Module 1
Ask Good Questions
Module 2
Finding Information
Module 3
Selecting the Best
Module 4
Putting it Together
Module 5
Your Presentation
Module 6
Making the Grade

How do I keep my notes organized?

Since it is so easy to plagiarize unintentionally, it is very important to take good notes. When you are taking notes, you need to have a system so you can tell the difference between the following:

  • Paraphrasing
  • Direct quoatation
  • Summarizing
  • Common knowledge

Directions: Begin with #1 and work through #6 below. Then, click next.

#1

Review the tips presented in the video you watched in Learn #1, How to Read a Scholarly Journal Article. Read the scholarly journal article Social Media and Body Image: #Fitspiration at Its Worst from American Fitness Journal, using those tips.

#2

Review the tips presented in the video you watched in Learn #2, How to Take Notes in Class. Take notes on the article, Social Media and Body Image: #Fitspiration at Its Worst, from American Fitness Journal, using one of the methods. As you read and take notes, reflect on the questions you developed in Module One: Ask Good Questions.

#3

Create notes, either in a note card or in a digital format. Refer to the note-taking information in Learn #2 and #7.

#4

Choose an idea or quote from the article Social Media and Body Image: #Fitspiration at Its Worst. Write a sentence or two that paraphrases the idea or quote you chose from from the article.

#5

Review Compile and Organize Your Data: Writing an Outline from INFOhio's World Book. (You may need your school username and password if accessing from home.)

#6

Practice your outlining skills with this online Outline Maker. Practice organizing main points and supporting details. Outlining will help you produce a well-organized paper.

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