JAC105 Lesson on Plagiarism - Learning Activity A (1).docx

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JAC105 – Grammar and AP Style – Fall 2018 Lesson on Plagiarism Week of September 10 Name: Asha Copeland JAC105, Sect. 01 Objectives: The student will define and identify plagiarism, discuss examples of plagiarism, the consequences and tips to avoid plagiarism. The student will view videos and other resources to complete the learning activity. 1. In your own words, define and explain Plagiarism. Plagiarism is using someone else’s work or words without giving them credit. Plagiarism is a huge crime that people commit more than people usually think 2. In your research, find five examples and cases of Plagiarism. Explain the situations and identify the consequences associated with the cases. 1) Melania Trump’s speech from the Republican National convention in 2016. She plagiarized First Lady Michelle Obama’s speech from the Democratic National Convention in 2008. No consequences. 2) A CNN correspondent and editor of Time Magazine Freed Zakaria was accused of plagiarizing some of his column. He was
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