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Homework 1, English 102

Homework 1, English 102 - 8 How can you determine the...

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Homework #1, page 1 Homework #1 Name: ___________________________________ Class Time: _________ Purpose of today’s homework: To learn the principles of academic integrity and how to avoid violating them; to recognize plagiarism. Use your handbook if needed. 1. List the two principles of academic integrity according to your syllabus. a. b. 2. What are three examples of academic misconduct? a. b. c. 3. Define plagiarism in your own words. 4. Write a paragraph of 3-5 sentences explaining one reason why plagiarism is wrong. Be creative in your reasoning! 5. List 5 reasons why you should use sources for a paper. a. b. c. d. e. 6. List 10 criteria you should use when evaluating a source.. a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h.
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Homework #1, page 2 i. j. 7. What is an annotation?
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Unformatted text preview: 8. How can you determine the credibility of the organization that sponsors a website? 9. What is the difference between a quotation, a paraphrase, and a summary? 10. Why use an ellipsis when quoting? 11. Why use brackets when quoting? 12. What are three kinds of materials that do not need to be cited? a. b. c. 13. What are three strategies you will use to avoid plagiarism this semester? a. b. c. 14. What is the difference between the word quote and quotation ? (Hint: Use a dictionary.) 15. If your English 102 instructor discovers that you have failed to uphold the principles of academic integrity, what are some of the options she can pursue?...
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