Presentation on theme: "By Andrew, Bryce, Graham, and Garrett. We surveyed 37 boys and girls from Sheldon High School and got these results."— Presentation transcript:
By Andrew, Bryce, Graham, and Garrett
We surveyed 37 boys and girls from Sheldon High School and got these results
Our results show girls cheating more often in all classes than boys.
There are many different forms of cheating. Cheating that occurs in our school, and it is a big deal. At school, there are many ways that you can cheat. All in all, cheating is morally wrong. and it can completely destroy your reputation if you are ever caught.
Statistics show that cheating among high school students has risen dramatically throughout the last 50 years. Research about cheating among middle school children (Ages 12-14) has shown that there is increased motivation to cheat. Thirty years ago, males admitted to significantly more academic dishonesty than females.
When cheating is repeatedly successfully it can become a habit. Cheating or shortcutting on work in a business- like atmosphere can lead to serious professional problems. These events may appear exaggerated, but the ethic at work in these scenarios is the same as that in cheating.
If the rate in which students are cheating in school continues to get higher, then our society will turn into a bunch of lazy people who don’t know how to do their own work.