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    • Tuesday, Feb 2, 2010Mrs Robin is absent(please go to the next slide)
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      The plan for the day
      Check vocab unit 11
      Peer review of paragraphs on Zen
      Activity about using outside sources
      As you finish each activity, then go to the next slide, unless the slide tells you to go to the next slide
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      Check vocab
      My book with the answers is on the front cabinet
      We need a “volunteer” to lead the class. How about Nuly.
      Nuly, please call on people like I do. Please write down who answers so that they (and you) can get participation points.
      When you are done, go to the next slide.
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      Peer review
      Allow 10 minutes for this
      Get out your hard copy of the paragraph that was your homework
      Find a partner
      Read each other’s work
      Circle where the other person used Wang Wei & the article
      Work together to fix any grammar mistakes
      Put your work in the bin
      Turn to the next slide
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      Summarizing, paraphrasing and direct quotes (write this down)
      Summary: short overall picture of an author’s ideas. Your words.
      Paraphrase: longer than a summary. May go through things in the same order as an author. Generally your words.
      Direct quote: short phase or “apt words” (like lingaculture). Uses “quotation marks.” Word-for-word from another author.
      Next slide.
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      Summarizing, paraphrasing and direct quotes (write this down)
      With summary, paraphrase or direct quote, you must give credit to the source author or you are plagiarizing.
      Next slide.
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      Your turn
      Time to see how these different ways of using outside sources works.
      Please pass out the Washington Post article on the hidden brain. It is on the front cabinet.
      Read the article. Don’t worry about anything but reading now.
      Next slide when all are done reading.
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      Your turn
      Interesting article, huh?
      I wrote an essay about it. I used a summary, paraphrase, direct quote, and I plagiarized!
      Please pass out my essay on the front cabinet.
      Next slide.
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      Your turn
      In groups of two, read my essay and answers the questions on the next slide.
      When you finish, please put your work in the bin. Each person should turn in their own work.
      If you have extra time, you may quiz each other on vocab.
      Homework = vocab quiz on Friday.
      Next slide for questions.
    • Vedantam’sHidden Brain
      Find the thesis statement
      Find an example of an “apt phrase” that is in quotations
      Find an example of a paraphrase
      Find an example of a summary
      Find an example of a direct quote
      Find two examples of phrases that tell the reader that an idea or word are Vedantam’s
      Find an example of plagiarism