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  • Plagiarism / Fair use / Copyright:Teacher demonstration (Intermediate)A curriculum for critical thinking and web research This plan is part of a Skill level: Intermediate critical thinking and web School level: Middle school (11–13 years old) research curriculum High school (14–18 years old) developed by the InternationalPlagiarism Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) and Microsoft. 1. Teachers give students a topic to research. education/criticalthinkin ♦ According to, using the Encarta® World Dictionary, the definition of plagiarism is: ◊ Stealing somebodys work or idea: the process of copying another persons idea or written work and claiming it as original ◊ something plagiarized: a piece of written work or an idea that somebody has copied and claimed as his or her own 2. Teachers should remind students of the proper ways to paraphrase and document sources, using the “Plagiarism - Lesson plan –Intermediate” lesson plan. 3. Students work independently, in pairs, or in small groups to research the topic. 4. Ask the students to prepare five paraphrased notes and three quotes from the sources. They should cite at least five sources. ♦ See the “Citing web sources” lesson plans for examples of how to use Microsoft Office Word 2007 to document sources used in research. 5. Discuss and share as a class the researched information. 6. Teachers should point out the positive examples of paraphrasing text, quotes from text, and citing resources. ♦ For example, individuals, pairs, or groups could place the original source in an Office Word document or on a Microsoft Office PowerPoint® slide next to the paraphrased section. Then, using an LCD projector to display them to the class, have the students review and compare the two sections as a group. Visit us on the web at Microsoft, Bing, Encarta, and PowerPoint are trademarks of the Microsoft group of companies. The names of actual companies and products mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners. © 2010 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.