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  Plagiarism - Paraphrasing
     
  Converting other’s ideas and words into your own by understanding and expressing/ summarizing that you have developed as a result is paraphrasing. Critical thinking on what you’ve read or noted and what topic you are writing on is necessary for proper paraphrasing. Thinking on these lines will help – what has the author said, how has the author said, why has the author said so, what is your understanding of the topic, is there any other author who would having said something differently on the same topic, can you draw an argument based on the differences between two or more authors, refer to your classroom notes, draw your own conclusion.
   
 

Make no mistake in assuming that by merely changing a couple of words or by changing the order of words or sentences or by rearranging words or sentences would mean paraphrasing. When you reproduce others words or ideas as your own wherein your sentences or style are close to the original, it is not paraphrasing. It could rather be categorized under plagiarism.

   
   
   
   
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