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Plagiarism
Updated: 10/11/2019
Plagiarism
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  • Evil spirit, What is plagiarism
  • It is where you copy someones work and claim it as yours
  • What is an Example of plagiarism.
  • It is where you copy and dont give credit
  • the writer turns in someone else’s work, word-for-word, and calls it their own
  • What is one type of plagiarism
  • Some things are free to use without needing quotation marks or needing to cite your sources. This is called Fair Use and includes works that are very old (published before 1922) or works that are owned by the Government.
  • Music, videos, movies, and books are all copyrighted. You must ask permission to use them. Copyrights protect the creator of the work.
  • What things are copyrighted?
  • What happens if you are caught plagiarizing?
  • You will get a zero on the assignment and the teacher may also give you an F for the class.
  • What does Fair Use mean?
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