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5/12/2014 APA - Referencing and assignment writing - Subject Guides at University of Tasmania  LibraryAdmin Sign In Referencing and assignment writing Tags: citing , essay_w riting , ielts , referencing , report , resumes , study_skills Last Updated: May 12, 2014 URL: http://utas.libguides.com/referencing Print Guide RSS Updates Home APA Chicago Harvard Online help for study & writing MLA Traditional note Turabian Vancouver Other styles Help for study & writing APA Comments(0) Print Page Search: This Guide ●Search General Information APA is a referencing method developed by the American Psychological Association and is version of the commonly used Author-Date system. Which style does my Faculty or School use? Some Schools require a different style from the one outlined here. Use the citation style required by your Faculty or School. Why Reference your sources? It is important to reference the sources you use so that the reader can follow your arguments and check your sources. It is essential to correctly acknowledge the author when quoting or paraphrasing, as you are using other peoples' ideas in your work. APA is a citation style create by the American Psychological Association. This guide is based on the following texts: American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). Washington DC: American Psychological Association. How to use APA Sources must be cited in two ways: 1. In-text citations are made like this: In-text citations consist of the author's name and year of publication inserted at an appropriate point in the text. Sternberg (1993) suggests results should be carefully analysed ... OR a discussion of results analysis (Sternberg, 1993) ... According to the Publication Manual of the APA “When paraphrasing or referring to an idea contained in another work, you are encouraged to provide a page or paragraph number, especially when it would help an interested reader locate the relevant passage in a long or complex text.” (p. 171) Note that this is a change from previous editions of the Manual. Always check with your lecturer for their preferences. Direct quotations and in-text citations Page numbers are always included in the in-text citation for direct quotations eg. (Hiebert, 2009, p. 69). Direct quotations 40 words or less should be typed within the text surrounded by double quotation marks. Example: Using graphics in an assignment has visual impact, but you need determine the purpose and importance of including them "The preparation of graphic materials requires careful attention to organization and content" (American Psychological Association, 2010 p. 126). Direct quotations more than 40 words should be included as a separate paragraph, and indented from the left margin, without quotation marks (American Psychological Association, 2010, pp. 170-171). Example: Style manual If you cannot find an example of what you are looking for, then use the APA manual. Publication manual of the American Psychological Association - American Psychological Association APA print friendly version APA 6th Comments (0) APA tutorials APA style tutorials Comments (0) Reference list abbreviations (APA, 2010, p.180) Abbreviation edition ed. Revised edition Rev. ed. second edition 2nd ed. Editor (editors) Ed. (Eds.) Translator(s) Trans. no date n.d. page (pages) p. (pp.) Volume (Volumes) Vol. (Vols.) Number No. Part Pt. Technical Report Tech. Rep. http://utas.libguides.com/content.php?pid=27520&sid=199805 1/2 " id="pdf-obj-0-32" src="pdf-obj-0-32.jpg">

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5/12/2014 APA - Referencing and assignment writing - Subject Guides at University of Tasmania  LibraryAdmin Sign In Referencing and assignment writing Tags: citing , essay_w riting , ielts , referencing , report , resumes , study_skills Last Updated: May 12, 2014 URL: http://utas.libguides.com/referencing Print Guide RSS Updates Home APA Chicago Harvard Online help for study & writing MLA Traditional note Turabian Vancouver Other styles Help for study & writing APA Comments(0) Print Page Search: This Guide ●Search General Information APA is a referencing method developed by the American Psychological Association and is version of the commonly used Author-Date system. Which style does my Faculty or School use? Some Schools require a different style from the one outlined here. Use the citation style required by your Faculty or School. Why Reference your sources? It is important to reference the sources you use so that the reader can follow your arguments and check your sources. It is essential to correctly acknowledge the author when quoting or paraphrasing, as you are using other peoples' ideas in your work. APA is a citation style create by the American Psychological Association. This guide is based on the following texts: American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). Washington DC: American Psychological Association. How to use APA Sources must be cited in two ways: 1. In-text citations are made like this: In-text citations consist of the author's name and year of publication inserted at an appropriate point in the text. Sternberg (1993) suggests results should be carefully analysed ... OR a discussion of results analysis (Sternberg, 1993) ... According to the Publication Manual of the APA “When paraphrasing or referring to an idea contained in another work, you are encouraged to provide a page or paragraph number, especially when it would help an interested reader locate the relevant passage in a long or complex text.” (p. 171) Note that this is a change from previous editions of the Manual. Always check with your lecturer for their preferences. Direct quotations and in-text citations Page numbers are always included in the in-text citation for direct quotations eg. (Hiebert, 2009, p. 69). Direct quotations 40 words or less should be typed within the text surrounded by double quotation marks. Example: Using graphics in an assignment has visual impact, but you need determine the purpose and importance of including them "The preparation of graphic materials requires careful attention to organization and content" (American Psychological Association, 2010 p. 126). Direct quotations more than 40 words should be included as a separate paragraph, and indented from the left margin, without quotation marks (American Psychological Association, 2010, pp. 170-171). Example: Style manual If you cannot find an example of what you are looking for, then use the APA manual. Publication manual of the American Psychological Association - American Psychological Association APA print friendly version APA 6th Comments (0) APA tutorials APA style tutorials Comments (0) Reference list abbreviations (APA, 2010, p.180) Abbreviation edition ed. Revised edition Rev. ed. second edition 2nd ed. Editor (editors) Ed. (Eds.) Translator(s) Trans. no date n.d. page (pages) p. (pp.) Volume (Volumes) Vol. (Vols.) Number No. Part Pt. Technical Report Tech. Rep. http://utas.libguides.com/content.php?pid=27520&sid=199805 1/2 " id="pdf-obj-0-42" src="pdf-obj-0-42.jpg">
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5/12/2014 APA - Referencing and assignment writing - Subject Guides at University of Tasmania  LibraryAdmin Sign In Referencing and assignment writing Tags: citing , essay_w riting , ielts , referencing , report , resumes , study_skills Last Updated: May 12, 2014 URL: http://utas.libguides.com/referencing Print Guide RSS Updates Home APA Chicago Harvard Online help for study & writing MLA Traditional note Turabian Vancouver Other styles Help for study & writing APA Comments(0) Print Page Search: This Guide ●Search General Information APA is a referencing method developed by the American Psychological Association and is version of the commonly used Author-Date system. Which style does my Faculty or School use? Some Schools require a different style from the one outlined here. Use the citation style required by your Faculty or School. Why Reference your sources? It is important to reference the sources you use so that the reader can follow your arguments and check your sources. It is essential to correctly acknowledge the author when quoting or paraphrasing, as you are using other peoples' ideas in your work. APA is a citation style create by the American Psychological Association. This guide is based on the following texts: American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). Washington DC: American Psychological Association. How to use APA Sources must be cited in two ways: 1. In-text citations are made like this: In-text citations consist of the author's name and year of publication inserted at an appropriate point in the text. Sternberg (1993) suggests results should be carefully analysed ... OR a discussion of results analysis (Sternberg, 1993) ... According to the Publication Manual of the APA “When paraphrasing or referring to an idea contained in another work, you are encouraged to provide a page or paragraph number, especially when it would help an interested reader locate the relevant passage in a long or complex text.” (p. 171) Note that this is a change from previous editions of the Manual. Always check with your lecturer for their preferences. Direct quotations and in-text citations Page numbers are always included in the in-text citation for direct quotations eg. (Hiebert, 2009, p. 69). Direct quotations 40 words or less should be typed within the text surrounded by double quotation marks. Example: Using graphics in an assignment has visual impact, but you need determine the purpose and importance of including them "The preparation of graphic materials requires careful attention to organization and content" (American Psychological Association, 2010 p. 126). Direct quotations more than 40 words should be included as a separate paragraph, and indented from the left margin, without quotation marks (American Psychological Association, 2010, pp. 170-171). Example: Style manual If you cannot find an example of what you are looking for, then use the APA manual. Publication manual of the American Psychological Association - American Psychological Association APA print friendly version APA 6th Comments (0) APA tutorials APA style tutorials Comments (0) Reference list abbreviations (APA, 2010, p.180) Abbreviation edition ed. Revised edition Rev. ed. second edition 2nd ed. Editor (editors) Ed. (Eds.) Translator(s) Trans. no date n.d. page (pages) p. (pp.) Volume (Volumes) Vol. (Vols.) Number No. Part Pt. Technical Report Tech. Rep. http://utas.libguides.com/content.php?pid=27520&sid=199805 1/2 " id="pdf-obj-0-54" src="pdf-obj-0-54.jpg">
5/12/2014 APA - Referencing and assignment writing - Subject Guides at University of Tasmania  LibraryAdmin Sign In Referencing and assignment writing Tags: citing , essay_w riting , ielts , referencing , report , resumes , study_skills Last Updated: May 12, 2014 URL: http://utas.libguides.com/referencing Print Guide RSS Updates Home APA Chicago Harvard Online help for study & writing MLA Traditional note Turabian Vancouver Other styles Help for study & writing APA Comments(0) Print Page Search: This Guide ●Search General Information APA is a referencing method developed by the American Psychological Association and is version of the commonly used Author-Date system. Which style does my Faculty or School use? Some Schools require a different style from the one outlined here. Use the citation style required by your Faculty or School. Why Reference your sources? It is important to reference the sources you use so that the reader can follow your arguments and check your sources. It is essential to correctly acknowledge the author when quoting or paraphrasing, as you are using other peoples' ideas in your work. APA is a citation style create by the American Psychological Association. This guide is based on the following texts: American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). Washington DC: American Psychological Association. How to use APA Sources must be cited in two ways: 1. In-text citations are made like this: In-text citations consist of the author's name and year of publication inserted at an appropriate point in the text. Sternberg (1993) suggests results should be carefully analysed ... OR a discussion of results analysis (Sternberg, 1993) ... According to the Publication Manual of the APA “When paraphrasing or referring to an idea contained in another work, you are encouraged to provide a page or paragraph number, especially when it would help an interested reader locate the relevant passage in a long or complex text.” (p. 171) Note that this is a change from previous editions of the Manual. Always check with your lecturer for their preferences. Direct quotations and in-text citations Page numbers are always included in the in-text citation for direct quotations eg. (Hiebert, 2009, p. 69). Direct quotations 40 words or less should be typed within the text surrounded by double quotation marks. Example: Using graphics in an assignment has visual impact, but you need determine the purpose and importance of including them "The preparation of graphic materials requires careful attention to organization and content" (American Psychological Association, 2010 p. 126). Direct quotations more than 40 words should be included as a separate paragraph, and indented from the left margin, without quotation marks (American Psychological Association, 2010, pp. 170-171). Example: Style manual If you cannot find an example of what you are looking for, then use the APA manual. Publication manual of the American Psychological Association - American Psychological Association APA print friendly version APA 6th Comments (0) APA tutorials APA style tutorials Comments (0) Reference list abbreviations (APA, 2010, p.180) Abbreviation edition ed. Revised edition Rev. ed. second edition 2nd ed. Editor (editors) Ed. (Eds.) Translator(s) Trans. no date n.d. page (pages) p. (pp.) Volume (Volumes) Vol. (Vols.) Number No. Part Pt. Technical Report Tech. Rep. http://utas.libguides.com/content.php?pid=27520&sid=199805 1/2 " id="pdf-obj-0-58" src="pdf-obj-0-58.jpg">

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5/12/2014 APA - Referencing and assignment writing - Subject Guides at University of Tasmania  LibraryAdmin Sign In Referencing and assignment writing Tags: citing , essay_w riting , ielts , referencing , report , resumes , study_skills Last Updated: May 12, 2014 URL: http://utas.libguides.com/referencing Print Guide RSS Updates Home APA Chicago Harvard Online help for study & writing MLA Traditional note Turabian Vancouver Other styles Help for study & writing APA Comments(0) Print Page Search: This Guide ●Search General Information APA is a referencing method developed by the American Psychological Association and is version of the commonly used Author-Date system. Which style does my Faculty or School use? Some Schools require a different style from the one outlined here. Use the citation style required by your Faculty or School. Why Reference your sources? It is important to reference the sources you use so that the reader can follow your arguments and check your sources. It is essential to correctly acknowledge the author when quoting or paraphrasing, as you are using other peoples' ideas in your work. APA is a citation style create by the American Psychological Association. This guide is based on the following texts: American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). Washington DC: American Psychological Association. How to use APA Sources must be cited in two ways: 1. In-text citations are made like this: In-text citations consist of the author's name and year of publication inserted at an appropriate point in the text. Sternberg (1993) suggests results should be carefully analysed ... OR a discussion of results analysis (Sternberg, 1993) ... According to the Publication Manual of the APA “When paraphrasing or referring to an idea contained in another work, you are encouraged to provide a page or paragraph number, especially when it would help an interested reader locate the relevant passage in a long or complex text.” (p. 171) Note that this is a change from previous editions of the Manual. Always check with your lecturer for their preferences. Direct quotations and in-text citations Page numbers are always included in the in-text citation for direct quotations eg. (Hiebert, 2009, p. 69). Direct quotations 40 words or less should be typed within the text surrounded by double quotation marks. Example: Using graphics in an assignment has visual impact, but you need determine the purpose and importance of including them "The preparation of graphic materials requires careful attention to organization and content" (American Psychological Association, 2010 p. 126). Direct quotations more than 40 words should be included as a separate paragraph, and indented from the left margin, without quotation marks (American Psychological Association, 2010, pp. 170-171). Example: Style manual If you cannot find an example of what you are looking for, then use the APA manual. Publication manual of the American Psychological Association - American Psychological Association APA print friendly version APA 6th Comments (0) APA tutorials APA style tutorials Comments (0) Reference list abbreviations (APA, 2010, p.180) Abbreviation edition ed. Revised edition Rev. ed. second edition 2nd ed. Editor (editors) Ed. (Eds.) Translator(s) Trans. no date n.d. page (pages) p. (pp.) Volume (Volumes) Vol. (Vols.) Number No. Part Pt. Technical Report Tech. Rep. http://utas.libguides.com/content.php?pid=27520&sid=199805 1/2 " id="pdf-obj-0-81" src="pdf-obj-0-81.jpg">

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APA is a referencing method developed by the American Psychological Association and is version of the commonly used Author-Date system.

Which style does my Faculty or School use?

Some Schools require a different style from the one outlined here. Use the citation style required by your Faculty or School.

Why Reference your sources?

It is important to reference the sources you use so that the reader can follow your arguments and check your sources. It is essential to correctly acknowledge the author when quoting or paraphrasing, as you are using other peoples' ideas in your work.

APA is a citation style create by the American Psychological Association. This guide is based on the following texts:

American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.).

Washington DC: American Psychological Association.

How to use APA

Sources must be cited in two ways:

  • 1. In-text citations are made like this:

In-text citations consist of the author's name and year of publication inserted at an appropriate point in the text. Sternberg (1993) suggests results should be carefully analysed ... OR a discussion of results analysis (Sternberg, 1993)

...

According to the Publication Manual of the APA “When paraphrasing or referring to an idea contained in another work, you are encouraged to provide a page or paragraph number, especially when it would help an interested reader locate the relevant passage in a long or complex text.” (p. 171)

Note that this is a change from previous editions of the Manual. Always check with your lecturer for their preferences.

Direct quotations and in-text citations

  • Page numbers are always included in the in-text citation for direct quotations eg. (Hiebert, 2009, p. 69). Direct quotations 40 words or less should be typed within the text surrounded by double quotation marks.

Example:

Using graphics in an assignment has visual impact, but you need determine the purpose and importance of including them "The preparation of graphic materials requires careful attention to organization and content" (American Psychological Association, 2010 p. 126).

  • Direct quotations more than 40 words should be included as a separate paragraph, and indented from the left margin, without quotation marks (American Psychological Association, 2010, pp. 170-171).

Example:

Style manual

If you cannot find an example of what you are looking for, then use the APA manual.

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...Frameworks

are constructed by scaffolding master goal learning.

Placing an emphasis on mastery of new material, not just the performance of tasks, typifies the teacher who is focused on mastery goal orientation. In the classroom, concepts are introduced and then related to one another to form a complex web of knowledge. Students are able to explore topics in depth and at length, and they come away with a more nuanced understanding of the text that can then enhance future reading experiences. Even at the lower elementary grades, students are capable of learning multiple concepts and making connections among those concepts. Although at first they may appear more challenging, decodable texts that include conceptual knowledge are more likely to sustain student interest and foster curiosity, thereby creating engaged readers. (Hiebert, 2009, p. 69)

  • 2. Reference lists, at the end of your paper, are made like this:

A reference list entry includes information about the source such as author, publication date, title, place of publication and publisher, but may include additional information depending on the type of source.

  • The reference list starts a new page (APA, 2010, p. 37), and is arranged alphabetically by author's last name (APA, 2010, p. 181).

  • References are double spaced with the second and subsequent lines of each reference indented (APA, 2010, p. 37).

  • Include only the references that were used when writing the paper (APA, 2010, p. 180).

  • The title of the reference list 'References' should be centered (APA, 2010, p. 37).

  • In the reference list single authors go before multiple authors (APA, 2010, p. 182), for example:

Fischer, K. W., Example:

(1992)...

before Fischer, K., Demetriou, A., & Dawson, T. L. (1992)....

References

American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.).

Washington DC: American Psychological Association.

Bjork, R. A. (1989). Retrieval inhibition as an adaptive mechanism in human memory. In H. L. Roediger &

F.I.M. Craik (Eds.), Varieties of memory and consciousness (pp. 309-330). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Fischer, K., Demetriou, A., & Dawson, T. L. (1992). The development of mental processing: efficiency,

working memory and thinking. Boston: Blackwell Publishing.

Sternberg, R. J. (1993). The psychologist's companion (2nd ed.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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