This portal aims to initiate high school students in the Introduction to Research Methodology and provide a practical guide for the development of Research projects adapted to the curricular programs of the Cristo Rey Valencia School Educational Unit, Venezuela.
“Refer, annotate or mention the authors, texts or places that are alleged or discussed in what is said or written.”
A verbatim quote is to transcribe the text word for word from another author or from a previously published own document; When doing so, the text is placed in quotation marks accompanied by the data of the author, year and number of the page from which it was extracted.
The elements of a verbatim quote can be placed in different order, depending on whether what you want to emphasize is the content, the author or the year of publication.
First the content of the textual quotation in quotation marks and then the last name of the author or authors, year and page. Example:
First the last name of the author (s) is noted, then the year in parentheses, then the quotation in quotation marks and finally the page from which the quotation was taken in parentheses. Example:
It is greater than 40 words and is written on a new line without quotes. The entire paragraph indented 5 spaces on the left and right margins, single spacing is not used, the text alignment or justification will be complete.
The last name of the author (s) is noted first, then the year in parentheses, then the long quotation greater than 40 words in a new indented line, without quotation marks and finally the page from where the quotation was taken in parentheses.
The long textual quotation is written first in a new indented line without quotation marks, a period, and between parentheses (Surname (s), year, page)
They are those in which an author’s ideas are presented without including textual phrases, with our own words, without quotation marks. The origin of the information should be indicated including in the text, in parentheses, the author’s last name and the year of publication, separated by a comma.
The idea of the author or authors is exposed in our own words, without quotation marks, a period, and between parentheses (Surname (s), year, page)
First the last name of the author (s) is noted, then the year in parentheses, then the paraphrased quotation without quotation marks.
Depending on the language of the article or document, you should use “and” or “&” respectively to join the names of the authors.
In this case, the first time the appointment is made, all the authors’ surnames must be written. Afterwards, only the first author should be cited and “et al.” Should be added.
The first time it is cited, the full name of the institution or corporation must be put followed by its acronym, in the following references it is enough to cite the acronym.