- Slides: 7
Note-taking Your notes will cover the 4 areas you need to discuss in your presentation: Background Causes Effects Solutions
Note-Taking You will take notes on a graphic organizer Include the Source #- based on your works cited sheet Provide page numbers after the note IF YOU HAVE THEM!
Refresher on When to Quote, Paraphrase, and Summarize Direct Quotation: when you need a passage in its original wording; transcribe the material exactly as it appears, word for word, comma for comma. Make sure to use quotation marks in your notes to distinguish the quotation from summary or paraphrase. Paraphrase: when you want detailed notes on specific sentences and passages, but do not need the exact wording, you are restating the information in your own words. Summary: Use a summary when a passage in a source is too long to be effectively quoted or paraphrased.
Refresher on Direct Quotes Sample of a direct quote “Even with certain occupations, women are clustered in the lower-paying jobs. In retail trades, for instance, women in 2000 constituted 78% of employees in gift and novelty shops but only 20% of those employed in higher-paying car dealerships“(189).
Refresher on Paraphrasing Sample of paraphrasing 70% of women are looking for jobs or have a job. The problem is that there are not enough jobs available that pay enough money to support a family (191).
Refresher on Summary Sample of summary Most women cannot afford to retire at the same age as men, because of financial difficulties. These financial difficulties stem from a female’s traditional as homemaker and mother. Because of their obligation to fulfill that role, they are often lacking in work experience and education needed for high-paying jobs. (200 -211)