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Plagiarism

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Super 3

 

Big 6                                        Visual for the Big 6 or  Super 3

 1. Task Definition. What does your teacher want you to do? What information do you need? Write questions to help answer the task.

2. Information Seeking Strategies. List possible sources of information to help answer the task assigned.

3. Location & Access. Find sources.

4. Use of Information. Read and take notes.

5. Synthesis. Writing process! Prewriting, Drafting, Conferencing, Revising, Editing, Publishing steps.

6. Evaluation. Answer questions prior to turning in project to confirm assignment accuracy.

Here's a website to assist you with this process. Big6 Writing Process Organizer

 

 

Plagiarism

Remember that you can NEVER use other people's work and call it your own. We don't plagiarize and we always cite our work.  Below are videos and sites that help you determine what plagiarism is and how to avoid it. Remember that plagiarism at Neuse Charter School is an automatic zero on each project.

 

Here's a link to the 5 different types of plagiarism

 

 

 

3rd Grade

Plagiarism Definition for kids

Plagiarism Infographic

Plagiarism interactive lesson by Vaughan "You Quote it, You Note it!"

Teaching Website 1      

Teaching Website 2     

 

 

4th Grade

Plagiarism Definition for kids - "Plagiarism is when you use someone else's words or ideas and pass them off as your own." Kids Health

Plagiarism Infographic

Plagiarism PowerPoint     

Plagiarism YouTube video

 

 

5th Grade

Plagiarism Definition for kids - "Plagiarism is when you use someone else's words or ideas and pass them off as your own." Kids Health

Plagiarism Xtranormal video

Plagiarism Infographic

Plagiarism PowerPoint 

Article example 1                

 

 

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