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This ppt contain a brief description of what is Copyright. Students can see how to use it with a poem example.

This ppt contain a brief description of what is Copyright. Students can see how to use it with a poem example.

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    • Copyrightfor kids of 3rd grade
      By Hei Mao
      Cristina Paredes
      Educ 422
      Summer 2011
    • Hello kids. My name is Hei Mao and I am going to talk about what is copyright.
    • What do you understand for copyright?
      One way of being clear about this word is dividing into two: copy and right.
      Now, could you tell me what copy and right are?
      EXACTLY!!!
      Copy is imitate, reproduce or transcript of an original source.
      And right is something that is good, proper or just right conduct.
    • Now that we know the meaning of those two words we can combine and find the definition out.
      Copyright is a protection over intellectual property on original works. For example, literary, dramatic, musical, and artistic works, such as poetry, novels, movies, songs, computer software, and architecture are protected under the Copyrights.
    • Now, lets copy this poem in our assignment
    • Whoaaa
      Are you going to copy the whole poem for your assignment?
    • I think it is not RIGHT to use all this poem even when it is for educational purposes.
      Probably you kids are questioning why that is not right. Well, this is why:
      - For motion media, 10%, or up to 3 minutes.
      - For text material, 10% or up to 1000 words.
      - For music, lyrics and so forth 10% but no more than 30 seconds of an individual work
    • How much do you think we can use of that poem?
      That it is RIGHT!!!
      10% of the poem.
      What if now we see the part that caught my attention in that poem.
      “His voice is like rickety floorboards. It crackles and groans when he speaks”. Kenn Nesbitt
    • What can not be a Copyright
      Ideas and facts that are in public domain
      Words, names and slogans
      Government work
      Administrative rulings
      Works created by federal goverment
    • Okay kids, do not forget to use Copyright for all the material that you use in the future.
    • Bibliography
      http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/copy
      http://www.andromeda-music.com/
      http://getcomputersoftware.info/result.php
      http://www.trendir.com/ultra-modern/architecture-institute-in-amst.html
      http://www.sugardoodle.net/Literacy/index.shtml
      http://www.cyberbee.com/cb_copyright.swf
      http://www.poetry4kids.com/poem-555.html