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HSc 4500 Writing Your Reports This section adopted from Kirszner L G amp Mandell S R 2004 The Pocket Handbook for Biology 2 7quot ed Thomson Wadsworth Massachusetts Eliminate nonessential words deadwood There were many factors that in uenced his decision to work with the County health department Manv factors in uenced his decision to work with the Countv health department Any student who is looking for an internship can try elderly care centres I Any student looking for an internship can trv elderlv care centres In this article I will be discussing the factors making teens more vulnerable to bad lifestyle habits This article discusses the factors making teens more vulnerable to bad lifestyle habits In my opinion I believe students should not be penalized for missing lecture Students should not be penalized for missing lecture As far as I am concerned this course does look interesting I This course looks interesting The internship basically offered me an opportunity to nd out what I wanted to do in my career The internship offered me an ogportunitv to nd out what I wanted in mv career Elderly people are likely to feed poorly due to the fact that many have low or no appetites have ailments that affect their ability to cook or they are simply exhausted Elderlv people feed poorlv because manv have low or no a etites have ailments that affect their abilitv to cook or thev are simply exhausted The reason I am doing this is because I want to experience how working in a hospital feels I I am doing this because I want to experience working in a hospital Literature Review Weave paraphrases and summaries of source material smoothly into your paper and show the relevance ofyour sources to the points you are making Vary verbs you use to rephrase authors ideas Discloses Suggests Concludes Insists Predicts Reports Admits Explain Believes Concurs Affirms Indicates Comments Implies Notes Proposes Indicates Summarises Illustrates Acknowledges Examples After school programs are very important to adolescents Walker 2004 found out that most adolescents are likely to make poor lifestyle choices ifthey have nowhere to go after school ends According to Walker 2004 most adolescents Most adolescents are likely to make poor lifestyle choices if they have nowhere to go after school ends Walker 2004 Avoiding Plagiarism Plagiarism is presenting another person s ideas or words either accidentally or intentionally as though they are your own Provide documentation for all direct quotations and every opinion judgment and insight of someone else you have summarized or paraphrased Document tables graphs charts amp statistics Certain information need not be documented common knowledge information that is generally known Enclose borrowed words in quotation marks Original Most adolescents are likely to make poor lifestyle choices ifthey have nowhere to go after school ends Walker 2004 Plagiarism Walker points out that if they have nowhere to go most adolescents are liker to make poor lifestyle choices 2004 Even though you document the source of this information you have used the exact words without placing them in quotation marks Correct using quotation marks Walker points out that if they have nowhere to go most adolescents are likely to make poor lifestyle choices 2004 p4 Correct Paraphrase Walker states that ifthey have nowhere to go many adolescents increase their chances of making uninformed lifestyle decisions 2004 Do not imitate source s syntaxphrasing Original Most adolescents are likely to make poor lifestyle choices ifthey have nowhere to go after school ends Walker 2004 Plagiarism The majority of adolescents are likely to make lifestyle choices that are poor if after school ends they have nowhere to go Walker 2004 Although not exact words are used the student closely imitates the original s syntax and phrasing Differentiate your words amp ideas from those of your source Original Most adolescents are likely to make poor lifestyle choices ifthey have nowhere to go after school ends In a study conducted in Alameda County in 2003 80 of adolescents stated they got into bad habits during the hours between 300 pm and 600 pm Walker 2004 Plagiarism Walker states that if they have nowhere to go many adolescents increase their chances of making uninformed lifestyle decisions Statistics from a 2003 study in Alameda County indicate that 80 ofthose sampled agreed they got into bad habits during the hours between 300 pm and 600 pm Walker 2004 Because the student did not differentiate hisher ideas from those in the source it appears that only the quotation in the last sentence is borrowed when in fact the first sentence owes a debt to the original Internet Anytime you download text from the Web you risk committing plagiarism Follow these guidelines Download information into individual les so that you can keep track of your sources Do not simply cut amp paste blocks of text into your paper summarise or paraphrase the text rst Any direct words must be enclosed in quotation marks Provide appropriate documentation from all internet sources emails online discussion groups Web sites journals etc PLEASE REMEMBER YOU WILL TURN YOUR REPORT THROUGH TURNITIN WHICH CHECKS FOR PLAGIARISED MATERIALll A0 I A 01 References Please check Chapter 4 text American Psychological Association 2005 Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association 5quot ed Washington DC American Psychological Association Expressing IdeasReducing Bias 1 Orderly Presentation ofldeas Continuity a Punctuation establishes the cadence ofa sentence telling the reader where to pause comma semicolon colon stop period question mark ortake detour dash parenthesis and brackets overuse will annoy reader underuse will confuse b Transitional Words use of pronouns to avoid repetition time links then next after while since causeeffect links therefore consequently as a result addition links in addition moreover furthermore similarly and contrast links but conversely nevertheless however although whereas 2 Economy of Expression Say only what needs to be said weed out overly detailed descriptions of participants procedures elaborations etc a Jargon continuous use of a technical term even where it is irrelevant b Wordiness impedes the ready grasp of ideas 0 Redundancy in an effort to become emphatic Editorial Style Problems Spell out abbreviations when rst used Check APA format for proper referencing