Use of Information
4.1 Engage (e.g., read, hear, view, touch) the information in a source.
4.2 Extract relevant information from a source.
Helpful questions for teachers to think through:
Helpful questions for students to think through:
Quoting, Paraphrasing, Summarizing What are they? When to use them. How to use them. (Purdue)
Summarizing, Paraphrasing, and Quoting Similar to resource above; produced by Harvard.
Using Quotations Explains direct and indirect quotations.
Paraphrase Write it in your own words. How to borrow from a source without plagiarizing.
Trash and Treasure Note Taking Strategy Effective note taking strategy. video
Note Taking Effective note taking strategies.
Note Taking and Citing Sources Prezi created by Susan Mays.
Citing Sources worksheet
Copyright with Cyberbee Copyright resources, tools, and lessons.
Use of Information Guide developed by Cambridge Rindge and Latin School
Note Taking and Citing Sources Advice and ideas for taking notes and citing sources.
Making Note Cards Tip sheet.
Creating Subtopic Headings Help for organizing your paper, creating an outline, and taking notes.
Paraphrasing Survey in Arabic
Paraphrasing Practice Provides steps for paraphrasing and practice samples.
Paraphrasing More paraphrasing help.
Paraphrasing Interactive from WISC. Identify acceptable paraphrases.
Writing a Summary Process for writing, revising, and editing a summary.
Literacy Education Online Help for specific problems encountered while writing.
Gliffy Free online tool to make your own graphic organizers and diagrams.
Copyright Kids Copyright information and resources.
Writing a Thesis Statement Tip sheet
Making an Outline Tip sheet
Citing Sources Online Tutorial (hit arrows at bottom of page to proceed)