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18th Grade WRITING 1 Digital Footprint and Electronic Bibliography
28th Grade WRITING 1 Digital Footprint / Electronic Bibliography There will be 4 Steps: 1. Look yourself up on Pipl and takes notes on what you find Read the web resources to find the answers to 7 questions Set up a Google Docs account and write your essay (2 paragraphs minimum) 4. Make a bibliography at NoodleBib.com and save it in Word.
3Decide to Produce A Beautiful Work Product with POLISH PANACHE PIZZAZ
5What is Plagiarism?“Plagiarism is using another person’s words or ideas without giving credit to the other person.When you use someone else’s words, you must put quotation marks around them and give the writer or speaker credit by revealing the source in a citation.Even if you paraphrase the words of someone else or just use their ideas, you still must give credit to the author.Not giving due credit to the creator of an idea or writing is much like lying.” (www.virtualsalt.com/antiplag.htm)
6What Teachers Look For Far too advanced vocabulary Quotes without citationsBibliography citations- looking for sources that might be unavailable to the student.Portions of the assignment that look “added in” (http://alexia.lis.uiuc.edu/~janicke/plagiary.htm)
7So What do you Do?Don’t copy from sources. Forget cut and paste. Actually take the time to write notes in your own words.Don’t just change a few words. Say it in your own words like you would to a real person. Put the rest in quotes.Remember: statistics need a sourceIf you do cut and paste, put quotes (“ “) around the entire passage.Have a take on the topic. Just don’t start getting notes.
8Writing Assignment 8th ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS A Writing Assignment th ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS A. What Is A Digital Footprint? B. What Does It Have To Do With Your Online Reputation? C. How Long Does Your Footprint Last? D. Who Can See or Find Your Digital Footprint? E. Why Would You Care About Your Digital Footprint? F. What Did You Find Out About Your Own Digital Footprint? G. Where Did You Find Your Information? DO A SEARCH OF YOUR REAL NAMES, ADDRESS, AND ANY OTHER OF YOUR USER NAMES ON TO SEE WHAT YOU FIND ABOUT YOURSELF ON THE INTERNET. Make notes by copying what you find & pasting in Word or PowerPoint.
92. Where to find the answers to the questions: YOU SHOULD USE THE INTERNET TO RESEARCH FURTHER BUT YOU MAY NOT SURF OR PLAGIARIZE. Take notes in Word or PowerPoint.I have placed screen-shots of the web sites you must visit in this slideshow since some of them were blocked or would not open.FYI: TAGGING ADDS TO YOUR DIGITAL FOOTPRINT EVEN IF YOU DIDN’T DO THE TAGGING!
13http://www. carmelunified. org/17452081216735793/Blog/browse. asp
14http://www. carmelunified. org/17452081216735793/Blog/browse. asp Michael Phelps was suspended from competition for three months by USA Swimming in the wake of the photo that showed the Olympic record-setting champion inhaling from a marijuana pipe.Read more at:
16Unfortunately digital footprints last a lot longer than your teen years and in America there has been a spate of stories about potential employers and colleges rejecting applicants based on how they appear online.Think about how you want to be seen by others, and remember that adults use the internet as well as your peers. While you might want your friends to see photos of you drinking or being ‘wild’, many of you don’t want their teachers, your friends, your parents, or other relatives to see you that way.You can control the information that you post, but there isn’t much you can do about what other people post about you. Most websites have a ‘report’ option to request inappropriate content is taken down but this is usually for offensive material rather than just because you don’t want a photo of yourself acting like a teenager posted online.FYI: TAGGING ADDS TO YOUR DIGITAL FOOTPRINT EVEN IF YOU DIDN’T TAG YOURSELF!As a first step ask the person who posted the tag, photo, or other info to remove it from their profile (get your parents to help if necessary). Most of the time this works and if it doesn’t you can take it up with the site owner.If you’re really worried about your digital footprint there are reputation management companies who will ‘clean up’ your online reputation for you.
19THEN EITHER SIGN IN WITH YOUR GOOGLE ACCOUNT OR REGISTER TO GET ONE. 3.We Will Use GoogleDocsTo Do the Actual WritingWatch this Movie.THEN EITHER SIGN IN WITH YOUR GOOGLE ACCOUNT OR REGISTER TO GET ONE.
20If that link won’t open, try this link and take the tour: 3. ContinuedGOOGLE DOCS IN PLAIN ENGLISH – if you’ve never seen it.Click on the picture while playing this slideshow to watch the movie.If that link won’t open, try this link and take the tour:
213. Continued Click on the picture to watch the movie if you don’t already have an account.Creating a Google Docs AccountIf that link won’t open, try this one:
23Write Now - Answer All 7 Questions In 2 Or More Paragraphs. 3. CONTINUED.Now Either Sign In With Your Google AccountOrRegister To Get One.Pick Up The Activation Tonight.(You Can Use Word Until Your Account Is Activated)Write Now - Answer All 7 Questions In 2 Or More Paragraphs.
24Use normal paragraph / essay style if you’re not sure how to write your response: Level I Topic/Introduction Sentence Level II Subtopic, Reason, Detail, Example, etc. Level II Subtopic, Reason, Detail, Example, etc. Level II Subtopic, Reason, Detail, Example, etc. Level l Summary/Transition/Closing Sentence
334. Make an account and an electronic bibliography at NoodleTools.com
344. Continued Make an account at www.Noodlebib.com B. Create your first list called Digital Footprint. C. Make a citation for each site you used for researching the topic. D. When you finish, export your list to Word.
35Your Work Product is Expected to Have Polish – develop highly, finish, refine, perfect, make flawless, give impeccable attention to qualityPizzaz - Flair, distinction, style, elegance, elan, enthusiasmPanache – flamboyance, confidence, attractiveness, daring, style