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  • Task : Writing Practice Shinta Ari Herdiana 1001120553 1. Paraphrase a piece of writing (source material) of one topic from your book Classroom research is a whole range of research studies on classroom (Author: McKay) 2. Write the result of paraphrase using Indirect quotation (innotes). (Note : Use the variation of common phrase when you quoting) As McKay (2006:3) points out, classroom research is a whole range of research studies on classroom McKay (2006:3) claims that classroom research is a whole range of research studies on classroom McKay (2006:3) argues that classroom research is a whole range of research studies on classroom 3. Write Direct quotation (innotes) using single quotation marks, double quotation marks, and a separated indented paragraph. (Note : Use the variation of common phrase when you quoting) a. Single Quotation Marks Three essential elements in the research are summed up succinctly by McKay (2006:3): „a question problem or hypothesis, data, analysis and interpretation of data‟. b. Double Quotation Marks McKay (2006:3) points out Johnson argument, “research can help us gain a richer understanding of the many interrelated factors involved in learning”.
  • c. A Separated Indented Paragraph McKay (2006:3) give definition: The importance of research is not so much that is supplies definitive answer to questions. Rather, research can help us gain a richer understanding of the many interrelated factors involved in learning. It can help us see how the ways we organize learning environments can promote or inhibit growth.