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“Quotations” and Attribution

“Quotations” and Attribution

“Quotations” and Attribution . Chapter 9. “Why Use Quotes?” he asked. . Because quotations add color and interest to news stories by allowing readers to “hear” many voices rather than just the voice of the writer. Three types of quotes: Direct—present a source’s exact words

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Modifying Quotations “Paint chips taste better than scabs.” - Reed Thorndyke

Modifying Quotations “Paint chips taste better than scabs.” - Reed Thorndyke

Modifying Quotations “Paint chips taste better than scabs.” - Reed Thorndyke. Journalism text Chapter 8.2 Pages 213-217. Journalistic Issues With Quotations. Journalists are of two camps Some say never change a quotation Others believe there are exceptions.

By elsu
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Quote Types

Quote Types

Quote Types. Yes, you really need to know these. Direct Quotes. These are word for word replays of information from sources to provide insight into a story. Direct quotes may be full sentences or parts of sentences.

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Admit Slips/Exit Slips. Admit Slips/Exit Slips. These slips are a writing to learn activity that requires students to reflect on their learning. Exit slips are completed and handed in before students leave the classroom while Entry slips are handed in as students enter the room for class.

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Tongue

Tongue

Tongue. Structures of the tongue. Structures of the tongue. What type of tissue is the tongue made from?. Taste receptors Also known as gustatory buds or taste buds. The Tongue. THE TONGUE is: Mass of muscle tissue

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Tongue

Tongue

Tongue. 3.03 Remember the structures of the sensory system. 1. Tongue. Taste. 3.04 Understand the functions and disorders of the sensory system. 2. Structures of the tongue. What type of tissue is the tongue made?. Taste receptors Also known as gustatory buds or taste buds.

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Tongue

Tongue

Tongue. 3.03 Remember the structures of the sensory system. 1. Tongue. Taste. 3.04 Understand the functions and disorders of the sensory system. 2. Structures of the tongue. What type of tissue is the tongue made?. Taste receptors Also known as gustatory buds or taste buds.

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TONGUE

TONGUE

TONGUE. Tongue. derived from 1 st -4 th branchial arches manipulates food for chewing and swallowing contains no bony supports for the muscles the extrinsic muscles of the tongue anchor the tongue firmly to surrounding bones and prevent the mythical possibility of 'swallowing' the tongue

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Tongue

Tongue

Tongue. External features- Root Tip Body- dorsum or superior surface & inferior surface Root-attached to the mandible & soft palate above and to the hyoid bone below. Tip- anterior free end & lies behind the upper incisor teeth.

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Exit Slips

Exit Slips

Exit Slips. Ming-Jen Fang Comprehension and Content Area Reading Instructor: Katie Dredger. What Is “Exit Slips”?. It is a method to know what the students have learned from the class today. The slips are not going to be scored, so the students will not feel pressure about them.

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Deposit Slips

Deposit Slips

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