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Summarizing, Quoting, Paraphrasing and Analyzing. Four basic techniques of academic prose. Summarizing. Read , reread and three-read. Summarizing. Read , reread and three-read Find the author’s main claim or central research question. Summarizing. Read , reread and three-read

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    1. Summarizing, Quoting, Paraphrasing and Analyzing Four basic techniques of academic prose

    2. Summarizing • Read, reread and three-read

    3. Summarizing • Read, reread and three-read • Find the author’s main claim or central research question

    4. Summarizing • Read, reread and three-read • Find the author’s main claim or central research question • Outline the article, hitting key sub points

    5. Summarizing • Read, reread and three-read • Find the author’s main claim or central research question • Outline the article, hitting key sub points • Pay attention to the abstract, if there is one

    6. Quoting • Keep quotations brief, especially if you are in the sciences. The study reported that “School curricula should deal directly with issues of power, gender politics and violence against women.”

    7. Quoting • Keep quotations brief, especially if you are in the sciences. • Become a fan of partial quotes. The AAUW report is "politicized research" and "false political propaganda," says Judith Kleinfeld, professor of psychology at the University of Alaska–Fairbanks.

    8. Quoting • Keep quotations brief, especially if you are in the sciences. • Become a fan of partial quotes. • Use block quotations sparingly.

    9. Paraphrasing A paraphrase needs to be in your own words. If the language is too close to the original, you risk the charge of plagiarism.

    10. Analyzing A summary tells us what someone said, while an analysis tells us what it means.

    11. Analyzing • Look up unfamiliar words or technical terms.

    12. Analyzing • Look up unfamiliar words or technical terms. • Make sure you understand what the author is arguing.

    13. Analyzing • Look up unfamiliar words or technical terms. • Make sure you understand what the author is arguing. • Engage your critical thinking skills.

    14. Analyzing • Look up unfamiliar words or technical terms. • Make sure you understand what the author is arguing. • Engage your critical thinking skills. • Reading is key. If you don’t understand what you’ve read, it will be hard to analyze it.

    15. Analyzing • Look up unfamiliar words or technical terms. • Make sure you understand what the author is arguing. • Engage your critical thinking skills. • Reading is key. If you don’t understand what you’ve read, it will be hard to analyze it. Read actively.