Storyboard-Dawn,Karen, Keith, MichelleText size/font/color titles:24/Britannic Bold/ tan background 2 75%Text size/font/color copy:16/Calibri/Red accent 2 25%Text size/font/color tips: 12/Verdana/Orange accent 6 50%Page 1-Introduction including goals and objectivesCoach #1-Translation into SpanishCoach #2-Tips and highlightsTitle of Book:How to successfully complete a research paper while avoiding plagiarismGrade level:9th-12th gradesGenre: InformativeContent Area: English Language ArtsSource
Page 3-How to use coaches Hi, my name is Hali. When you click on me I will translate portions of the text into Spanish. Hello, I’m Monty! Click on me for additional tips and clarification. Howdy, my name is Bot. Click on me for questions to get you thinking!
Page 4-Prior preparation needed/What is plagiarism?Gather pencil or pen, paper, and head to the library. Have your topic already chosen. Findsources within the library. Use this book to ensure success while completing the research topicin order to avoid plagiarism. WHAT IS PLAGIARISM, SO YOU CAN AVOID IT?Plagiarism is a form of cheating. It is using or copying someone else’s words or ideas deliberately orthrough carelessness, and presenting them as if they were your own. In order to avoid plagiarism andrisk failure and possible suspension, simply follow this guided instruction outlining how to correctly citeall sources. You are on your way to creating a successful research paper. WHAT IS PLAGIARISM SO YOU CAN AVOID IT?Plagiarism is . . .Plagiarism is Pretending Another’s Information is Your Own ● Copying another’s entire paper and claiming it as one’s own ● Copying information from a source and pretending that information is one’s own.Plagiarism is Using Quotation Marks Incorrectly ● Copying information from a source word for word without putting quotes around those words-- whether or not the source is cited there in the paper or on the works cited pagePlagiarism is Improper Citation ● Copying information from a source but changing the words around without providing an in-text citation--whether or not the source is cited on the works cited page.Plagiarism is Sloppy Documentation ● Copying information incorrectly, putting quotation marks around it, including a proper in-text citation, citing it properly on the works cited page. ● Copying information correctly with quotation marks, including a proper in-text citation, but no citation on the works cited page.Plagiarism is Quoting Inaccurately ● Changing the spelling of a word, changing a letter from upper to lower case, or changing the verb tense in an exact quotation without indicating it as such with brackets or ellip Hali Translate into Spanish: Plagiarism is a form of cheating. It is using or copying someone else’s words or ideas deliberately or through carelessness, and presenting them as if they were your own. Plagiarism is pretending another’s information is your own, using quotation marks incorrectly, improper citation, sloppy documentation, and quoting inaccurately. Monty As you can see there are many different examples of plagiarism. Plagiarism can easily be avoided if you take accurate notes and keep track of sources consulted. Bot What materials will you need to take with you to the library to ensure accurate notes and keeping track of sources?
Page 5-How to beginPrior to beginning your research, you need to have narrowed down your topic. In preparation tobegin, have a writing utensil and notebook ready, including your topic, and head to the library. Hali Translate into Spanish: Prior to beginning your research, you need to have narrowed down your topic. In preparation to begin, have a writing utensil and notebook ready, including your topic, and head to the library. Monty Looking for a way to keep your notes organized? Get a three ring binder and insert three dividers. Label one divider Books, one divider Internet Sources, and one divider Anthologies/ Encyclopedias. Write information down from each source on a piece of paper and file in the appropriate place. You could do the same with folders on a computer. Bot Next we will cover how to properly cite a book. What information from a book do you think is needed to construct a proper citation?Source
Page 6-How to write down citations from book1. Single authorFor a work with one author, begin the entry with the authors last name, followed by a comma; thengive the authors first name, followed by a period.Tannen, Deborah.2. Multiple authorsFor works with two or three authors, name the authors in the order in which they are listed in thesource. Reverse the name of only the first author.Walker, Janice R., and Todd Taylor.Wilmut, Ian, Keith Campbell, and Colin Tudge.Basic format for a bookFor most books, arrange the information into three units, each followed by a period and one space: 1. The authors name 2. The title and subtitle, underlined 3. The place of publication, the publisher, and the date.Take the information about the book from its title page and copyright page. Use a short form of thepublishers name; omit terms such as Press, Inc., and Co. except when naming university presses(Harvard UP, for example). If the copyright page lists more than one date, use the most recent one.Author with an editorBegin with the author and title, followed by the name of the editor. The abbreviation "Ed."means "Edited by," so it is the same for one or multiple editors.Kerouac, Jack. Atop an Underwood. Ed. Paul Marion. New York: Penguin, 2000.EditorAn entry for a work with an editor is similar to that for a work with an author except that the name isfollowed by a comma and the abbreviation "ed." for "editor" (or "eds." for "editors").Craig, Patricia, ed. The Oxford Book of Travel Stories. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1996. Hali Translate into Spanish: Above are examples of how write down citations from books with a single author, multiple authors, author with an editor, and editor. Monty What is the difference between an author and an editor? An author is someone who writes books. An editor is someone who produces a book by selecting and arranging items that someone else has authored. A book might contain selected short stories by Jack Kerouac. That same book might have an editor that selected the stories to include and determined in what order they should appear.
Page 7-How to write down citation from internet source Work from a service such as InfoTrac or DISCUSLibraries pay for access to databases through subscription services such as DISCUS. When youretrieve a work from a subscription service, give as much of the following information as is available:Publication information for the source (see citations for articles)1. The name of the database, underlined2. The name of the service3. The name and location of the library where you retrieved the article4. The date on which you retrieved the article5. The URL of the serviceJohnson, Kirk. "The Mountain Lions of Michigan." Endangered Species Update 19.2 (2002): 27+. Expanded Academic Index. DISCUS. U of Michigan Lib., Ann Arbor. 26 Nov. 2002 <http:// Work from a service such as InfoTrac or DISCUSLibraries pay for access to databases through subscription services such as DISCUS. When youretrieve a work from a subscription service, give as much of the following information as is available:Publication information for the source (see citations for articles)1. The name of the database, underlined2. The name of the service3. The name and location of the library where you retrieved the article4. The date on which you retrieved the article5. The URL of the serviceJohnson, Kirk. "The Mountain Lions of Michigan." Endangered Species Update 19.2 (2002): 27+. Expanded Academic Index. DISCUS. U of Michigan Lib., Ann Arbor. 26 Nov. 2002 <http:// infotrac.galegroup.com>. infotrac.galegroup.com>. Hali Translate into Spanish: Above are examples on how to write a citation for an internet source. An example is given for a library subscription based database and a [freely available internet source? like CNN?] Monty Having trouble determining if an item should be cited as coming from a subscription service or as a freely available web site? Ask your teacher or school media specialist.Source
Page 8-How to write down citation from anthology or encyclopediaEncyclopedia or dictionary entryWhen an encyclopedia or a dictionary is well known, simply list the author of the entry (if there isone), the title of the entry, the title of the reference work, the edition number (if any), and the date ofthe edition.Posner, Rebecca. "Romance Languages." The New Encyclopaedia Britannica: Macropaedia. 15th ed. 1987."Sonata." The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language. 4th ed. 2000.Work in an anthology (This is what your literature book is.)Give the elements in this order: 1. The name of the author of the selection (not the name of the editor of the anthology) 2. The title of the selection 3. The title of the anthology 4. The name of the editor, preceded by "Ed." for "Edited by" 5. Publication information 6. The pages on which the selection appearsIf you wish, you may cross-reference two or more works from the same anthology. Provide an entryfor the anthology. Then in separate entries list the author and title of each selection, followed by thelast name of the editor of the anthology and the page numbers on which the selection appears.Desai, Anita. "Scholar and Gypsy." Craig 251-73.Malouf, David. "The Kyogle Line." Craig 390-96.Alphabetize the entry for the anthology under the name of its editor (Craig); alphabetize the entriesfor the selections under the names of the authors (Desai, Malouf). Hali Translate into Spanish: Follow the examples above for citing an dictionary, encyclopedia, or anthology. Monty What is a difference between an encyclopedia and an anthology? An anthology is a book that has writings of a similar form, like your literature book, or of a similar topic but by various authors. An encyclopedia contains brief articles on a wide range of subjects or various aspects of a particular field, often arranged alphabetically. Bot Now you know how to property cite sources! Next we will talk about how to arrange the sources on a works cited page.Source
Page 9-How to organize sources into works cited page correctly? WORKS CITED EXAMPLE Anderson 5 Works CitedAberfoyle, John. The Importance of Spenser. New York: Double Day, 1979.Shakespeare, William. "Sonnet 130." Elements of Literature. Austin: Holt, Rinehart, andWinston, 2000.Williams, Carlos. "The Sun Shines Softly on the Trees." In the Orchard. Chicago: RandomHouse, 1999.Hali Translate to Spanish: Here is an example of how to arrange your works cited page.Monty Sources are arranged in alphabetical order by the author’s last name.Bot Can you think of different ways in which sources can be used in your paper or project?Source
Page 10-Begin using sources-what is a paraphrase?A paraphrase is when you take another’s words and ideas, rewriting them into your own words.To avoid plagiarism, you should put aside what you have read, write it in your own words,then double check that it should not be a direct quote. When you paraphrase, you are notonly summarizing, you are including many points. Due to the fact that you are paraphrasinganother’s words and ideas, following the paraphrase you must put the author’s last name andpage # within parenthesis.Hali Translate into Spanish: Above text.Monty In order to paraphrase you need to make sure that you understand the text that you would like to paraphrase. Reread the text several times if necessary to make sure you understand its meaning.
Page 11-Begin using sources-what is a direct quote?A direct quote is when you copy another’s words or ideas directly into your paper. If you use adirect quote, this thought belongs to someone else, so you must place it exactly as found withinquotation marks, and follow it with the author’s last name and page # within parenthesis. Hali Translate into Spanish: above text Monty Use quotations sparingly as using too many quotations will prevent the work from being your own original thoughts or material. Bot Do I need to quote the fact that the world is round?http://piercepenniless.files.wordpress.com/2011/06/quotation-marks.jpg
Page 12-Begin using sources-what all needs documented?WHAT TO DOCUMENT TO AVOID PLAGIARISM1. In general, you do not need to document information that appears in several sources or facts thatappear in standard reference books. For example, a statement like ”Hamlet is considered Shakespeare’smost important tragic work”. Main facts of an author’s life also do not need to be credited.2. Document the sources of quotations.3. Document any original thought or theory that belongs to an author. This includes paraphrasing.4. Document unusual, little known, or questionable facts and statistics. Hali Translate into Spanish: above text Monty Information that appears in several sources or facts that appear in standard reference books is known as common knowledge. When in doubt? It is better to be safe than sorry. Cite if you are not sure.http://lifehacker.com/399895/top-10-conversation-hacks
Page 13-How to properly cite a direct quotationKey information-Write it EXACTLY as you see it, same spelling, punctuation, same everything.Put it within quotation marks, followed by the Author and page # in parenthesis , or use boxesbelow as a guide for variations. No matter what, quote it, cite who wrote it or said it. Guidelines for Using Quotations 1. Quote a whole sentence, introducing it in your own words. Exp. Margaret Wilson sums up Hurston’s belief in this way: “she saw people as people”(110). 2. Quote part of the sentence in a sentence of your own. Exp. The long sermon “was taken almost verbatim from Hurston’s field notes” (Hemenway 197). 3. Quote just one word or a few words in a sentence of your own. Exp. Eatonville was where she heard the local storytellers tell their “lies” (Hurston 197). 4. Use ellipses (three spaced periods) to indicate omissions from quotations. Exp. According to Lillian Howard, “she learned to view the good old lies . . . as invaluable as folklore . . .” (Hurston 136). 5. Set off longer quotations as “blocks.” For quotes longer than 4 typed lines, indent the entire quote over and double space as in the rest of the papers. Hali Translate into Spanish: Above are examples of how to properly cite a direct quotation. Monty Specific rules of punctuation may vary depending on the citation style that you are using. The most commonly used citations styles are APA and MLA.
Page 14-How to properly cite a paraphrase or ideaEven though you do not use a direct quote, which would be contained within quotation marks,to avoid plagiarism, you need to cite all ideas which are not your own. For example, if you arewriting a research paper on Dracula, and find out that the character was fashioned after Vladthe Impaler, you need to follow this fact with the author’s name and page# within parenthesis. Hali Translate into Spanish: above text Monty Quotations are not needed because you are not quoting exact words. But it’s still important to properly cite your sources to avoid plagiarism. Bot A checklist of what is needed to construct a works cited page and in text citations would be great to have.http://cngblog.files.wordpress.com/2010/03/19364-clipart-illustration-of-a-hyper-male-college-professor-wearing-glasses-using-a-pointing-stick-while-teaching-his-students-in-class.jpg
Page 15-Double-check to avoid plagiarism-checklist of works cited page WORKS CITED PAGE FORMAT-Last name and page number are in the upper right hand corner-“Works Cited” is centered on the page 1 inch from the top-The entire Works Cited is double spaced including the space between title and 1st entry-“Works Cited” is not in quotation marks, underlined, or in bold font-The entries are not numbered-The entries are in alphabetical order based on the author’s last name, or if no author, the title of thebook or article-All the required sources are listed-The 2nd line of each entry and each consecutive line of that entry is indented 5 spaces-Title of books, magazines, newspapers, etc. are underlined or italicized-Titles of articles are placed in quotation marksBook source-Author’s last name is followed by a comma and the entire name is followed by a period-A period follows the title of the book, magazine, etc.-A colon follows the place of publication-A comma follows the name of the publisher-A period follows the copyright yearPeriodical-Author’s last name is followed by a comma and the entire name is followed by a period-Title of article is in quotation marks-Periods are located in correct places (After article, not after journal, after volume)-Issue date is given in day/month/year format and followed by a colon-Page numbers are followed by a period.http://www.clipartreview.com/pages/100914-134719-852009.htmlPage 16-Double-check to avoid plagiarism-checklist of internal citations FINAL CHECKLIST PRIOR TO SUBMITTING YOUR RESEARCH PAPERQuotes
*You placed EVERYTHING copied word for word in quotation marks*You have cited all paraphrased information*Documentation has correct form (Documentation is the first word from the works cited entry EXACTLYas it appears on the works cited entry and is followed by a page number or np).*All quotes and paraphrases documented and on the works cited page. Internal documentation andworks cited must match!Works Cited*Sources are listed that are used in the paper (no extras)*Follow proper format (Alphabetical order, reverse indentations, correct citations)http://www.clipartguide.com/_pages/0511-0701-3118-0933.html
Page 17-Documentation of sources used to create this bookCoach #1-Translation into SpanishThe Purdue Online Writing Lab. The Writing Lab and OWL at Purdue and Purdue University, 2005-201. Web. Oct. 2011. <http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/>http://images.clipartof.com/small/1063494-Clipart-3d-Robot-Documenting-Shipments-Royalty-Free-CGI-Illustration.jpg