How to use source correctly? (Annoying ways to use quotation (Armadillo…
How to use source correctly?
Annoying ways to use quotation
dropping in a quoation without introduction of it at first
Purposefully explainning your quotation to your readers. Telling your readers that there are some quotation is comming.
starting or ending a paragraph with a quotation
the safe flow of hearing how to read an upcoming quotation, reading it, and then being told one way to interpret it. Prepare, quote, analyze. But you can't overdo it.
Uncle Barry and his Encyclopedia of Useless Information:
use too many quotation in a row.
consider paraphrasing or summarizing the source material .
make a guildline for your readers.
Am I in the Right Movie? :
failling to intergrate a quoattion in to the gramma of the preceding sentence
you read your essay out loud to someone else, and if you stumble as you enter a quotation, there’s probably something you can adjust in your lead-in sentence to make the two fit together well.
I Can’t Find the Stupid Link:
no connection between the first letter of a parenthetical citation and the first letter of a works cited entry
make sure that the first word of the works cited entry
is the word you use in your in-text citation, every time.
I Swear I Did Some Research:
dropping in a citation without making it clear what information came from that source
Write the sentences preceding the citation with specific words and phrases that will tell readers what information came from where.
The Credible and reliable resource
What resource should be avoided?
Source material based solely on opinion
Popular and collective websites
Where are reliable and credibile resource founded?
Academic peer-reviewed journals
Library reference or research desk
Walk, Talk, Cook, Eat:
A Guide to Using Sources
The communcation about how to use resource