You can get this on google very easily.
scp is used for remote copy, if you want to copy in same system, cp is enough. It is not like like scp will do it fast.
scp /path/of/directory/* IP:/path/of/desstination/directory
Suppose you source path is /tmp/user/myfiles and destination system's IP is 192.168.1.9 and destination folder is in /tmp/user2
scp /tmp/user/myfiles/* 192.168.1.9:/tmp/user2
It will copy only files, if youw ant to copy directory, use scp -r