Learning to seamlessly incorporate quotes is essential in order to become an effective writer. Refer to the resources in this guide whenever you are unsure of how to add textual evidence (quotes and paraphrasing) into a written assignment.
From MICDS McCullough Library: You might be saying to yourself "Won't my whole paper be a string of quotes and paraphrases?" No! Your teacher wants to see your ideas too. You weave these passages into your writing.
Plagiarism is using someone else's words or ideas without providing proper credit. This means that even if you forget to cite you are still guilty of plagiarism, which is a violation of South Hadley High School student conduct policies. Take the time to make sure you give credit where credit is due.