Academic Honesty Assignment

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Your Assignment 1. Watch the following 3-part interactive video: 2. Complete the following questions below before next class period. 3. Print off a copy of the APA Citation Style Sheet ( ) and bring it to class. PART I 1. What do good writers do? Practice academic honesty and never plagiarize. 2. Why should you be concerned about intellectual honesty (i.e. academic integrity)? There are many consequences. 3. In your own words, describe plagiarism. When you steal the ideas of another person. 4. What can be some consequences of plagiarism? A failing grade for the assignment, failing grade for the course, or kicked out of school. 5. When are you guilty of plagiarism? When you copy and paste from a website, use something that you have already written, or do not quote the original author. PART II 6. How did the student in the second part of the video decide what in her essay needed to be cited? If it was her own thought, or if they were quotes or ideas from someone else.
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