Catching Quotes & Paraphrases<br />ESL 102 Week 5 Day 1Mr. Lawrence LawsonPalomar College<br />
Free Write<br />Please take out your Free Write Journals and scribble your thoughts for 10 minutes.<br />
Reading Quiz #5<br />You know what to do by now. :D<br />Good luck! Read FWD 41-50 when done.<br />
WoTD<br /><ul><li>To attribute (v.): to think that someone or something has a particular quality or feature
Ex: I attribute that idea to Neda.
Ex: The problem can be attributed to boredom.
Related Words: attributable, attributed, attributes, attributing, attribution</li></li></ul><li>Fix It<br />Third, if the ...
Fix It<br />If schools want to ban books, they should have the given standard to distinguish bad one from good one.  <br />
Fix It<br />Teachers letting students know where they are, in the rating structure.<br />
Fix It<br />As everyone knows, children always want to pretend to be like adults.<br />
By the end of class, you will<br />Apply knowledge of “catching” to quotes.<br />
First…A Quick Discussion<br />	1. Pailisargm is presentingsemonoeeesl’swrdos or iedas as yuor own.<br />2. Paraphrases are...
Catching!<br />How Not to Catch.<br />How to Catch.<br />
Catching!<br />When catching a quote/paraphrase, we must:<br />BEFORE: (a) Tie quote into previous sentence<br />(b) Intro...
Something bad can happen for anyone and he or she die in a second; however, if people are aware of death, they do not give...
Something bad can happen for anyone and he or she die in a second; however, if people are aware of death, they do not give...
Example from An Essay<br />A lot of natives were exterminated not only because they were fighting for land; they were exte...
Example from An Essay<br />“Each race has its own section and nobody mixes,” a student from The Freedom Writers Diary stat...
Example from An Essay <br />During every single lunch time, I always saw this girl. With the passing of the time I learned...
Catch like this:<br />
Not like this:<br />
Catch like this:<br />
Not like this:<br />
Catching!<br />When catching a quote/paraphrase, we must:<br />BEFORE: (a) Tie quote into previous sentence<br />(b) Intro...
Explaining Quotes and Paraphrases<br />Basically, X is saying that __________.<br />In other words, X believes that ______...
Practicing “Catching Quotes”<br />1 Writer/Timekeeper<br />1 Presenter<br />2 Verifiers<br />1 Editor/Timekeeper<br />
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  1. 1. Catching Quotes & Paraphrases<br />ESL 102 Week 5 Day 1Mr. Lawrence LawsonPalomar College<br />
  2. 2. Free Write<br />Please take out your Free Write Journals and scribble your thoughts for 10 minutes.<br />
  3. 3. Reading Quiz #5<br />You know what to do by now. :D<br />Good luck! Read FWD 41-50 when done.<br />
  4. 4. WoTD<br /><ul><li>To attribute (v.): to think that someone or something has a particular quality or feature
  5. 5. Ex: I attribute that idea to Neda.
  6. 6. Ex: The problem can be attributed to boredom.
  7. 7. Related Words: attributable, attributed, attributes, attributing, attribution</li></li></ul><li>Fix It<br />Third, if the books encourage the students to perform violence towards others.<br />
  8. 8. Fix It<br />If schools want to ban books, they should have the given standard to distinguish bad one from good one. <br />
  9. 9. Fix It<br />Teachers letting students know where they are, in the rating structure.<br />
  10. 10. Fix It<br />As everyone knows, children always want to pretend to be like adults.<br />
  11. 11. By the end of class, you will<br />Apply knowledge of “catching” to quotes.<br />
  12. 12. First…A Quick Discussion<br /> 1. Pailisargm is presentingsemonoeeesl’swrdos or iedas as yuor own.<br />2. Paraphrases are ufesulwehn the mianpitnos of an oirngialpsaagse are imtaornpt but not wrtohqunoitg.<br /> 3. A phrsparaaedeos not smilpystbisuttuesnynyoms for wodrs in the oiagrinlpsagase.<br />4. Prapsaraehsmsutpdorvietiehrsuocres in citations.<br />
  13. 13. Catching!<br />How Not to Catch.<br />How to Catch.<br />
  14. 14. Catching!<br />When catching a quote/paraphrase, we must:<br />BEFORE: (a) Tie quote into previous sentence<br />(b) Introduce it with academic language.<br />AFTER: (a) restate what the quote means (b) explain specifically how the quote supports your argument. <br />THAT’S HOW YOU CATCH A QUOTE/PARAPHRASE!<br />
  15. 15. Something bad can happen for anyone and he or she die in a second; however, if people are aware of death, they do not give up their plan for their futures. Most of them care about death and respect it. In regard to respecting death, a prominent poet maintains, “Death with not even a newspaper/ To cover his head,/ not even,/ a dime to call his wife” (Simic 20-23). The poet cares about death, and he gives character to death. Thus, death is a known character for people, and they can plan for him. <br />Where is this quote “caught?” <br />
  16. 16. Something bad can happen for anyone and he or she die in a second; however, if people are aware of death, they do not give up their plan for their futures. Most of them care about death and respect it. In regard to respecting death, a prominent poet maintains, “Death with not even a newspaper/ To cover his head,/ not even,/ a dime to call his wife” (Simic 20-23). The poet cares about death, and he gives character to death. Thus, death is a known character for people, and they can plan for him. <br />
  17. 17. Example from An Essay<br />A lot of natives were exterminated not only because they were fighting for land; they were exterminated because they were considered racially inferior to white people. In The Freedom Writers Diary an author states "Ms. G’s analogy, ‘Don't judge a peanut by its shell; judge it by what's inside of it,’ made perfect sense to me." (The Freedom Writers Diary 38). However, in the past of America was very common to judge black people and native American as inferior intellectually and physically. To understand racism today it is important to understand the origin of this in the past.<br />This ¶ is a good start. What’s missing?<br />
  18. 18. Example from An Essay<br />“Each race has its own section and nobody mixes,” a student from The Freedom Writers Diary states (8). Like almost every other student, he writes about racism in daily life, so it is obvious that racism still exists.<br />A clear example with different organization.<br />
  19. 19. Example from An Essay <br />During every single lunch time, I always saw this girl. With the passing of the time I learned more English and I understood what she was saying. She insulted me again, and that is when I answered her and hit her. After that I never saw her again. It is how one of the freedom of writers wrote, “An eye for an eye…payback’s a bitch” (The Freedom Writers Diary 14).<br />What’s missing here?<br />
  20. 20. Catch like this:<br />
  21. 21. Not like this:<br />
  22. 22. Catch like this:<br />
  23. 23. Not like this:<br />
  24. 24. Catching!<br />When catching a quote/paraphrase, we must:<br />BEFORE: (a) Tie quote into previous sentence<br />(b) Introduce it with academic language.<br />AFTER: (a) restate what the quote means (b) explain specifically how the quote supports your argument. <br />THAT’S HOW YOU CATCH A QUOTE/PARAPHRASE!<br />
  25. 25. Explaining Quotes and Paraphrases<br />Basically, X is saying that __________.<br />In other words, X believes that ________________.<br />X is insisting that _________________________.<br />X’s point is that _______________________.<br />In making this comment, X argues that __________.<br />The essence of X’s argument is that _____________.<br />
  26. 26. Practicing “Catching Quotes”<br />1 Writer/Timekeeper<br />1 Presenter<br />2 Verifiers<br />1 Editor/Timekeeper<br />
  27. 27. Editing<br />
  28. 28. 10 Minute ¶<br />How is being a good writer going to make college easier for you?<br />

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