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2 Understanding the Behaviour

3 Pre-test Your Knowledge Pre-test Your Knowledge “Pre-test Your Knowledge of Plagiarism.” University Libraries. The University of Southern Mississippi. N.d. Web. 04 September 2014.

4 No one can cheat you out of ultimate success but yourself. Ralph Waldo Emerson ( ) ACADEMIC DISHONESTY

5 According to the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary, to “plagiarize” means: To steal and pass off [the ideas or words of another] as one’s own To use [another’s production] without crediting the source To commit literary theft To present as new and original an idea or product derived from an existing source

6 Did you know that… ► ► Intentional Plagiarism occurs when writers or researchers know full well they are passing off someone else's words or ideas as their own. Purchasing pre-written research papers through the mail or via the Internet is probably the most blatant form of intentional plagiarism (and the easiest to detect). ► Unintentional Plagiarism occurs when writers and researchers use the words or ideas of others but fail to quote or give credit, perhaps because they don't know how. When in doubt, students must check with a teacher or librarian. “Intentional and unintentional plagiarism.” Baylor School. n.d. Web. 26 July 2014

7 Which of the following are NOT considered to be examples of academic dishonesty? 1. Downloading a text and handing it in 2. Getting a friend’s old assignment and handing it in 3. Handing in an assignment that you already did for another class 4. Giving somebody an assignment to copy 5. Copying from one of your peers on a test, quiz or exam 6. Getting your parents, family or friends to write some of your work for you 7. Copying a friend’s homework 8. Working on an assignment with others when it was assigned as individual work 9. Copying one sentence from an internet site without citation 10. Using another person’s ideas as your own 11. Changing the words around to make it yours, but not citing the source of the information

8 Academic Dishonesty includes: 1. Downloading a text and handing it in 2. Getting a friend’s old assignment and handing it in 3. Handing in an assignment that you already did for another class 4. Giving somebody an assignment to copy 5. Copying from one of your peers on a test, quiz or exam 6. Getting your parents, family or friends to write some of your work for you

9 7. Copying a friend’s homework 8. Working on an assignment with others when it was assigned as individual work 9. Copying one sentence from an internet site with out citation 10. Using another person’s ideas as your own 11. Changing the words around to make it yours, but not citing the source of the information Academic Dishonesty includes:

10 Who Cares?

11 You Are Here to LEARN  Course curriculum.… “If you use other people’s work you aren’t learning the material.”  Good work habits… “Don’t leave things to the last minute and you won’t need to panic and plagiarize.”  How to properly cite work… "Give CREDIT where CREDIT is DUE!" "Give CREDIT where CREDIT is DUE!"

12 You Are Here to LEARN  Honest and integrity…“Feel proud about your accomplishments rather than guilty about your dishonesty”  Fairness: “How is your cheating fair to your peers who are also trying to succeed?”  It makes our job harder … “I hate having to look for copied work instead of marking.  Legality… "In the workplace, people could get fired or sued for plagiarism""In the workplace, people could get fired or sued for plagiarism"

13 Why Students Are Tempted To Do It:  Stress and competition to do well in school (parents, getting into university/college) “ I am stressed out.”  It is worth the risk: “The odds are with me… I may get away with it.”  The teacher won’t notice and/or care  Some students feel their writing skills are inadequate  “Everyone else is doing it.”  “I didn’t know it was cheating/plagiarizing.”

14 Why Students Are Tempted To Do It:  Lack of perceived punishment. “Even if I get caught nothing will happen.”  Some students think that copying or buying material from the Web is a form of “research”  Poor time management skills. “I have too many things due.” “I’m working too many shifts.”  “I didn’t understand the material.”  “I just wanted to help my friend”

15 Why Students Come To Their Senses:  Right vs. wrong  “It is wrong.”  It isn’t worth the risk: “If I get caught, I’ll be in a lot of trouble!”  Fear of disappointing parents, teachers, friends…themselves  Integrity … honesty  Fear of punishment  Pride in work

16 Preventing Academic Dishonesty

17 Give credit where credit is due! ► Acknowledge your sources of ideas and information when you write a research paper, create a poster, post a web site or do a presentation Source: Ontario School Library Association Grade 12 Supports

18 ► Don’t look for ‘short cuts’ ► Give yourself time to plan your work ► Be confident in the value of your own ideas ► Use your own voice in your writing ► Develop strong research and literacy skills ► Ask for assistance from your teacher Source: Ontario School Library Association Grade 12 Supports Use information in a legal and ethical way

19 Use school as an opportunity to fine-tune your research and writing skills: ► Asking key questions ► Note-taking ► Organizing ► Paraphrasing ► Revising and editing ► Citing sources Source: Ontario School Library Association Grade 12 Supports

20 Resources to Support Preventing Academic Dishonesty ► Teachers and teacher-librarians ► School research and essay writing guides Student Research Guides Student Research Guides Your school’s research guides in the library Your school’s research guides in the library ► Books Large variety of books on writing essays, reports, etc. Large variety of books on writing essays, reports, etc. ► Class Website and Student Agendas ► The Internet  OWL at Purdue University: Avoiding Plagiarism owl.english.purdue.edu/workshops/hypertext/REsearchW/plag.html Source: Ontario School Library Association Grade 12 Supports

21 Be Careful with Peer Editing There is a difference between editing and revision If you get others to look over your work, they should only point out areas for improvement – if they revise your work for you, then it isn’t your own work

22 Responding to Academic Dishonesty

23 Chances are…you’ll get caught!  Teachers know you and your writing style  Teachers have great memories  Teachers are content experts and read widely  Teachers, teacher-librarians and administrators work as a team to trace questionable information  High-tech programs are available to detect plagiarism see Source: Ontario School Library Association Grade 12 Supports

24 What are the consequences? If I cheat could I still get a zero?  You could. Teachers need to collect evidence of your learning in order to determine your overall mark. If you cheat, then you are not demonstrating your learning.  Your teacher should conference with you to determine the best way for you to demonstrate your learning so that an applicable grade can be determined  However, at the end of the semester, if you have not demonstrated the required learning, then a zero may be assigned.

25 What are the consequences? How will I make up the test, paper, assignment, project?  This is up to your teacher but he/she may have you…  Complete a different assignment, rewrite a different test, complete a paper instead of a test that you have cheated on  Remove you from a group and have you complete an individual assignment,  Spend time over lunch completing extra work and/or the project your have plagiarized

26 Your name may be entered in a book that records all instances of academic dishonesty You may have difficulty getting your teacher to recommend you and/or write you a letter of reference for a school, award, scholarship or job You may be asked to visit the principal to discuss the matter further You may be required to make up the work through a detention or ‘make up’ classes over lunch Your parents/guardians may be involved

27 Last Resort

28 Remember… ► It is better to ask for an extension for an assignment than to take the “easy way” out ► Teachers are here to help you to learn ► You are here to learn so you can be successful after high school ► If you don’t understand the assignment, the instructions or the expectations, ask for help!


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