Integration of Quotations:
Students often just drop full sentence quotations into their writing. Many have difficulty using fully integrated quotations in their writing because they have not been taught in a formal way with models. This handout goes to change that.
I have included various guidelines and examples and have laid them out in a two page handout for students as a quick-reference for how to use integrated quotations effectively. (NOTE: This handout, while formatted by me, contains some material that is freely obtained from the Internet. References are provided.)
ORIGINAL MATERIAL: Also included is a one-page worksheet along with a one-page Answer Key that I made with detailed examples on the three basic methods of how to integrate quotations:
1. Your own words, "quotation" (22).
2. "Quotation," your own words (22).
3. Your own words, "quotation," your own words (22).
Students are then provided with an opportunity to try their hands at the various ways of integrating quotations.
There is then a one-page optional handout explaining three different methods for introducing integrated quotations in your writing (basically sentence stems). This is the above mentioned material that is freely available on the web and I have only reformatted it. (References provided.)
For the portions of this quotation integration document that I have not written myself, I have provided the appropriate credits. The purchase price is for the original content which I created, as is indicated on the product.