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Reconsidering Your Field Sources
33. Evaluating Sources Evaluating Library and Internet Sources Learning by Doing: Evaluating Your Sourcese-Pages Learning by Doing: Evaluating Online SourcesWho Is the Author? Who Else Is Involved? What Is the Purpose? When Was the Source Published?Where Did You Find the Source?Why Would You Use This Source?How Would This Source Contribute to Your Paper?Learning by Doing: Adding Useful Sources
Reconsidering Purpose and Thesis
34: Integrating Sources
Using Sources EthicallyCapturing, Launching, and Citing EvidenceQuoting and Paraphrasing Accuratelye-Pages Learning by Doing: Quoting and Paraphrasing AccuratelySummarizing Concisely Avoiding Plagiarism Launching Source MaterialLearning by Doing: Connecting Your SourcesCiting Each Source ClearlyTake Action Integrating and Synthesizing SourcesLearning by Doing: Launching and Citing Your SourcesSynthesizing Ideas and SourcesLearning by Doing: Synthesizing Your Sources 35. Writing Your Research Paper Planning and Drafting Using Your Sources to Support Your IdeasLaunching and Citing Your Sources as You DraftBeginning and EndingLearning by Doing: Focusing Your Pointe-Pages Learning by Doing: Practicing BeginningsRevising and Editing Learning by Doing: Meeting Expectations Documenting Sources Learning by Doing: Presenting Your FindingsAdditional Writing Assignments 36. MLA Style for Documenting Sources Citing and Listing Sources in MLA StyleTake Action Citing and Listing Sources in MLA StyleWho Wrote It?What Type of Source Is It?How Are You Capturing the Source Material?Listing Sources in MLA StyleWho Wrote It?What Type of Source Is It? A Sample MLA Research Paper Candace Rardon, Meet Me in the Middle: The Student, the State, and the School 37. APA Style for Documenting Sources Citing Sources in APA StyleWho Wrote It? Take Action Citing and Listing Sources in APA StyleWhat Type of Source Is It?How Are You Capturing the Source Material?Listing Sources in APA StyleWho Wrote It? What Type of Source Is It?A Sample APA Research PaperJenny Lidington, Sex Offender Lists: A Never Ending Punishment Book 4: A Writer’s HandbookIntroduction: Grammar, or The Way Words WorkLearning by Doing: Asking What You Need to Know 38. Grammatical Sentences1. Sentence Fragments2. Comma Splices and Fused Sentences 3. Verbs 4. Subject-Verb Agreement5. Pronoun Case6. Pronoun Reference 7. Pronoun-Antecedent Agreement 8. Adjectives and Adverbs9. Shifts 39. Effective SentencesLearning by Doing: Focusing on Sentences10. Misplaced and Dangling Modifiers11. Incomplete Sentences 12. Mixed Constructions and Faulty Predication 13. Parallel Structure 14. Coordination and Subordination15. Sentence Variety 40. Word Choice16. Appropriateness17. Exact Words 18. Bias-Free Language19. Wordiness 41. PunctuationLearning by Doing: Tackling Punctuation Patterns20. End Punctuation21. Commas22. Semicolons23. Colons24. Apostrophes25. Quotation Marks26. Dashes27. Parentheses, Brackets, and Ellipses 42. MechanicsLearning by Doing: Justifying Conventions28. Abbreviations29. Capital Letters30. Numbers31. Italics32. The Hyphen33. Spelling34. A Glossary of TroublemakersAnswers for Lettered Exercises Appendices and Other ResourcesQuick Format GuideA. Following the Format for an Academic Paper B. Integrating and Crediting Visuals C. Preparing a Document TemplateD. Solving Common Format ProblemsE. Designing Other Documents for Your Audience Quick Research Guide A. Defining Your Quest B. Searching for Recommended Sources C. Evaluating Possible SourcesD. Capturing, Launching, and Citing Evidence from Sources E. Citing and Listing Sources in MLA or APA Style Quick Editing Guide A. Editing for Common Grammar ProblemsB. Editing to Ensure Effective Sentences C. Editing for Common Punctuation ProblemsD. Editing for Common Mechanics ProblemsIndexProofreading SymbolsCorrection SymbolsA Guide to the Handbook