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English 10: Step 2: Biographical Summary

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Attribution and Documentation

This project requires you to document all your sources and attribute all information included in your essay that is not considered common knowledge. All information quoted, paraphrased, or summarized from an outside source must include in-text citation and a corresponding entry in the Works Cited Page.

 To review guidelines about and strategies for avoiding plagiarism, visit and read the following pages, all from Purdue University’s Online Writing Lab:

Plagiarism: Overview and Contradictions

Is It Plagiarism?

Safe Practices

Biography Assignment

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Citing your sources doesn't have to be hard. Just remember to get the information while you are in the source!

   

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-Start a new project and start citing!

Hint #1: Do not use the Noodletools App. Use the link to Noodletools on the web
Hint #2: For the citation "level," we recommend "starter" for middle school and "junior" for upper school.