Part I You are going to practice embedding source material into your writing. To do this, you will provide a signal phrase and a parenthetical citation for the information below. As is the case in the essays you write, anytime you have an in-text citation, you need to have a reference entry for that citation. In short, for this part, you need two things: a sentence (signal phrase and quote) with a parenthetical citation and a reference entry. 1. Doing a paper on monkeys you find an article in Newsweek titled Monkeys of North America written by A. J. Boyd. The article appeared in the January 22, 1994 edition, volume 155, on pages 29 thru 30. On page thirty the article reads: Hurricanes have released monkeys from the Monkey Jungle on a few occasions. This is how it should look. The parenthetical citation and the APA entry on the References page.Boyd (1994) said, Hurricanes have released monkeys from the Monkey Jungle on a few occasions (p. 30). Reference: Boyd, A. J. (1994, January 22). Monkeys of North America. Newsweek, 155, 29-30. 2. You are doing a film theory project on movie aliens and want to quote direct dialogue from the movie, E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, directed by Steven Spielberg. You want to use the line: He’s a man from outer space and we’re taking him to his spaceship, said by Elliot. The film, released in 1982 by Universal Pictures, stars Henry Thomas, Drew Barrymore, and Dee Wallace. The movie was produced in the United States.Part II Summarize or paraphrase the material in your own words with (a parenthetical citation). Like what you did in the last part, be sure to include a reference entry for each source. For this part, you will need two things: a summary or paraphrase with an in-text citation and a reference entry. 3. John Hersey went to Japan right after the bomb dropped to record the experience of those who would soon be dead from the radiation. He used these stories to write the book Hiroshima. The line: Immediately after the explosion, the Reverend Mr. Kiyoshi Tanimoto, having run wildly out of the Matsui estate, looked in wonder at the bloody soldiers at the mouth of the dugout they had been digging: appears on page twenty-three. You want to use the line in your paper. The book was published in New York in 1959. Bantam Books published the book. 4. You are doing a research paper and want to use the website called History of Advertising edited by Will Stanton and published on-line on the tenth of June 1996. An article appears on the website written by Jill Mcgill called Advertising Techniques that says Advertisers prey on impressionable children to convince them that they need toys to feel like a complete person. The line appears in paragraph 18 out of 29. You found the site on March 5, 2000 at http://www.HOA.com/Techniques/.