Assignment Requirements Find any 4 pieces of information that you have found fro
Assignment Requirements Find any 4 pieces of information that you have found from your research. This information should come from at least four different sources that you have found to be credible and useful to your research. Once you have identified these sources do the following: Copy one paragraph from the source that includes information that you might want to use in your research paper. Type the section out EXACTLY as it is written in the original. (1 point) Take one piece of specific information from the original information and write a direct quote using those exact words The direct quote needs to contain a signal phrases and use MLA in-text citations. (2 points) Take the same information that youve just quoted and write it again paraphrasing it into your own words. Remember to use MLA in-text citations. (2 points) Example Using MLA In-text citation rules Original About half of the rise in sea level is due to thermal expansion. In addition oceans are rising because ice is melting. So far most of that water has come from mountain glaciers and ice caps. If the Greenland ice sheet were to melt completely it would release enough water to raise the sea level by 7 meters. West Antarcticas melting would raise sea level by over 5 meters and East Antarctica by 50 meters. If the Earth were to lose just 8% of its ice the consequences would be horrific. New York London Shanghai and other low-lying cities would be submerged. Direct Quote According to Lonnie G. Thompson and Gioietta Kuo in the article Climate Change If the Earth were to lose just 8% of its ice the consequences would be horrific. New York London Shanghai and other low-lying cities would be submerged. Paraphrase According to Lonnie G. Thompson and Gioetta Kuo in the article Climate Change even if the earth lost only 8% of its frozen waters many cities below sea level would be engulfed under water. You will repeat this process 4 times for a total of 4 sets of quotes & paraphrases.