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  • Complete Plagiarism
  • I can't believe you thought that the teacher would actually believe that you wrote a story named Green Eggs & Ham. Just because it is a children's book doesn't mean he isn't going to know. That is complete plagiarism.
  • I don't know. He doesn't have children so I didn't think he'd be able to tell. Can I get in trouble?
  • YES!
  • Book (One Author)
  • If I want to write a book, what has to be included?
  • You need your name, the title, publication city, publisher, year published, and the medium.
  • Jill, you could get in a lot of trouble for just copying and pasting. That's plagiarism. If you're going to do that, just change up the words a little bit and put the sources down, so people know where you found everything.
  • Direct Plagiarism
  • Hey, what are you doing for the English essay due tomorrow?
  • I haven't even started it yet. I'm probably just going to copy and paste stuff from different websites.
  • Ok. Thanks for telling me! I had no idea, and I would've hated to get in trouble for something that I didn't even know was wrong.
  • Self Plagiarism
  • For this essay in English, since I did so good on the last essay, I'm going to use that.
  • You can't Jill. Self plagiarism.
  • Book (Multiple Authors)
  • If we were to write a book, what has to be included?
  • Our first names and the book title.
  • Video or Film
  • The title, the director, the company associated with the film, the year and DVD.
  • I wonder how hard it is to make a movie. What has to be included?
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