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Unformatted text preview: attend any other schools. Furthermore, I would give the student a chance to rewrite the paper without the availability of credit but for a second chance to prove themselves. I would also explain to the student the plagiarism is dishonest that trying to pass another’s work off as yours is completely wrong and unethical that they are stealing. However, I would also inform the student that plagiarizing is not the only type of academic dishonesty that lying, fabrication, bribery, and sabotage are other form and none of those will be tolerated and can result in failure of the class or even worse expulsion. I would explain to the student that if it occurs again there will be no further chances and that I will report them and they will be kicked out of school immediately....
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- Spring '08
- Academic dishonesty, Kelli Lorenc, Bethany Hoftiezer, PLAGIARISM Detecting Plagiarism, Plagiarism Kelli Lorenc