NOTICE: IF YOU RECEIVED ANYTHING LESS THAN 100% ON THE SENTENCE OUTLINE, REVISE AND RESUBMIT BEFORE MOVING TO THE NEXT STEP (STEP 7).
Step 7: Type up a rough draft of your paper WITHOUT looking at your notes and articles while you type. Just say what you want to say. If you happen to remember important details from your scholarly sources that you want to include, feel free to include them (or at least as much as you remember), but do NOT worry about citations at this point. Just type your rough draft. Relax – you’ve got this! You already have the topic sentences – just rough out each paragraph to match the topic sentence.
See the Essay Guide, pp. 66-74, for assistance and examples.
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Go over citing paraphrases (All About Paraphrases.pptx).
Essay Guide, pp. 74-81
Step 8: Add the citations for your paraphrased information.
Go over selecting quoted information and inserting quotes and citations in paper (Adding Quotes and Citations.pptx).
Quotations Overview, p. 82-83
Modifying Quotations, pp. 84-87
Punctuating Quotations & Citations, pp. 88-89
Citation Formats, pp. 90-94
Example Essay, pp. 95-98
Step 9: Add quotes and citations to your paper.
Continue adding paraphrased and quoted information to your paper.
Review lead-ins and commentary, comparing the model essay in the previous step, pp. 95-98 to the model essay in this step 107-110 (Blending Quotations Examples.pptx).
Essay Guide, pp. 99-110, 145.
Step 10: Blend the quoted material into your paper with lead-ins and commentary.