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Quotation

  1. 1. A2-group
  2. 2. WHY
  3. 3. ReasonsI. Textual evidence can help prove our case.II. Data and specialized knowledge can make our argument stronger.III. Direct quotes from a speech or interview can make our words more powerful.
  4. 4. Example of 3 reasonrd President JohnF. Kennedychallenged, “asknot what ourcountry can dofor you. Askwhat you can dofor your country.”
  5. 5. TIPs -Definition - Punctuation - Citations-Indented Quotes
  6. 6. Definition
  7. 7. DEFINITION• Quotation means writing down exactly what a person said or wrote. Quotations are never officially used "quotes“ in academic writing.
  8. 8. Punctuation
  9. 9. Citation
  10. 10. CITATION• Citation means mentioning sources where you got information from. For ex, • Quotation “To be or not to be“ • Citation: "To be or not to be" (Shakespeare)
  11. 11. INDENTED QUOTES
  12. 12. INDENTED QUOTES Sometimes in an essay, you will use along quotation. But, no quotation longerthan five lines should be within the body of the text of your essay. If you chooseto use a long quotation (longer than fivelines of text), then you should indent the quotation.
  13. 13. ADVICE We recommend that you use them asoften as possible. However, follow theserules so that you use them correctly. Ifyou use a quotation without citing , youcould be accused of plagiarism (orcopying someone elses words as yourown).
  14. 14. Punctuation
  15. 15. PUNCTUATION Definition: The use of standardmarks and signs in writing andprinting to separate words intosentences, clauses, and phrases inorder to clarify their meaning Example: Comma, question mark, exclamation mark…
  16. 16. The principal marks of punctuation are: The Comma [ , ]• The Semicolon [ ; ]• The Colon [ : ]• The Period or Full Stop [ . ]• The Interrogation or Question Mark [ ? ]• The Exclamation Mark [ ! ]• The Dash [ — ]• The Parenthesis [ ( ) ]• The Quotation Mark [ " " ]
  17. 17. Mega example In Shakespeare’s play AsYou Like It, Touchstone says toAudrey in the Forest of Arden"The fool doth think he is wise,but the wise man knowshimself to be a fool." (Act V,Scene I).
  18. 18. REFERENCES • http://quotationspage.com• /http://www.wikihow.com/Use-Internal- Citations • www.goodreads.com • http://www.brainyquote.com/
  19. 19. THANK YOU FORATTENTION

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