Agenda Jigsaw discussion Making plagiarism lessons positive Ideas for curriculum
Jigsaw discussion 3 articles Towson professor investigated overallegations of plagiarism Plagiarism Lines Blur for Students in DigitalAge Another silly internet meme–bananas andtumor necrosis factor
Jigsaw discussion1. Summarize what your article was about2. Describe at least 3 points from yourarticle that made it interesting3. How is this article relevant to you? As astudent? To your future career?
Jigsaw discussion Discussion group A: Evan, Chelsea, Megan, Miranda, Malloryand Kayla Discussion group B: Casey, Kristen, Rachel, Natalie, Kyla andErica Discussion group C: Mandy, Abby, Chris, Ashley, Shannon,Adina and Amanda
Jigsaw Discussion Come back together and share your newgroups thoughts on the articles
Make Plagiarism Positive* Don’t tell them how tofail, show them how tosucceed Teach avoidance Show the strengths ofproper citation* Points modified from: http://chronicle.com/article/A-Positive-Solution-for/134498/
Lessons for digital citizenship Social norms are the same… but different Look for lesson plans on digital literacy The lessons can start at all levels Create research building blocks Switch assignment grades