Every Student Should Be Using What Type Of Style When Citing Sources

Every student should be using what type of style when citing sources?

Turabian

Chicago

MLA

APA

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Question 2

If a student has information that is not supported by an in-text citation, it may be:

Their own research

Their own study

Plagiarism

Not a real fact

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Question 3

Your paper should be in MLA format.

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false

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Question 4

Students should have, at least, how many sources?

One

Two

Three

Four

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Question 5

Students should have, at least, how many sources?

One

Two

Three

Four

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Question 6

Which of the following questions should a peer reviewer ask?

Is this a good paper?

Is evidence or support needed?

Is this writer serious?

Can I use this in my paper?

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Question 7

If you disagree with the writer about a point they made in their text, the best practice is to:

Ignore it.

Argue with the writer about the point in the text.

Respectfully tell them why you feel their point isn’t well supported.

To convert the writer to your viewpoint.

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Question 8

Which of the following are reasons to do a peer review?

Peer review provides another set of eyes on your paper.

It gives the writer the point of view of the reader.

The peer reviewer brings a similar knowledge of writing and “fresh eyes” for the topic.

Part of the benefit of peer review is that students will be exposed to new ideas.

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Question 9

The first thing a reviewer should do is to identify what he or she thinks is the main idea in the draft. If that does not match what the writer intended, this information is not valuable to the writer.

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false

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Question 10

A best practice for peer review includes making several of the same comments repeatedly on several parts of the paper.

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false

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Question 11

The role of the reviewer does not include:

To provide thoughtful, narrative comments that are specific in nature.

To help the writer get her/his point across in the most effective way possible.

To show respect for that writer’s ideas.

To comment on the writer, not the writing.

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Question 12

Match the items on the left with the items on the right.

To avoid unintentional negative outcomes, peer reviewers should:

           [ Choose ]

             Assume that the writer is being sincere when making claims even if the ideas seem strange.

             Look for sweeping generalizations, unsupported claims that look like facts, and facts that are not common knowledge.

             Understanding what the writer is trying to say before offering your suggestions.

             As you review the draft, ask yourself if the topic is too general or if it is too specific. Determine whether the draft adequately explains all of its points.

During a peer review, focus on: 

           [ Choose ]

             Assume that the writer is being sincere when making claims even if the ideas seem strange.

             Look for sweeping generalizations, unsupported claims that look like facts, and facts that are not common knowledge.

             Understanding what the writer is trying to say before offering your suggestions.

             As you review the draft, ask yourself if the topic is too general or if it is too specific. Determine whether the draft adequately explains all of its points.

Is evidence or support needed? 

           [ Choose ]

             Assume that the writer is being sincere when making claims even if the ideas seem strange.

             Look for sweeping generalizations, unsupported claims that look like facts, and facts that are not common knowledge.

             Understanding what the writer is trying to say before offering your suggestions.

             As you review the draft, ask yourself if the topic is too general or if it is too specific. Determine whether the draft adequately explains all of its points.

Is the topic appropriate to the writing task?

           [ Choose ]

             Assume that the writer is being sincere when making claims even if the ideas seem strange.

             Look for sweeping generalizations, unsupported claims that look like facts, and facts that are not common knowledge.

             Understanding what the writer is trying to say before offering your suggestions.

             As you review the draft, ask yourself if the topic is too general or if it is too specific. Determine whether the draft adequately explains all of its points.

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Question 13

When reviewing online, make sure to check your annotations for typos before sharing them.

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false

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Question 14

________________________ send a response when aggravated or angry.

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Question 15

The peer reviewer brings a similar knowledge of writing and “__________” for the topic.

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Question 16

Reviewers should try to think about what _______________ is targeted by the text and offer suggestions for ways that the writer might alter the organization of ideas, language, or overall tone to best fit that ___________.

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Question 17

One of the benefits of the peer review is:

Students will be exposed to new ideas.

It takes up too much time.

It makes the reviewer read.

Students will have to give criticism.

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Question 18

Questions the peer reviewer should ask include all but which of the following:

Who is the audience?

What is the main idea?

Is the writer serious?

Are examples needed?

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Question 19

___________ read the entire draft before making any comments.

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Question 20

You should ________________ what the writer is trying to say before offering your suggestions

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