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Plagiarism

Information to help 7th graders understand plagiarism.
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Jane Nesdill

on 26 May 2011

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Transcript of Plagiarism

Plagiarism ... is stealing ... is using without permission ... is copying & pasting
someone else's work
as your own. ... is downloading
music, movies, etc.
that you did not make or
pay to get a legal copy. Just because it is on the internet
doesn't mean it is free and you can
use it for whatever you want. If you did not create it,
draw it, take your own picture of it,
or make it, it is not yours to use without
permission or citing where you got it from. The consequeces if you are caught
plagiarizing can be severe. You might
receive a failing grade, be expelled,
receive a fine, or have some jail time. ... paraphrasing without
citing your source
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