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1. In which of the following stages does the writer paraphrase? A. Finding sources B. Evaluating sources C. Preparing source cards D. Taking notes 2. In which stage does the writer look for discrepancies? A. Finding sources B. Evaluating sources C. Preparing source cards D. Taking notes 3. In which stage... show more 1. In which of the following stages does the writer paraphrase?
A. Finding sources
B. Evaluating sources
C. Preparing source cards
D. Taking notes
2. In which stage does the writer look for discrepancies?
A. Finding sources
B. Evaluating sources
C. Preparing source cards
D. Taking notes
3. In which stage does the writer use Modern Language Association (MLA) format?
A. Finding sources
B. Evaluating sources
C. Preparing source cards
D. Taking notes
4. In which stage might the writer search the Reader’s Guide to Periodical Literature?
A. Finding sources
B. Evaluating sources
C. Preparing source cards
D. Taking notes
5. In which stage does the author ask himself or herself questions about a source?
A. Finding sources
B. Evaluating sources
C. Preparing source cards
D. Taking notes
6. In which stage does the writer take down bibliographical information?
A. Finding sources
B. Evaluating sources
C. Preparing source cards
D. Taking notes
7. In which stage does the writer quote?
A. Finding sources
B. Evaluating sources
C. Preparing source cards
D. Taking notes
8. In which of the following sources would you find articles in magazines and journals?
A. Card Catalog
B. Museums, historical societies
C. Reader’s Guide to Periodical Literature
D. Encyclopedia
9. Which of the following is NOT a primary source?
A. A biography
B. A legal document
C. A letter
D. A survey
10. Which of the following is NOT a secondary source?
A. An encyclopedia
B. A diary
C. A newspaper article
D. A documentary
11. The purpose of evaluating your sources is to determine
A. their effectiveness.
B. their bibliographical data.
C. their relevance.
D. their credibility.
12. Which of the following is NOT a consideration when evaluating sources?
A. The date a source was published
B. The complexity of the information
C. The length of the information
D. The source’s bias or point of view
13. It is important to write source cards because
A. you will need the information for the Works Cited list.
B. you need it to evaluate your sources.
C. you need to take notes on the source card.
D. it gives you practice paraphrasing.
14. Which of the following is NOT a form of note taking?
A. Quoting
B. Paraphrasing
C. Citing
D. Summarizing
15. According to your textbook, which of the following is NOT a piece of information required on the note card?
A. Page number
B. Author
C. Heading
D. Source number
16. Putting an author’s ideas into your own words is involved in
A. quoting.
B. paraphrasing.
C. both quoting and paraphrasing.
D. neither quoting nor paraphrasing.
17. Which of the following should be used sparingly in research essays?
A. Quoting
B. Paraphrasing
C. Both quoting and paraphrasing
D. Neither quoting nor paraphrasing
18. Which of the following uses the author’s exact words?
A. Quoting
B. Paraphrasing
C. Both quoting and paraphrasing
D. Neither quoting nor paraphrasing
19. Documentation of a source is required for
A. quoting.
B. paraphrasing.
C. both quoting and paraphrasing.
D. neither quoting nor paraphrasing.
20. Writing a note card is involved with
A. quoting.
B. paraphrasing.
C. both quoting and paraphrasing.
D. neither quoting nor paraphrasing.
21. Which of the following should most often be used in note taking?
A. Quoting
B. Paraphrasing
C. Both quoting and paraphrasing equally
D. Neither quoting nor paraphrasing
22. Determine whether the example is paraphrased, summarized, quoted or plagiarized from the original source below. Note: You can assume the parenthetical documentation is correct.


Original source:
“The purpose of research writing is not simply to show readers what you know. It is an effort to extend a conversation about a topic that is ongoing, a conversation that includes voices of people who have already spoken, often in different contexts and perhaps never together. The research writer begins with his own questions, and then finds the voices that speak to them” (Ballenger 15).


According to writer Bruce Ballenger, the aim of the research paper is to use other sources as a means of answering your own questions (15).
A. Summarized
B. Paraphrased
C. Plagiarized
D. Quoted
23. Determine whether the example is paraphrased, summarized, quoted or plagiarized from the original source below. Note: You can assume the parenthetical documentation is correct.


Original source:
“The purpose of research writing is not simply to show readers what you know. It is an effort to extend a conversation about a topic that is ongoing, a conversation that includes voices of people who have already spoken, often in different contexts and perhaps never together. The research writer begins with his own questions, and then finds the voices that speak to them” (Ballenger 15).


The purpose of research writing is more than displaying what you know. It attempts to engage in a discussion about an ongoing topic with others who have already spok
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