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Then read aloud each of the following statements and have students identify whether it is common knowledge, a paraphrased idea from the article, or a direct quote from the article.
In an early lecture on plagiarism, students appeared puzzled when reviewing examples of paraphrased and plagiarized work.
If a politician receives many letters that are closely paraphrased then each one of these letters is counted as just the one voice, like a petition.
She paraphrased the late choreographer, "You who read this will have a different experience, because you can flip ahead and see what happens.
The fraudulent quotation, paraphrased from an out-of-context quote that appeared in a story on National Review Online, suggests that I am cynically supporting McCain-Feingold because I believe it will make our campaign finance system even worse than it is now, leaving nothing but public financing as a reasonable solution.
The introductions in the ASD edition are a good deal fuller; in particular, they include a summary and analysis of the letters paraphrased.
The biblical texts that he paraphrased probably included Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek versions.
The phrase means "blessed festival," and can be paraphrased, "May your religious holiday be blessed.
However, borrowed words such as "akauntabiritii" (accountability) and "insentibu" (incentive) should be paraphrased with Japanese words meaning "responsibility to explain" and "motive" or "stimulus," as Japanese are not yet used to such words of foreign origin, according to the guidelines.
Erasmus accordingly writes that God "has created from one man the whole race of human beings" (109), but later in the paraphrased speech he makes an explicit reference to Genesis: "It has been handed down to us in sacred books that God fashioned for Adam, who was the first of the human race, a body from wet clay" (110).
The most frequently recurring themes in these interviews and paraphrased, journalistic conversations that range chronologically from 1955 to 1985 are the deep-rooted violence of American culture; the absurdity of American racism; the schizophrenic, sensual lives of petty black criminals and their victims in Harlem; the need for organized revolution in the struggle for social justice and equality; and the exploitation of black American writers.
What criteria does the average undergraduate use to determine whether text has been properly paraphrased versus plagiarized?