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LING 402 - ACADEMIC DISCOURSE PRACTICES: A critical approach. Week 6 BRINGING READING INTO WRITING. Session Outline. Content and use of paraphrase, summary and then quotes. Plagiarism Preparation for next week’s session. Paraphrase, summary and direct quotes.

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session outline
Session Outline
  • Content and use of paraphrase, summary and then quotes.
  • Plagiarism
  • Preparation for next week’s session
paraphrase summary and direct quotes
Paraphrase, summary and direct quotes

1) What is the best way to produce a good summary/paraphrase?

2) What makes a good paraphrase/ summary (ie what criteria should we use to judge it)?

paraphrase and summary
Paraphrase and Summary
  • The Dramatist Approach
using direct quotes
Using Direct Quotes

When is it better to use a quote than paraphrase/ summary?

List all the reasons you can think of.

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When is it better to use a quote than paraphrase/ summary?

List all the reasons you can think of.

-->Compare to the list of suggested reasons.

how to quote
How To Quote
  • Look at the three sets of phrases in point #4 on the handout about how to quote.
  • How do the three sets differ in usage? ie why would the writer choose these?
  • Add more examples to each set if possible
guiding principles
Guiding Principles
  • Use sources as concisely as possible – do not drown out your own voice.
  • Make it clear when it is your voice and when it is the voice of the author(s) you are referring to.
  • Always make sure your source contributes to your argument.
plagiarism
Plagiarism

1) Read the handout

In groups decide:

Where do youdraw the line in the list of points (1-6)?

What is acceptable?

2) Discuss why plagiarism happens?

Make a list of reasons.

plagiarism1
Plagiarism

3) Look at the list of suggested reasons on the second handout. How far do you agree with the suggested points?

preparation for week 7
Preparation for week 7
  • In small groups discuss your answers to the 4 questions which you were given with the Quirk (1990) text.
preparation for week 71
Preparation for week 7
  • Which bits of the text would you want to respond to in your own writing?