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Copy of Copyright for 3rd grade

A presentation adequatte for third graders. This presentations teaches children in third grade what Copyright means.

Claribel Resendiz

on 25 September 2013

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Transcript of Copy of Copyright for 3rd grade

3rd Grade Presentation
By Claribel Resendiz
It means that as the author of the work, you alone, have the right to
*make copies of your work
*handout copies of your work
*perform your work publicly (plays, dances, music)
*display your work to the public (such as artwork, etc.)
*make modifications

or changes.
No one else can make
copies of your work unless you give
them permission.
Otherwise it is considered
Let's say you are doing a
project that requires info.
from the internet. You can
use that info. in your project
because it is for educational
purposes under the law of "fairuse".
But ALWAYS make sure to give credit
to the author of the work. ;)
There are numerous
ways how we can give credit.
One of them is by including a
page that contains all the
sources you used for your
informative project.
Fairuse lets you add a clip of youtube,
a picture you might like, or
even music, but only if it is
for educational purposes. :)
Example: © 2001 John Doe
What will you see on a
book or poster that is copywritten?
What are copyright materials?
Any work after January 1st 1978
such as:

literary, dramatic, musical, and artistic works, such as poetry, novels, movies, songs, computer software, and architecture are protected by Copyright.
Copyright does not protect facts, ideas, systems, or methods of operations. That have not developed into a material.
How can this affect
a media presentation
you might be asked to create?
On your last slide you can
post all the sources that were
used. This will give credit to the author.
I bet you would like your name
to be mentioned if you were the creator
of a beautiful drawing ;)

If you like that idea, then other
authors like it too. No one likes
to hear someone else say "This
is what I did", when in reality
you were the one that created the
work. :)

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