HSC: All My Own Work From 2008 HSC any student enrolled in one or more courses must satisfactorily complete this course.
What is HSC: All My Own Work? Program developed to improve the capacity of HSC students to follow principles and practices of good scholarship. This includes understanding, valuing and using ethical practices when locating and using information as part of their HSC program
HSC: All My Own Work 1. Scholarship principles and practices 2. Acknowledging sources 3. Plagiarism 4. Copyright 5. Working with others
HSC: All My Own Work Being honest and ethical Listing all your sources Using your own words
HSC: All My Own Work Key attributes of good scholarship Being an effective researcher Applying effective study habits
HSC: All My Own Work Effective researcher Need research for every part of your life. Develop effective habits early
HSC: All My Own Work Information Process: Define Locate Select Organise Present Evaluate
HSC: All My Own Work Scenario Tom is given a research task for Geography. The task is to research current views about saving water, including recycling sewerage. Using the Information Process, think about the steps Tom should take in getting started on his research. Where would you start if you had this task?
HSC: All My Own Work What does the question ask me to do? What are the key terms? What do I think about this? What information is out there? Which information is best? How can I put this in my own words? Have I answered the question? Have I acknowledged my sources?
HSC: All My Own Work The task: Research current views about saving water, including recycling sewerage. Using the Information Process, think about the steps Tom should take in getting started on his research. Where would you start if you had this task? How would you continue? Information Process: Define Locate Select Organise Present Evaluate
HSC: All My Own Work Applying effective study habits Keep a diary and note when your work is to be handed in. Note the dates and times when you will gather information for tasks and when you might produce a draft. Be well organised – keep notes in folders in order. Make sure you understand what is required for each task. If you are not sure, ask! Visit the HSC Online website and read their tips.
HSC: All My Own Work Scenario You have three weeks to complete a History essay on the 1967 Referendum and its significance. Where would you start? What information sources would be useful and how would you access them? Draft a timeline that shows, across the three weeks, when you will complete each stage of the essay.
HSC: All My Own Work Put the dates in your diary – all of them! 3 weeks before, start general reading – take notes – file them. 2 weeks before, start putting notes together in sequence – work out what is important. 1 week before – write draft. Have it ready at least 1 day early!
HSC: All My Own Work What are the rights and responsibilities of students in ensuring the intellectual integrity of their work?
HSC: All My Own Work As a student you have a right to expect: Clear information about what is required in your assessment tasks & assessments Guidance about how to improve your work Respect from your peers and teachers
HSC: All My Own Work As a student you have a responsibility to: Respect the rights and integrity of your teachers and peers Understand what is required of you Fulfil the school’s requirements for your study Be fair and honest in all aspects of your work Make sure your work is your own.
HSC: All My Own Work What can students expect in terms of guidance for the HSC and assessment?
HSC: All My Own Work Booklet that explains the rules and procedures for the HSC with advice about honest study and avoiding plagiarism “Rules and Procedures for the HSC” (Board of Studies NSW, 2006) Webpage advising about assessments, submitted works, honest study and avoiding plagiarism “HSC Assessments and Submitted works – Advice to Students” De La Salle College Assessment Policy De La Salle College will give you information about each task and when it is due – this information is in your Assessment Schedule booklet and on task notifications Teacher-librarians & teachers will assist in accessing and using information as well as correctly acknowledging sources
HSC: All My Own Work Important documents for all students HSC Confirmation of Entry Student Declaration
HSC: All My Own Work Cheating or malpractice is about doing the wrong thing by behaving dishonestly.
HSC: All My Own Work Copying in an exam from another student. Using information secretly brought in. Handing in work that someone else did and saying it is your own. Making up journal entries for a research project Using information from the internet or elsewhere (eg books, journals, DVDs etc) and not acknowledging the source. Cheating is not only bad for you as a person, it is unfair to other students. It may give you an unfair advantage, but it may also cost you your HSC.
HSC: All My Own Work Despite knowing it is dishonest, some students cheat because they want to get an advantage over other students.
HSC: All My Own Work Other reasons for cheating include: Lack of confidence in their own abilities Trouble planning and using their time Competing demands such as work and sport Not wanting to do the work Other students cheat because they don’t understand plagiarism and don’t know how to acknowledge sources correctly. Using someone else’s work and pretending it is yours is seriously dishonest – it is a form of theft.
HSC: All My Own Work Cheating is dishonest, unfair and unethical. How would you feel if you were called a cheat? How would your family and friends feel? How would your teachers and classmates feel?
HSC: All My Own Work What are the benefits of producing your own work?
HSC: All My Own Work Being honest is a good feeling! Being proud that your work is your own is a good feeling! This is what ethical scholarship is all about.
HSC: All My Own Work You want to do your best work, and you want it to be YOUR work. You will know that the work is your own and you deserve to be credited for work you have completed. You can avoid any accusations of plagiarism by using correct citations of your sources. Your teachers want to reward original work as they are supporting honest responsible scholarship. You learn better this way!
HSC: All My Own Work Scenario Alex finds that he has only one night to complete a Music task. He finds an essay on the Internet that he can use and copies a large section of it. He does not acknowledge the information that has been taken from the Internet. When confronted by his teacher he says he didn’t know it was wrong to copy from the Internet. Ethical or Unethical?
HSC: All My Own Work Scenario You are finishing a Business Studies assignment the night before it is due. Your computer crashes and you lose all your work. You do not have a back up copy. You phone a friend and ask them to email their assignment so you can use it. You rewrite the assignment so that it looks very different to your friend’s. You hand it in the next day as your own. There is no citation or attribution of the work to your friend. Ethical or Unethical?
HSC: All My Own Work Scenario As part of his Society and Culture Interest Project, Jack has to hand in an annotated reference list indicating how useful the references were for the project. Jake has only used four references. He feels that this might not look impressive but decides against adding a few others that he hasn’t used, just to make the list look longer. Ethical or Unethical?
HSC: All My Own Work What are the consequences of cheating in the HSC?
HSC: All My Own Work You receive zero marks for an assessment task You have an HSC course withheld You are deemed ineligible for the award of the HSC Delany may impose additional sanctions eg. withholding your reference
HSC: All My Own Work As a student, your most important responsibility is to make sure everything you do for the HSC is all your own work.
HSC: All My Own Work http://amow.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/
HSC: All My Own Work All My Own Work Module – Scholarship Principles and Practices
HSC: All My Own Work http://amow.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/
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