Don't Be a Copycat!: Write a Great Report Without Plagiarizing
How do you research and write a great report? How do you do it without copying or plagiarizing? What does "plagiarizing" mean, anyway? Readers find out in this fun reference book on information literacy for young readers and writers. This book covers good research and note-taking techniques, what plagiarism is (and isn't), how to give proper credit for source materials, and much more.
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chapter O In your Own Words
chapter O The Research Process
chapter O Taking notes
chapter O Multimedia Matters f
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