Plagiarism

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  • What is Plagiarism?
  • Plagiarism? It's where you steal another person's work, whether it's from the internet or from a book. And it is NOT okay.
  • I'm still unsure as to what is wrong with plagiarism...
  • How to Prevent Plagiarism
  • The best thing to do is to put stuff directly copied from your source(s) in quotation marks and then cite your source(s) .
  • My teacher told me that I was going to get a bad grade for plagiarizing something on my essay. Any ideas on how to prevent this?
  • Plagiarism is Never Good
  • Sorry, but I'm not interested in watching stolen content. While it can seem exciting, it can't be anything better than the original movie; if anything it's worse, considering  it's stolen.
  • Oh my goodness! My friend copied the new movie off, and I can't wait to see it! You'll be there to see it, too, right?
  • Consequences of Plagiarism
  • I'm afraid that's not correct. Your grades can definitely go down and you could get in some serious trouble, ESPECIALLY  if you commit copyright infringement, in which you can get sued.
  • Plagiarism isn't that bad. There aren't any consequences!
  • Cite Sources
  • I'll be sure to do that! I can't afford another bad grade on an essay!
  • Don't forget to cite your sources in any essay of project you make!
  • You Can Cite Books, too!
  • But I copied from a book, not online!
  • That's still not a valid excuse for plagiarism; it's still stealing. But, it is possible to give credit by stating the title of the book and the author's name
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