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Plagiarism and Citing Sources: 3rd and 4th Grade


Blaire Beathard

on 17 November 2015

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Transcript of Plagiarism and Citing Sources: 3rd and 4th Grade

Works Cited
Telling the audience or reader where you got your information from
Taking someone else's words, research, or ideas and passing them off as your own.
It is acceptable to use someone else's work, but you MUST give them credit for it.
1. Copying word for word an entire paper or a large section of text
2. Changing a few words of someone else's work and presenting it
as your own
3. Even borrowing a short phrase is plagiarism.
How can I use someone else's ideas?
Write down all of your sources on a works cited page.
What is a "Work Cited" page?
The name MLA gives to a bibliography. It is a list of the resources you used during your research. There are certain guidelines that must be followed.
Works Cited
Rowling, J.K. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. New York: Scholastic Inc, 1997.
Place of Publication
Copyright Date
What is Plagiarism?
Check out this video:
Happy Researching!
I can cite a source within a works cited page.
I can search for information using databases
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