARAPHRASE EFFECTIVELY?  Integrating Sources  Techniques for Paraphrasing   When you write a paraphrase, you restate other’s ideas in your own words.  That is, you write the  meaning of the author’s ideas.  You use some of the author’s key terms, but...

  6. English Music Project

    ). (Circle one: Paraphrase – Summary – Direct Quotation) “French music first attained world wide popularity in the nineteenth century. Composer Hector Berloiz (1803-1869) and ardent exponent of the romantic spirit, pioneered the technique of telling dramatic stories and describing stories and...

  7. Student

    Part 5: A tutorial on Paraphrasing This final part of the tutorial consists of 4 parts: • Part 5a. How to paraphrase: A method. (A tutorial that helps you to develop the skills necessary to paraphrase successfully.) • Part 5b. How to paraphrase: Using the method. (An interactive...

  8. GEN 300 UOP Course Tutorial / Tutorialrank

    , and Paraphrase Activity GEN 300 Ethics in an Academic Environment Assignment PAPER ONLY GEN 300 Final Paper on Team Dynamics GEN 300 Student Web Scavenger Hunt GEN 300 Week 1 DQs GEN 300 Week 2 DQs GEN 300 Week 3 DQs GEN 300 Week 4 DQs GEN 300 Week 5 DQ...

  9. Don't Plagiarize

    , or theory; any facts, statistics, graphs, drawings—any pieces of information—that are not common knowledge; quotations of another person's actual spoken or written words; or paraphrase of another person's spoken or written words. These guidelines are taken from the Code of Student Rights...

  10. Term Paper

    ParaphraseParaphrase (pronounced /ˈpærəfreɪz/) is restatement of a text or passages, using other words. The term "paraphrase" derives via the Latin "paraphrasis" from the Greek para phraseïn, meaning "additional manner of expression". The act of paraphrasing is also called "paraphrasis." A...

  11. Freedom Writers

    , that those who came into existence because of rape have less Paraphrase Throughout the entire article, the author is speaking on the subject matter. When you paraphrase information, you are including the author’s idea(s) written in your own words. You paraphrase to simplify the...

  12. Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam - Paraphrase

    , once departed, may return no more." Paraphrase: The day has begun! Hurry up and open the door so we can live our lives – time is short. Another stanza that asserts the idea of a short life is: Quatrain 26 Oh, come with old Khayyam, and leave the Wise To talk; one thing is certain, that Life...

  13. Summary Writing

    l i:l.i with Academic writing normally requires that you support your ideas and opinions are four ways facts, statistics, quotations, and similar kinds of information. There indirectly, skills to use information from outside sources. You can quote it directly or also paraphrase of summarize it...

  14. GEN 300 UOP Course Tutorial / Shoptutorial

    GEN 300 Entire Course For more course tutorials visit www.shoptutorial.com GEN 300 Ethics in an Academic Environment Assignment POWERPOINT ONLY GEN 300 Team Dynamics Instructions GEN 300 Effects of Technology Essay GEN 300 Research,Summary, and Paraphrase Activity GEN 300 Ethics in an...

  15. Englsh Lecture of College Studenrs

    Reporting uses paraphrase and summary to acknowledge another author's ideas. You can extract and summarise important points, while at the same time making it clear from whom and where you have got the ideas you are discussing and what your point of view is. Compare, for example: Brown (1983, p...

  16. Women Under Taliban Rule

    live in the four walls of their homes. 3 Support Introduction (your words): Since the Taliban took control of Afghanistan; women cannot have an education, medical attention, or even walk the streets alone. 4 Support (quote or paraphrase, parenthetically cited): “The Taliban closed the...

  17. Is582

    checking service. So please be VERY mindful of proper citation.  • You paraphrases take ideas from other sources, but these ideas are written in your own words. A paraphrase is usually about the same length as the original text. • To paraphrase, do not just change a word here or there, or it...

  18. title title title

    ) Use of source material and documentation (0-1.5 points) Organization total: Style (0-2 points) Word choice/phrasing (0-1 point) Appropriate quotes/paraphrase (0-1 point) Style total: Mechanics (0-2 points) Punctuation/Spelling (0-1 point) Usage...

  19. GEN 300 Uop Course Tutorial / Uophelp

    . ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- GEN 300 Final Paper on Team Dynamics For more course tutorials visit www.uophelp.com Resources: Supplements Individual Paper on Team Dynamics Instructions and Brainstorming Techniques, located on your Week Three student Web site; and the Research, Summary, and Paraphrase...

  20. How to write a speech story

    . (Audience reaction) 3rd paragraph Mixes paraphrase and quotes to develop main points of the speech. 4th paragraph Mixes paraphrase and quotes to develop main points of the speech. 5th paragraph Helps set scene: packed room. 6th paragraph Background on audience. 7th paragraph...

  21. GEN 300 Uop Course Tutorial/Tutorialrank

    , and Paraphrase Activity GEN 300 Ethics in an Academic Environment Assignment PAPER ONLY GEN 300 Final Paper on Team Dynamics GEN 300 Student Web Scavenger Hunt GEN 300 Week 1 DQs GEN 300 Week 2 DQs GEN 300 Week 3 DQs GEN 300 Week 4 DQs GEN 300 Week 5 DQ...

  22. Plagarism

    : • another person’s idea, opinion, or theory; • any facts, statistics, graphs, drawings—any pieces of information—that are not common knowledge; • quotations of another person’s actual spoken or written words; or • Paraphrase of another person’s spoken or written words. 3...

  23. animal rights

    Sources/Annotated Bibliography Copy and paste from the source sheet: Notations (Write down the notes from the source you plan to use. Don't always write down the notes word-for-word from the source. Put them in your own words. These are called paraphrases or summaries. You also do not have...

  24. Essay

    and citing quotes and paraphrases. In a nutshell, this paragraph includes a topic sentence; three ideas that each feature the introduction of an idea (point), supporting quote or paraphrase (evidence), and detailed explanation of the evidence (analysis); and a transition sentence that hints at the...

  25. Smoke

    How to Paraphrase a Source Paraphrase is one form of note-taking. Paraphrasing information requires that the researcher rewrites the passage in his or her own words but still preserves the complete meaning of the passage. Direct quotation and summary are the other two ways in which to use...

  26. Scarlet Letter

    Paraphrase Excerpt – The Scarlet Letter The following is one paragraph from the novel (page 57). It has been separated for you into sentences. Look at each sentence, note the important information that is in there. Then, paraphrase each sentence, not leaving out anything important. Write your...

  27. Plagerism

    own. You integrate sources through the use of quotations, paraphrases, and summaries. Quotations duplicate the source’s exact words and acknowledge that another person wrote them. A paraphrase rewrites the source’s ideas in the writer’s own words, approximating the same length and level of detail...

  28. Orientation Research Paper

    invest my time in following this course with the right way. There’re some key elements may drive me to become professional student, three of them as following: • American Psychological Association (APA) style • Paraphrase • Organization skill Three elements above will be...

  29. A dancing girl poem

    Frances Sargent Osgood does a variety of things for “ A Dancing Girl” to accentuate the beauty of the dancer, whereas the paraphrase is quite bland and, obviously, not nearly as elegant in comparison to the way Osgood tells the story. The main things that are shut out of the paraphrase that I want...

  30. EED 440 UOP Course Tutorial / Tutorialrank

    , and Paraphrase Activity GEN 300 Ethics in an Academic Environment Assignment PAPER ONLY GEN 300 Final Paper on Team Dynamics GEN 300 Student Web Scavenger Hunt GEN 300 Week 1 DQs GEN 300 Week 2 DQs GEN 300 Week 3 DQs GEN 300 Week 4 DQs GEN 300 Week 5 DQ...