FOUR PARTS TO ANEFFECTIVE PARAPHRASE
A paraphrase is…Original—paraphrasesshould use your ownfresh vocabulary,phrasing, and sentencestructure, not thesentence s...
A paraphrase is…        Accurate—paraphrases        must precisely reflect the        ideas, tone, and emphasis        of ...
A paraphrase is…Objective—paraphrases should notincorporate youropinion. Yourparaphrase must betrue to the original andobj...
A paraphrase is…         Complete—paraphrases         need to include all the         important ideas in your         sour...
Sources:• Aaron, Jane E. The Little, Brown Compact Handbook. 7th ed. New York: Longman, 2010. Print.• Hacker, Diana and Na...
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Four parts to an effective paraphrase

  1. 1. FOUR PARTS TO ANEFFECTIVE PARAPHRASE
  2. 2. A paraphrase is…Original—paraphrasesshould use your ownfresh vocabulary,phrasing, and sentencestructure, not thesentence structure,phrasing and words ofyour source.
  3. 3. A paraphrase is… Accurate—paraphrases must precisely reflect the ideas, tone, and emphasis of your source. Even though are you are using your own words and sentence structure, the paraphrase must be true to the ideas of the original source.
  4. 4. A paraphrase is…Objective—paraphrases should notincorporate youropinion. Yourparaphrase must betrue to the original andobjectively reflect theideas/thoughts of thesource, not your ownopinions.
  5. 5. A paraphrase is… Complete—paraphrases need to include all the important ideas in your source. Do not only include part or parts of the ideas/thoughts of your original source. You must be complete in constructing your paraphrase by using all of the key ideas.
  6. 6. Sources:• Aaron, Jane E. The Little, Brown Compact Handbook. 7th ed. New York: Longman, 2010. Print.• Hacker, Diana and Nancy Sommers. A Writer’s Reference 7th ed. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2011. Print.• Harris, Robert. Using Sources Effectively. 3rd ed. Glendale, CA: Pyrczak Publishing, 2011. Print.• Howard, Rebecca Moore. Writing Matters: A Handbook for Writing and Research. New York: McGraw Hill, 2011. Print.• Kirszner, Laurie G. and Stephen R. Mandell. The Brief Wadsworth Handbook. 6th ed. Boston: Wadsworth, 2010. Print.

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