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Plagiarism in Public Speaking
Transcript of Plagiarism in Public Speaking
Public Speaking Betty
Nikki Famous Examples...
Why it's BAD Consequences
How To Avoid It It can happen Anywhere What could happen? How to avoid Plagiarism plagiarism is bad because... The Easy Way Out Comes from the Latin word meaning "to kidnap" What is Plagiarism?... Grice, George. Mastering Public Speaking . 7th Edition. Boston, MA: Pearson Education , 1993. 26/28. Print.
pic: google images/plagiarism Fear of Failing
Poor time management skills
Consequences of cheating are viewed as
Past behavior was never corrected pic: google images/plagiarism Destroy Student/Academic reputation:
-Revoking student's degree
-Possible cause of rejection to colleges
-Putting offense on academic record
Destroyed Professional Reputation
-Jail time/fines from $100-$50,000
-Follows throughout career
-Fired or being asked to step down from position
-Compensation to original author/writer/vocalist -Understand what Plagiarism is.
-Extensive research on topic you are writing or speaking about.
-Use quotation marks when using someone else's exact sentences or phrases.
-Cite and give credit to original author/writer/vocalist/artist
-Instill a sense of confidence in yourself that you can write well, without the need to steal another
person's idea or words. Plagiarism in Public Speaking.. Plagiarism is bad because It uses someone else’s work and if you don’t give them credit it’s stealing their ideas
If you don’t do your own work you’ll never learn what it is your trying to learn about
Copying peoples ideas and using them for your own purpose takes the originality out of your creation and it becomes just a copy not a new idea and you may not know what the original idea really meant
Using someone else’s words in a speech can make people think you stand for the same thing the other person’s speech stands for and you may not want that representation Plagiarism is a copy of another’s idea Pic: Bing images/ tide
Pic2: Bing images/ plagiarism It’s Easy to understand plagiarism cbsnews.com /Obama accused of plagiarism in speech
pic: Bing images/ Obama "Just Words" Obama was once accused of copying someone else’s words in a speech for saying “"Don't tell me words don't matter! 'I have a dream.' Just words. 'We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal.' Just words. 'We have nothing to fear but fear itself.' Just words, just speeches," Obama said in his speech”
Which was like Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick Source: Cbsnews.com/ Obama accused of plagiarism in speech
Pic: Bing images/ Deval Patrick "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal'-just words. Just words. 'We have nothing to fear but fear itself'-just words. 'Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country'-just words. 'I have a dream'-just words," Patrick said Deval Patrick’s version Plagiarism is like stealing another persons ideas and calling them your own Source:http://tlc.typepad.com picture http://www.bestessaytips.com
"Defining and Avoiding Plagiarism:The WPA Statement on Best Practices." Council of Writing Program Administrators. n. page. Print. <http://www.wpacouncil.org>. Plagiarist= kidnapper of ideas or words of another Joe Biden Vicente Soto III The Beatles George Harrison Timbaland & Nelly Furtado has a masters in corporate communication
10 years experience in professional speaking Tracy Goodwin Questions