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Question

Match the definition to the term.
source
works-cited page
direct quotation
the acknowledgement of all outside sources researched and 2
2
used in an assignment
in research, all outside material used to research information
for an assignment
documentation placed in parentheses within the text of an
assignment
the Modern Language Association style of citation for
research sources
the use of someone else's information, whether quoted
directly, summarized or paraphrased, without permission or
1
citation so that the information appears to belong to the
person reporting it rather than to the actual owner
cite
documentation
6. using the exact words of an author
in-text citation
MLA format
7. restating the author's ideas in one's own words
. an alphabetical listing of all sources investigated and used to
complete the project
9. to refer to a source as an authority
paraphrase
plagiarism

2 Answer

    • The acknowledgement of all outside sources researched and used in an assignment  – documentation.
    • In research, all outside material used to research information  for an assignmentsource. There are two types of material you can use for research: primary sources (first-hand documents like speeches, letters, or diaries) and secondary sources (written about the element you are tackling in your paper, like articles from scientific journals, books, etc.).
    • Documentation placed in parentheses within the text of an  assignment –in-text citation. Some teachers/professors require in-text citations, while others prefer having all the documentation listed only in the works-cited page.
    • The Modern Language Association style of citation for  research sources – MLA format.
    • The use of someone else's information, whether quoted  directly, summarized or paraphrased, without permission or  citation so that the information appears to belong to the  person reporting it rather than to the actual owner – plagiarism. This is illegal and can backfire quite severely. For example, in some schools, it can cause you to be banned from taking an exam for a period of time.
    • Using the exact words of an author  – direct quotation.
    • Restating the author's ideas in one's own words – paraphrase.
    • An alphabetical listing of all sources investigated and used to  complete the project – works-cited page. Some teachers/professors will require you to separate the entries by sorting them by type of source (primary/secondary, or books/articles/webpages, etc.). The order in which the sources appear in the paper is irrelevant in the works-cited page.
    • To refer to a source as an authority – cite.
  • Answer: The answer is:

    The acknowledgement of all outside sources researched and used in an assignment  – documentation.

    In research, all outside material used to research information  for an assignment – source. There are two types of material you can use for research: primary sources (first-hand documents like speeches, letters, or diaries) and secondary sources (written about the element you are tackling in your paper, like articles from scientific journals, books, etc.).

    Documentation placed in parentheses within the text of an  assignment –in-text citation. Some teachers/professors require in-text citations, while others prefer having all the documentation listed only in the works-cited page.

    The Modern Language Association style of citation for  research sources – MLA format.

    The use of someone else's information, whether quoted  directly, summarized or paraphrased, without permission or  citation so that the information appears to belong to the  person reporting it rather than to the actual owner – plagiarism. This is illegal and can backfire quite severely. For example, in some schools, it can cause you to be banned from taking an exam for a period of time.

    Using the exact words of an author  – direct quotation.

    Restating the author's ideas in one's own words – paraphrase.

    An alphabetical listing of all sources investigated and used to  complete the project  The order in which the sources appear in the paper is irrelevant in the works-cited page.

    Explanation: The dictionary.

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