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Basic Guide on how to APA Reference for Senior PDHPE

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APA Reference

  1. 1. APA Referencing APA Referencing A quick guide
  2. 2. When to cite? You must cite any quote or idea that IS NOT YOUR OWN You can cite or reference a textbook, book, journal, website and even class notes However, you must make sure the source is reputable and genuine
  3. 3. When to cite? You need to reference so that you ACKNOWLEDGE that you are using someone else’s idea or knowledge within your own work Failure to do so, will result in an N AWARD based on PLAGARISM ZERO GRADE.
  4. 4. What do you need to reference? Author/s or Group Title (and edition) Year Published Publisher Location of Publication All of this can be found inside the cover of any book You may need to search the online source for the same information
  5. 5. Reference List vs. In-text Reference Basic Reference List Author/s or Group. Year Published. Title (and edition). Location of Publication. Publisher Neeves, D. , Proctor, K. , Reeves, R. (2009). Outcomes 2: Personal Development, Health and Physical Education (4th ed.). Brisbane: JacarandaPlus.
  6. 6. Reference List vs. In-text Reference Basic in-text reference (Author Surname or Group, Year Published) If using direct a quote (Author Surname or Group, Year Published, page number/s) (Ratusau, 2014) M.Smith, 2002, p.12) (A. Smith, 2014, p.3)
  7. 7. Reference List vs. In-text Reference Basic in-text reference for GROUP of AUTHORS (Author Surnames or Group, Year Published) If using direct a quote (Author Surnames or Group, Year Published, page number/s)
  8. 8. Reference List vs. In-text Reference For two authors (Adams & Hamid, 1997, p. 12) For more than two authors, the first citation must list them ALL. After that ‘et al.’ can be used (Neeves, Proctor & Reeves, 2009, p. 261) Then, in the remainder of the assignment (Neeves et al., 2009, p. 22)
  9. 9. Things to remember When in doubt, cite it NOT JUST QUOTES Alphabetical order for authors You need to IN-TEXT reference AND provide and REFERENCE LIST of all sources You will need MORE than ONE SOURCE for this assessment It’s easier to not DIRECT QUOTE, otherwise you have to be MORE SPECIFIC with in-text citation
  10. 10. Things to remember When in doubt, cite it NOT JUST QUOTES Alphabetical order for authors You need to IN-TEXT reference AND provide and REFERENCE LIST of all sources You will need MORE than ONE SOURCE for this assessment It’s easier to not DIRECT QUOTE, otherwise you have to be MORE SPECIFIC with in-text citation

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