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  • 1. Taking the Fear out of Research Papers - How to Complete Proper Citations and Avoid Plagiarism. A Survey of Instructional Goals and Learning Domains Utilized in the Writers to the Rescue Bookbuilder Project
  • 2. Instructional Goals The instructional goals for this project are for students to prepare a research paper without plagiarism by properly citing work in both the text of the report and on the works cited page.
  • 3. Instructional Objectives
    • The instructional objectives are:
    • Teach what plagiarism is.
    • How to avoid plagiarism through proper citation.
    • Know how to cite work inside the body of the report.
    • How to develop a proper works cited page.
    • Instill an appreciation for avoiding plagiarizing.
  • 4. Learning Domains
    • Click on the learning domain to learn more
    Cognitive Psychomotor Affective Press to Review
  • 5. Cognitive Domain
    • This instruction will present itself in the Cognitive
    • Domain by:
    • Defining plagiarism
    • Presenting different citation formats, e.g. APA, MLA
    • Defining what a works cited or reference page is
    • Giving examples on in-text parenthetical citations
  • 6. Psychomotor Domain This instruction will present itself in the Psychomotor Domain by:
    • Students selecting examples of properly formatted
    • citations.
    • Correcting a works cited page by selecting
    • improperly formatted bibliographic entries.
  • 7. Affective Domain
    • Instilling an appreciation for not plagiarizing by
    • comparing the act to the theft of valuables.
    • Asking students to empathize with someone whose work
    • was plagiarized.
    • Presenting the possible ramifications of plagiarism.
    This instruction will present itself in the Affective Domain by:
  • 8. Review
    • The goal is to remove fear of research papers by
    • understanding plagiarism and how to avoid it.
    • Presenting different citation formats, e.g. APA, MLA
    • Students will be able to identify improper formatted citations
    • and correct them
    • Students will gain an appreciation for avoiding plagiarism by
    • understanding the value of one’s work and by viewing
    • plagiarism as theft of someone’s intellectual property
    • and the ramifications of this act.