NAME:________________________________________________________________________ Citation assignment SOC 201 Out of 50 points Due 9/26 by

NAME:________________________________________________________________________
Citation assignment
SOC 201
Out of 50 points
Due 9/26 by 9pm in the appropriate dropbox on Moodle. LATE assignments only accepted until 9/28 at 9pm. This must be typed. Feel free to fill in the blanks and “save as” using the instructions below. No handwritten copies will be accepted. Save your file as a PDF using your first and last name and the assignment name (i.e., Jessica Sullivan Citation Assignment).
Using the article provided (uploaded in the dropbox), answer the following questions. Accuracy is very important so be sure to double-check your work and use your handouts if necessary. Grammar (including capitalization and punctuation) are also very important. These will be graded pass/fail per question. If you answer question 1 correctly, you will receive 1 point. If you miss part of question 1, you will lose all points.
Provide a full citation of the article titled “In-class laptop use and its effects on student learning.” This is what would appear in a bibliography or on a reference page if you were using this article as a resource. Use whichever style you are accustomed to. If you do not know a style, see the MLA link on Moodle. [10 points total]
Which style are you using? MLA, APA, ASA, Chicago Style, etc. (HIGHLIGHT, UNDERLINE, OR DELETE OTHERS)
Full citation (like you would use on a reference page or bibliography):
Properly provide a direct quotation and citation (using quotation marks) from the methods section (1.1) on participants. [5 points]
Properly paraphrase from the first paragraph of the discussion section (3) and provide the appropriate citation. [5 points]
Provide a statement about computer use in the classroom that does not relate to something you’ve learned in this article or elsewhere. This should be something that you know (i.e., maybe an opinion of yours about computer use). [5 points]
Does the statement provided in #4 need to have a citation included? [2.5 points] Why or why not? [2.5 points]
YES or NO
How many references did the author(s) use? [5 points] How did you figure this out? [5 points]
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What does n.d. mean in regards to citations? [2.5 points] Did you find this anywhere in the article’s reference page? [2.5 points] Why or why not? [5 points]
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