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Keyboarding (Plagiarism)

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Zach Schuett

on 10 June 2014

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How to Prevent Plagiarism
"In a research paper, you have to come up with your own original ideas while at the same time making reference to work that's already been done by others."

Found from Plagiarism.org - Best Practices for Ensuring Originality in Written Work
Types of Plagiarism
Plagiarism is often compared to research but there is a big difference. For example here is one kind of common type of plagiarism.
☻Taking somebody's work that's not yours and submitting as if it was.


What is Plagiarism?
Plagiarism

Plagiarism is when you
copy or use
word for word what another person has wrote. When you do that, that is considered plagiarism.
By Zach, Lauren, Jacob, Lexi, and Colin
Paraphrasing

☻Paraphrasing can also mean something different also put “ marks around what you don’t know how to restate.
☻Sometime it helps if you read something and close the book and try to remember what you read to use your words.
☻It means to use your own words in a paper. If you want to use someones words then you need to give them credit.
Conclusion
Now that you know a little about Plagiarism we have two questions:

1. What is paraphrasing?
A. using your own words
B. Copying word for word
C. Using MOSTLY your own words

2. What is plagiarism?
A. Using your own words
B. Mostly your own words
C. Copying word for word

The Percent of of people who Plagiarism is
59% of high school students admitted cheating on a test during the last year. 34% self-reported doing it more than two times.
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