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How to Paraphrase to Avoid Plagiarism

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June 02, 2014
How to Paraphrase to Avoid Plagiarism

Teach your child how to paraphrase appropriately and to avoid plagiarism at all costs. Print a fact from a journal on the Internet. Have your child read it for comprehension. Next, she should cover the facts, and tell you what it said using her own voice. Finally, show your child how to cite the source and work the paraphrase inside a sentence on paper.

 
 

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