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    and re-read what I am wanting to summarize, take a few important words out of the material I am reviewing and jot those down, then go back and write what is needed to complete my sentence or idea. Once I have completed my writing, I will review and make sure I have properly cited my work. Using the guidelines discussed in our “Read Section”, and following the instructions listed on how to source correctly should avoid paraphrasing mistakes and plagiarism. The three main guidelines to follow are; “1. Any borrowed material, named the source as part of your own writing, 2. Make sure the material is really in your own words when you paraphrase, 3. Cite the source exactly.”(Bethel University, 2013, p.12) There are other items I will be looking out for while writing such as using a direct quotation, summarized material, visual and graphics along with paraphrases to make sure I have properly cited so that I don’t run into any pitfalls when writing.(Bethel University, 2015) References: Bethel University. (2013). College orientation experience. Retrieved from https://www.betheluniversityonline.net Bethel University. (2015). Academic integrity: Understanding and avoiding plagiarism. Retrieved from http://vcampbethel.blob.core.windows.net/public/Resources/Academic_Integrity/story.html Hi Samantha, I feel the same way you do. Paraphrasing is my challenge when writing. I have decided to read my information twice and pick out the key words in the information I am reviewing to help me…

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    accomplish a math problem, or you give them a positive comment because they were able to name one of the planets in our solar system. Providing corrective feedback in any area of study allows student to know when they have committed an error, and helps them learn. Another strategy which I find is very beneficial for me personally in the majority of my college courses, and is definitely beneficial for teaching reading comprehension is summarizing and paraphrasing. Teaching a student to…

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    Role Play In Social Work

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    verbal paraphrasing was, I realized I use it more in casual conversations than I thought so it was very easy for me to incorporate the technique in this role play. Since my client was very talkative, I did not focus on encouragers as much, but on the other hand, I thought it was important to paraphrase as much as possible to not only keep up with the story but to also show the client I was engaged and listening. The first example of a paraphrase I used was right after my client had about a…

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    entrepreneurship, because she wants to own her own business in the clothing industry, she currently works at Macy’s. 1). Stage 1: Empathetic Relationship Nicole seems to be having some issues that she would like to discuss with me. In stage 1 I would be giving her the self-disclosure, so that she would have an understanding of that anything that she discussed with me is confidential during the interviewing process. The skills that would be used in this stage would be, attending behavior as…

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    Paraphrase Of Cleopatra

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    Logical Outline of the Research Text Chapter 1 Paraphrase: (Thus) Cleopatra’s regal and powerful self-representation was changed by others seeking to exploit it as a symbol of their own power and triumph. (Because) Cleopatra VII represented herself as a divine and powerful woman. (For example) Cleopatra purposely portrayed herself as the goddess Isis in order to establish herself as powerful, maternal, and sexual. (Because) Cleopatra VII drew on traditional symbols and rulers in order to…

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    Paraphrase 1 Citrus sinensis, Commonly known as Orange,Is ¼ Pomelo and ¾ Mandarin as it is a mixed breed of the two fruits.Approximately in the year of 2500 B.C. in southeast Asia, northeastern India and southern China where they were firstly made.From India the romans delivered some fresh orange trees to Rome in 1st century A.D. as well as people from north Africa started growing them too.In the year of 1493 in Spain’s Canary Islands to Haiti by the adventurer named Christopher Columbus also…

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    Beowulf Paraphrase Essay

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    Key Question 8: 1: An important skill to have is the ability to paraphrase; to paraphrase means to put into your own words. A: In 2-3 sentences, paraphrase each stanza. (2 marks x 8 stanzas = 16 marks). ***Note: There are more than eight stanzas in the text. So, I paraphrased the first eight.*** Stanza One: The warriors lived very well in wealth and luxury. They lived like this until hell lost its hold on a ghastly beast named Grendel. Grendel had long lived in the land of the monsters, where he…

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    De Suassure’s Paraphrase De Suassure discusses the difference between semiology (study of signs) to linguistics and how it is a part of semiology. He argues about the difference between signs and symbols; the former being an arbitrary thing and the latter has a rational relationship with the thing it relates too. He then talks about how linguistic changes based on individuals and society. To examine this, he talks about the difference between synchronic linguistics, which is studied during a…

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    In “The Death of the Ball Turret Gunner,” the usage of metaphors and imagery throughout Jarrell’s poem helps the reader understand the overall theme of how war can cause death and wreak havoc in a young person, how can be a struggle for the soldier’s family, and how disappointing it is when a man doesn’t reach his full potential in life because of being forced to go to war. Jarrell uses key words throughout his poem to show us how war can be a terrible thing, especially for the young people…

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    BSERVATIONS OF THE PASSAGE 1. My initial paraphrase of the passage is: v. 24 Now I am rejoicing in my suffering for you and I am filling up what is lacking from the afflictions of Christ in my flesh for the body which is the church. v. 25 Which I have become a servant according to the plan of God that was given to me for you to make the word of God fully known, v. 26 the mystery that has been hidden from ages and from generations, but now has been made known to his saints. v. 27 To whom…

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