Presentation on theme: "Cheating and Plagiarism"— Presentation transcript:
1 Cheating and Plagiarism Please read or paraphrase the notes in bold font throughout the presentation.Side notes or explanations will be in plain font, like this.This presentation will be shown to all ORHS English classes and shared will all ORHS teachers in order to make certain that all students (and teachers) are aware of what cheating is and what plagiarism is and what the penalties are for these actions.Oak Ridge High SchoolDefinitions and Policy
2 Cheating and Plagiarism You might want to tell students that the creator of this presentation gives credit for work she uses from her Internet sources, including the cartoons and information. [CartoonStock.com allows teachers to use low-resolution cartoons in the classroom.]Any time you get facts or ideas from your research, you need to say where you got them.
3 It is cheating to: Copy homework Give homework to copy Copy from another’s test/quizAllow someone to copy from your test/quizConsider having students read the bulleted information aloud. See if they have any input on the information.
4 It is cheating to: Text/photo a test or quiz to anyone Receive such informationSteal a testStudy from a stolen testStudent input
5 It is cheating to: Tell someone in a later class what’s on a test/quiz Use or possess cheat sheets/crib notes“Check an answer” on someone else’s paperTake home work that was for in-class onlyStudent input/thumbs/School/Boy_Cheating_On_Test.png
6 Punishment for Cheating Read the dialog to them.
7 PlagiarismWhen you write a paper, you must give credit to the person from whom you got your information.“Plagiarism--failing to acknowledge our debts to others--is using others' ideas and words without clearly acknowledging the source of that information.”Information from:
8 It is plagiarism to: Copy someone else’s paper or project Copy a paper off the Internet (or any other source)Copy any part of a paper that you did not write (without citing your source)Paraphrase any part of a paper or part of a paper that you did not write (without citing your source)Teacher reads this.
9 It is plagiarism to:Pay someone to write a paper for you, whether a friend or the InternetPut your name on someone else’s work (for free or for money)Turn the same project/paper into more than one teacherWork together and turn in the exact same project/paper (unless instructed to work in pairs/groups)Teacher reads this.
10 If you didn’t write it, it’s plagiarism! If you copy or paraphrase something and put your name on it as if you had written it yourself, it’s plagiarism.
12 Montgomery College Disciplinary action may include: assigning a grade of zero or "F" for an exam or assignmentassigning a grade of "F" for the coursebeing withdrawn from the course, program or expelled from schoolAll colleges and universities have policies on plagiarism and cheating, from your local colleges to your Ivy League colleges.
13 Duke University“Plagiarism is a serious offense that can result in failure of the course and suspension from the University.”citing/plagiarism.html
14 Penalties from UT Disciplinary probation. Withholding of grades, official transcript, and/or degree.Suspension participation in athletic or extracurricular activities.Failing grade for an examination or assignment or for a courseDenial of degree.Suspension from the institution for a specified period of time.Expulsion (permanent separation from the institution).Revocation of degree and withdrawal of diploma.Have a students take turns reading these.
15 http://www.cartoonstock.com/ lowres/aba0039l.jpg Read the caption to them.lowres/aba0039l.jpg
16 ORHS Punishment for Cheating or Plagiarism A zero on the workA discipline referral to your principalPunishment ranging from detentions to ISS (and beyond)Saturday detention for daily/quiz gradeISS for major gradeRead these to them, slowly so they’ll sink in.
18 Punishments for Cheating or Plagiarism (Have students come up with an appropriate caption for this cartoon.)Here’s my entry: “And after this, Mrs. Baldwin is going to let you translate the test into twenty-five different languages.”Maybe come up with one of your own, specific to your class.(You probably want to stop at this slide. Following is a lesson on plagiarism, but I think it should be done separately, and I think it’s a bit dry. Feel free to do your own lessons on plagiarism samples and Works Cited instructions.)After the presentation, pass around the sheet for them to sign that says they watched the presentation.Check to make sure that they all signed it.(I’m going to print out my class rosters from the TAC and have them sign by their names.)