Citing Sources in Nonfiction






This site will help you understand the different types of quotes and when it is necessary to use them. It also explains the grammar and punctuation rules, so that you know how to use quotes properly. Be sure to read over this site as well, since it addresses two other important terms: summarizing and paraphrasing.

This video will provide the basics of quoting, paraphrasing, and summarizing. Some of the details may be familiar while other points are new. Be sure to listen for keywords and make connections to the vocabulary of this seminar. As always, list questions or comments you have to ensure you are actively listening and learning.

Complete this scavenger hunt to become more familiar with the vocabulary for this seminar. Use any resources available to you. Remember to be an active learner and think about the words and why they’re important for this seminar (and for writing in general).

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