What is plagiarism?
Using someone else's thoughts, ideas, or work as your own without giving them proper credit
Doing your own work using research that you properly cite to give credit to the original authors
The only way we can do classwork, homework, and assignments correctly
What are examples of plagiarism (choose all that apply):
Writing your own ideas
Paying someone to do your work
Using someone else's work
Doing an internet search and using copy and paste for the assignment
Giving your own opinion
Using multiple sources and not citing the sources correctly
Plagiarism is "okay" in class when I don't have time to do the assignment myself.
If I cite the source incorrectly, but I add quotation marks, then it is not plagiarism.
Plagiarism is never justified or "okay" to do in class.
"Copy and paste" is not plagiarism if I change a few of the words.
Turning in someone else's work as your own is plagiarism.
How can you avoid plagiarism?
You cannot avoid plagiarism ever.
Use note cards to organize your thoughts and others' thoughts; learn how to properly cite sources; use quotation marks when using others' ideas; writing your own opinions and thoughts.
Paying someone else to do your work; using someone else's work as your own; copy and pasting from the internet as long as you change a few words
What are some consequences to plagiarizing in class (check all that apply):
Failing the assignment
Rewriting the assignment
Writing an apology letter to your parents and teachers
Disciplinary meeting with Master J and Master Jarun
Do you promise not to plagiarize in class or I will face the appropriate consequences outlined in the class syllabus?
Yes, I promise not to plagiarize in class or I will face the appropriate consequences outlined in the class syllabus.
No, I don't promise that I will not plagiarize. By checking this answer, I agree to take this test again.