This handout assists writers in successfuly intergrating citations or quotations from secondary sources into their own writing. It helps avoid the common writing error of simply "cutting and pasting" quote after quote from other sources. It provides a visual to help writers see how an integrated citation should look. In addition, it provides questions and names components. This handout allows students a resource for integrating their own thoughts into an essay, rather than simply using other sources. It pushes them to set the scene and explain the relevence in addition to citing or quoting from another source. If you want your students to show their skills in integrating others' work to assist their argument, if you want your students to analyze rather than summarize, then this reference sheet is an excellent foundation.