Paraphrasing and Direct QuotationsIsaac Perry
Following the "sandwich technique" described in this week's required reading, post a direct quotation from one of your sources as it would appear within the body of your research paper. Be sure that you introduce your quote with a signal phrase, provide some commentary for the quote, and include the appropriate in-text citations for your documentation style. Follow the source material with closing commentary or analysis to link it to your thesis/purpose.
Next, paraphrase the same quotation and use a signal phrase and closing commentary to demonstrate how the paraphrase would appear in your research paper; include an in-text citation in the documentation style you are using for your paper. Be sure to label which documentation style you are using and include the appropriate bibliography entry as the source will appear on your works cited, reference, or bibliography page. It must be at least 250 APA format too. Finally, here is what i have so far and just need to complete the rest. Please use attached document as an example of what need to be done.
Thesis statement: Providing a systematic way of ordering supplies can ensure that products are on hand by required delivery date.
Direct Quotation example:
To support this, Viale wrote: “The major reason for managing inventory is to reconcile the following potential conflicting objects: #1 maximizing customer service, #2 Maximizing efficiency of purchasing and production, #3 minimizing inventory investment, #4 maximizing profit thus increasing return on investment (RIO) and return on assets (ROA) “ (Viale, 1996).
Viale, David. “Inventory Management: From Warehouse to Distribution,” page 13, 1996
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