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Laura Haft

on 31 October 2012

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Transcript of Plagiarism

Dishonesty in Assigned Work "Students are expected to do their own work on all tests, papers, projects, and other assignments to be done on an individual basis. Students should neither turn in another student's work as their own nor give assistance to another student. Any student who turns in another student's work as his or her own or who assists or gives his or her work to another student shall be given a grade of zero on that work. The incident will be reported to the principal and the parents. Principals may also establish school rules to punish violators of this policy."

"Plagiarism is prohibited in all student work, including creative writing, essays, reports, projects, and presentations, whether print, oral, electronic, musical, graphic, or video." LCPS Student Rights and Responsibilities 2012-2013, p. 10 Plagiarism According to Merriam-Webster dictionary, to plagiarize is "to steal and pass off (the ideas or words of another) as one's own : use (another's production) without crediting the source."

(http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/plagiarize) What Does That Really Mean? http://www.brainpop.com/english/writing/plagiarism/ How Plagiarism is Discovered? Work turned in that has a different writing style than usual
Web searches
Services like Turnitin and SafeAssign How Can We Prevent Plagiarism? Take notes in your own words and keep track of your sources
Practice paraphrasing
Cite your sources (this includes images and diagrams)
Don't forget quotation marks if quoting a sentence or phrase directly from your source What Needs to be Cited? Images Text Ideas Unique phrases Facts that are NOT
common knowledge Opinions Statistics Graphs Paraphrases of someone else's words Theories What is Plagiarism? Take a minute to think about what you know about plagiarism already. Write down what you think it means on a piece of paper.
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