INTRODUCING QUOTATIONS (IQ)

Two Options:
1. Author + verb

Sample verb options:
says, writes, accepts, criticizes, describes, disagrees, discusses,   
explains, identifies, insists, offers, points out, suggests, warns.

Sample A:
In "Serve or Fail," Dave Eggers says, "A college history major might
learn something by tutoring a local middle school class that is studying
the Underground Railroad."  I included this quotation in my collage
because . . .

Sample B:
The United States Catholic Bishops Conference's 1998 document,
Everyday Christianity: To Hunger and Thirst for Justice, asserts,
"Catholics in the United States have special responsibilities to protect
human life and dignity and to stand with those who are poor and
vulnerable."

.2. Signal Phrase
(may include author’s name, credentials, and/or the title of the source)   

Sample signal phrases: • According to(author/article)  / As  ____ + Verb

Sample A:
According to Dave Eggers in "Serve or Fail," "A college history major
might learn something by tutoring a local middle school class that is
studying the Underground Railroad."  I included this quotation in my
collage because . .  

Sample B:
As the United States Catholic Bishops Conference asserts, "Catholics
in the United States have special responsibilities to protect human life
and dignity and to stand with those who are poor and vulnerable."