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GETTING STARTED To be able to write your very own paper there are some very important methods that should be applied in the beginning and the duration of the writing process When using these techniques you will be able to keep organized while writing and to keep your work from getting tossed into the wastebasket by your professor If your professor does that to your paper it must be likely there was no use of your own words or just didnt cite it when needed So here are some helpful guidelines to keep your paper out of the trash Organization of a paper is very crucial and should contain all the material to support your main idea of the paper This type of organization should be kept simple and easy for the writers themselves to follow The most used method of organization is to extract materials needed for the whole paper and put it in order with brief statements or whole sentences for example -The rise in price of gasoline -People have been more conscious of gas use -No one has given a good reason for the price jump These are points within the paper that should be discussed This is a very important part of organizing the paper Not doing this could lead to running off the subject and or not getting your point across When we think of citations people usually think of sirens and flashing blue lights when were late for work school or a meeting In papers citations are used to give credit when credit is due This is used when there are certain or specific materials needed to complete a paper and these materials are not your own There are many various ways to cite all various kinds of work but the basics are name the writer in the phrase then immediately following the phrase use the page number in parenthesis For example the study of architecture is not
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