Lec 6: In-Text Citation and References

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Lec 6: In-Text Citation and References

  1. 1. FIRST DRAFT • Thesis statement + body paragraphs • Arial 11, spacing 1.5 • 2x ‘enter’ to begin new paragraph • NO need cover page • Mind your Grammar • Deadline: NEXT WEEK, 2nd Lecture.
  2. 2. GET READY!
  3. 3. IN-TEXT CITATIONS & REFERENCES
  4. 4. MASTERED ENOUGH? Complete PRACTICE 4 pg. 57 1. According to Alfred (2006), woman instinctively carry their infants on the left. 2. “There is a strong link between stress and appetite,” (Suchen, 2005, p.4). 3. Winfrey and Johan (1999) concluded that most of the toxicity in household waste comes from plastics.
  5. 5. A LITTLE BIT MORE… 4. Zety (2007) states that a cheerful shopping environment encourages people to spend. 5. Ling (2008) found that people who live in squatter homes are happy to live there and do not want to move.
  6. 6. PRACTICE 5 1. According to The Editorial, The Times (2009), “The Ministry of Education has failed to investigate the reasons for the declining standard of English among rural primary school children” (p. 34). 2. “Glee Electric aims to be a company that is constantly renewing itself, leaving the past behind and adapting to present global changes” (Tress, 2007, p. 17).
  7. 7. PRACTICE 6 1. It has been reported that children between the ages of eight and twelve years old enjoy eating Romana Chicken because it is crunchy, spicy and full of natural flavours (Dreamz Food, 2009) 2. According to an article in E-View (2009), hypermarkets and mini markets should decrease the price of goods and services during the economic slowdown so that people will spend more money.
  8. 8. Documentation of Sources Practice 10 Pg. 70 – Pg. 71
  9. 9. Answers Dancz, V., & Guha, R. (1983). Coming to writing and other essays. London: Harvard University Press. Bell, G. (2003). Speaking a second language. Language School Jurnal, 6, 200 – 211. Lucas, S.E. (2007). The art of public speaking. New York: McGraw Hill Freedman, D.H. (2009, July 13). Brain boosters. Newsweek, p. 14. Malloy, J. (Ed.). (2004). Blood types and personality. Retrieved from http://www.btp/blood.pdf
  10. 10. TAKE OUT YOUR ARTICLES List them as REFERENCES… NOW
  11. 11. IN CONCLUSION In-text citations are ..…. References are ……

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