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The sandwich mrs lombardo s approach to using sources in writing

The SandwichMrs. Lombardo’s approach to using sources in writing

YUM!


Apa format

APA Format

  • Method of organizing sources when writing and researching


Apa format1

APA Format

  • Reference Page: list of all sources used in paper

  • In-text citation (aka: parenthetical documentation): briefly citing a source in the body of a paper.

    The in-text citation directs you to the fully detailed entry on the reference page.


In text citation

In-text citation

  • Needs 3 pieces of information:

    • Author last name

    • Publish date

    • Page number of specific detail used

      Always entered in the text of your body paragraphs

      Ex: (Smith, 2010, p. 21)


Reference page entry

Reference Page Entry

  • Last page of paper/document

  • Alphabetical

  • Information needed depends on type of source


Reference page

Reference Page

Ex. for Book:

Smith, J. (2010). Smith’s guide to penguins. New York: New York Finest Publishing

Ex. for Website:

Williams, A. B. (2012, Jan. 4). The top ten facts about life. Retrieved: Feb. 20, 2012 from www.life.com


Three ways to use a source

Three ways to use a source

  • Paraphrase

  • Summary

  • Direct Quote


Paraphrase

Paraphrase

  • Someone else’s ideas in your own words

  • must be cited with in-text citation (parenthetical documentation)


Direct quotes

Direct Quotes

  • Direct quote is word-for-word what is written in the original source.

  • Must have parenthetical documentation

  • Must include quotations “ ”

  • Should be used only when a paraphrase will not get across the same idea or effect. (such as if the source’s wording is unique)


A big bet on gluten free by stephanie strom

A Big Bet on Gluten-Freeby Stephanie Strom

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/02/18/business/food-industry-wagers-big-on-gluten-free.html?ref=nutrition&_r=1


Paraphrase example

Paraphrase Example

Paraphrase: According to Stephanie Strom of the New York Times, the gluten-free market is growing and companies are responding. Though there is a portion of society who cannot have gluten due to health problems, it is much smaller than the nearly 30% of people who are contributing to the growth by saying they would like to eat less gluten (2014).


Summary example

Summary Example

Summary:

According to a New York Times article, the gluten-free market is growing because of increasing demands (Strom, 2014).


Direct quote sample

Direct Quote sample

The New York Times reports that gluten-free products are on the rise. Despite the fact that “a Mayo Clinic survey in 2012 concluded that only about 1.8 Americans have celiac disease,” 30% of people would like to lower their consumption of gluten (Strom, 2014).


The research sandwich

The Research Sandwich

Your ideas

Quote, paraphrase or summary from source

Your explanation of how this information relates to your topic and your overall point (your thesis)


The sandwich paraphrase

The Sandwich Paraphrase

A trip to the grocery store today reveals a new trend in American diets- gluten-free. More and more companies are developing products and many stores have complete aisles devoted to this trend. It may seem that gluten-free is being pushed down the throats of the public, but these corporations are only responding to the increase in demand. According to The New York Times, even though only a small portion of the society have a disease requiring them to give up gluten, nearly 30% of American’s wish to buy and eat less gluten (Strom, 2014). If the products have become that popular that a third of the nation wants them, companies need to keep up and will continue to manufacture gluten-free products to meet the demand.


The sandwich paraphrase1

The Sandwich Paraphrase

A trip to the grocery store today reveals a new trend in American diets- gluten-free. More and more companies are developing products and many stores have complete aisles devoted to this trend. It may seem that gluten-free is being pushed down the throats of the public, but these corporations are only responding to the increase in demand. According to The New York Times, even though only a small portion of the society have a disease requiring them to give up gluten, nearly 30% of American’s wish to buy and eat less gluten (Strom, 2014). If the products have become that popular that a third of the nation wants them, companies need to keep up and will continue to manufacture gluten-free products to meet the demand.


References

References

Strom, S. (2014, Feb. 17). A big bet on gluten-free. New York Times. Retrieved Feb. 27, 2014 from http://well.blogs.nytimes.com


Buying food with cash or plastic by tara parker pope

Buying Food with Cash or Plasticby Tara Parker-Pope

“In part of their study, the authors looked at the shopping behavior of a random sample of 1,000 single-member households who normally shop at chain stores. The authors looked at what these households purchased over a six-month period on each visit to the store, and how they paid for their items. Most of the households switched between card and cash payments on different trips (but the researchers did not randomly assign one form of payment versus another, so there may be some other lurking variables at play).

In this analysis, consumers were significantly more likely to purchase unhealthy foods like cakes and cookies when using a credit or debit card.”


References1

References

Parker-Pope, T. (2010, Oct. 19). Buying food with cash or plastic. New York Times. Retrieved Oct. 19, 2010 from http://well.blogs.nytimes.com


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