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    • what it is and how to avoid it
    • What do you know? What do you want to know?
    • Plagiarism doesn’t just happen while writing a paper… Student Plagiarism. Digital image. GamezBlog. Web. 6 Apr. 2011. <http://gamezblog.com/developer-of-lugaru-hd-victim-of-plagiarism/>.
    • What is it exactly? • According to the Oxford English Dictionary, Plagiarism is, “The action or practice of taking someone elses work, idea, etc., and passing it off as ones own; literary theft.” In other words… it’s CHEATING!"Plagiarism." Def. 1. Oxford English Dictionary. Oxford University Press, Mar. 2011. Web. 5 Apr.2011. <http://www.oed.com/view/Entry/144939?redirectedFrom=plagiarism>.
    • 3 Major Kinds of PlagiarismVerbatimCopying something word-for-word. It looks exactly the sameas the original writing. Paraphrasing Borrowing somebody else’s writing If you can recognize and changing a few words to make it your own. plagiarism in a paper, then you willUse of an Idea know how to avoid itUsing somebody else’s idea for a in the future!paper, project, or story and sayingyou came up with it yourself.Bedrosian, Wesley. "Beat the Cheat." Cartoon. Edutopia. The George Lucas Educational Foundation, 22 Mar. 2008. Web. 6 Apr.2011. <http://www.edutopia.org/student-plagiarism-teacher-strategy>.
    • Having Academic Integrity Using other people’s ideas isn’t wrong. You just need to tell your teachers where you found your information! The easiest way? Cite your work!Acknowledge Quotation Marks Give CreditSource Put sentences in Say what inspiredWrite a “quotation marks” if you and whereBibliography or you want to copy a you got your idea.Works Cited page sentence word-for-to list where you word.found yourinformation.
    • See if you can spot the type of plagiarism in the following examples. Let’s try it together first. Verbatim? Paraphrase? Or, Use of an Idea?
    • Original Text Student WorkHolden Caulfield takes the reader from The Catcher in the Rye is apost-World War II prep school to the dark yet charming story aboutseedy streets of New York City in this1951 classic story. He also takes Holden Caulfield, a prep schoolalong his dry sense of humor and a drop out, and his visit to Newspree of breaking each “rule” hecomes across… He manages to roam York City. During his trip hethe streets of New York City and avoid manages to roam the streets ofthe safe haven of his parents’ home allthe while. Not only are his encounters New York City and avoid thefull of rebellious energy, but Holden safe haven of his parents’ homeslowly unveils a charming, thoughextremely dark, vulnerability. all the while. Holden’s rebellious charm and hisText taken from: adventures through the city"The Catcher in the Rye." Rev. of The Catcher in the Rye. make for an engaging read.James Pattersons ReadKiddoRead.com. JamesPatterson. Web. 5 Apr. 2011.<http://www.readkiddoread.com/book/237>.
    • Original Text Student WorkHolden Caulfield takes the reader from The Catcher in the Rye is apost-World War II prep school to the dark yet charming story aboutseedy streets of New York City in this1951 classic story. He also takesalong his dry sense of humor and a VERBATIM a prep school Holden Caulfield, drop out, and his visit to Newspree of breaking each “rule” hecomes across… He manages to roam York City. During his trip hethe streets of New York City and avoid manages to roam the streets ofthe safe haven of his parents’ home allthe while. Not only are his encounters New York City and avoid thefull of rebellious energy, but Holden safe haven of his parents’ homeslowly unveils a charming, thoughextremely dark, vulnerability. all the while. Holden’s rebellious charm and hisText taken from: adventures through the city"The Catcher in the Rye." Rev. of The Catcher in the Rye. make for an engaging read.James Pattersons ReadKiddoRead.com. JamesPatterson. Web. 5 Apr. 2011.<http://www.readkiddoread.com/book/237>.
    • Your turn! Is it verbatim,paraphrase, or use of an idea?
    • Original Text Student WorkBe warned, this book is not for theweak of heart: Katniss expands in The Hunger Games takesdetail on the misery and hollow cheeksof living in poverty, and the violence of place in the not so distantthe Games is unnerving. But the future in a land once knownparallels between this dystopia and ourcurrent state of affairs, with the as North America. Katniss,demand for live television and the the heroine, discusses inscary effects of balancingpowers, make for the most disturbing detail of the pain andelements of the book. A truly horrific hunger of living in poverty,and thoughtful pageturner, … readerswill root on Katniss and soak in the and the violence of thedetails of the Games and this new Hunger Games is disturbing.world, Parem. This is a great read, and really engaging for readersText taken from: of all ages.CH. “The Hunger Games (Hunger Games Series).” Rev. ofThe Hunger Games. James Patterson’sReadKiddoRead.com. James Patterson. Web. 5 Apr. 2011.<http://www.readkiddoread.com/book/406>.
    • Original Text Student WorkBe warned, this book is not for theweak of heart: Katniss expands in The Hunger Games takesdetail on the misery and hollow cheeksof living in poverty, and the violence of place in the not so distantthe Games is unnerving. But the future in a land once knownparallels between this dystopia and our PARAPHRASE America. Katniss, as Northcurrent state of affairs, with the the heroine, discusses indemand for live television and thescary effects of balancingpowers, make for the most disturbing detail of the pain andelements of the book. A truly horrific hunger of living in poverty,and thoughtful pageturner, … readerswill root on Katniss and soak in the and the violence of thedetails of the Games and this new Hunger Games is disturbing.world, Parem. This is a great read, and really engaging for readersText taken from: of all ages.CH. “The Hunger Games (Hunger Games Series).” Rev. ofThe Hunger Games. James Patterson’sReadKiddoRead.com. James Patterson. Web. 5 Apr. 2011.<http://www.readkiddoread.com/book/406>.
    • Original Text Student WorkTired of living in suburbia or wherever Shaun Tan’s Tales From Outeryou are? Why not try an alternatereality with the bizarre Suburbia is about an alternatestories, poems, and reality written in short storiesmusings, accompanied by even moresurreal drawings, doodlings, and full- and poems, along with beautifulcolor paintings from the strange brain and interesting illustrations.of Shaun Tan…. The 15 stories appearto take place on Earth, but they’re set The 15 stories appear to takein some weird neighborhood not even place on Earth, but they’re seton the map, where a stranger clad inwet, barnacle-crusted diving gear in some weird neighborhood notplods down the street… even on the map, where a stranger clad in wet, barnacle- crusted diving gear plods downText taken from:JF. Rev. of Tales From Outer Suburbia. James Patterson’sReadKiddoRead.com. James Patterson. Web. 5 Apr. 2011. the street.<http://www.readkiddoread.com/book/373>.
    • Original Text Student WorkTired of living in suburbia or wherever Shaun Tan’s Tales From Outeryou are? Why not try an alternatereality with the bizarre stories, poems, Suburbia is about an alternateand musings, accompanied by evenmore surreal drawings, doodlings, and VERBATIM in short stories reality writtenfull-color paintings from the strange and poems, along with beautifulbrain of Shaun Tan…. The 15 stories and interesting illustrations.appear to take place on Earth, butthey’re set in some weird The 15 stories appear to takeneighborhood not even on the map, place on Earth, but they’re setwhere a stranger clad in wet, barnacle-crusted diving gear plods down the in some weird neighborhood notstreet… even on the map, where a stranger clad in wet, barnacle- crusted diving gear plods downText taken from:JF. Rev. of Tales From Outer Suburbia. James Patterson’sReadKiddoRead.com. James Patterson. Web. 5 Apr. 2011. the street.<http://www.readkiddoread.com/book/373>.
    • Original Text Student Work“I was born with water on the brain.”So begins the digressive and The Absolutely True Diary of aloquacious narrative and cartoondrawings of 14-year-old Arnold Spirit, Part-Time Indian begins withbetter known as Junior. He lays out the protagonist Juniorhis limitations straight off: too muchcerebral spinal fluid at birth has left describing the different healthhim nearsighted in one eye and issues he has that makes himfarsighted in the other; he has hugehands and feet, and a skull so different and picked on by theenormous, kids call him Orbit and kids at school. To cope with theGlobe…. How does Junior cope withhis life? He draws cartoons of name calling, he drawseveryone he knows, thinking this might cartoons, thinking that will makebe his ticket to becoming rich andfamous someday and escaping the him famous and get him off ofrez. the Reservation someday.Text taken from:Rev. of The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian.James Patterson’s ReadKiddoRead.com. JamesPatterson. Web. 5 Apr. 2011.<http://www.readkiddoread.com/book/152>.
    • Original Text Student Work“I was born with water on the brain.”So begins the digressive and The Absolutely True Diary of aloquacious narrative and cartoondrawings of 14-year-old Arnold USE OFPart-Time IDEA with AN Indian beginsSpirit, better known as Junior. He lays the protagonist Juniorout his limitations straight off: too muchcerebral spinal fluid at birth has left describing the different healthhim nearsighted in one eye and issues he has that makes himfarsighted in the other; he has hugehands and feet, and a skull so different and picked on by theenormous, kids call him Orbit and kids at school. To cope with theGlobe…. How does Junior cope withhis life? He draws cartoons of name calling, he drawseveryone he knows, thinking this might cartoons, thinking that will makebe his ticket to becoming rich andfamous someday and escaping the him famous and get him off ofrez. the Reservation someday.Text taken from:Rev. of The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian.James Patterson’s ReadKiddoRead.com. JamesPatterson. Web. 5 Apr. 2011.<http://www.readkiddoread.com/book/152>.
    • What did you learn?