Referencing and plagiarism introduction

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How to avoid plagiarism by using the right referencingway to take notes and then creating a bibliography

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  • Over the years of your secondary education you will be research many topics. What is the purpose of this research? It is part of your education to understand events and people. You will present your findings in a variety of ways – an essay, prezzi, glogster, web page, wiki,wall wisher. The web tools you can use are many. Please visit the library moodle page Web 2.0 Presentation ideas.You will show, in your own words, what you now know about the topic. The words you chose, and the style will be all your own. It will be different to the student who sits next to you. The words they chose and how much they understand the topic will be different to you.
  • Referencing and plagiarism introduction

    1. 1. From year 7 – 12 you will research many topics
    2. 2. What is your understanding of the information you have found? Three Steps of research 1. Guide words - what information do you need? for study of famous scientists e.g born, biology2. Key words – actual information found, Charles Darwin. 1809-18823. Make up sentences that reflect what you have learned and in your own style.Here are three examples1. Charles Darwin was born in 1807. He lived to be 73 and died in 1882.2. Charles Darwin lived to be 73. He was born in 1807 and died in 1882.3.1882 was the year the world lost Charles Darwin. He died when he was73. He was born in 1807
    3. 3. Highlight the guide words to which you have found all the information that is required. Then you will satisfy all the
    4. 4. Using the note taking documentWatch and see how to use it! H:2013annetest_jng.swf
    5. 5. Adding a reference 1. Select the reference and style2. Type in the information that is requested
    6. 6. You need to reference all yourresources – web page;images, books
    7. 7. Find out about Plagiarism in a fun way http://www.lycoming.edu/library/instruction/tutorials/plagiarismGame.aspx
    8. 8. Plagiarism – why students do it and why it is wrong
    9. 9. Web Tools used• Wordle at http://www.wordle.net/• Jing http://www.techsmith.com/jing.html?gclid=CKLGwqXh0rUCFaE8pgodgDAAPg• Cool text http://cooltext.com/• Snip tool

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