Q20. Answer: We will get only one chance to submit our assignment and students usually submit their rough drafts or some wrong assignment by mistake. Q21.
7 Questionnaire Answer: We must see the professor at least a week before the assignment is due for submission in order to get an extension with valid reason such as health-related issue with doctor’s proof. Q22. Answer: We must follow the APA format from start to finish. Q23. Answer: References you like: Books and peer reviewed journals from library databases References you don’t like: Online news articles Google searches for references Don’t cite the PowerPoint slides Q24. Answer: Around 50% of our grades come from writing (grammar and flow), so we need to give equal importance to the writing and content. Q25. Answer: You like references from books and peer reviewed journals from library databases. Q26. Answer: Everyone should attend writing classes provided by UCW. Grammarly cannot fix writing flow but student can learn it from writing classes.
8 Questionnaire Q27. Answer: Plagiarism is a vast term but can be understand by some of the following concepts: Submission of someone else’s work by referring that as their own. Not giving proper credit to an author or creator whose work is used in an assignment. Q28. Answer: The most common form of plagiarism in UCW is that students get past assignments from the old students who have been into the same class and copy their ideas while doing their own assignment. Q29. Answer: Looking at previous assignment is still a cheating even if you don’t copy their ideas. As every new assignment should have fresh and genuine ideas. Q30. Answer: Some students get caught searching on the google for answers and got zero. Q31. Answer: Explicit Consequences: 1 st offense Automatic zero in the assignment It will reflect in the permanent record 2 nd offense
9 Questionnaire Fail from the course 3 rd offense Suspended from the school Q32. Answer: Implicit Consequences: Will be labelled as a cheater Will carry the same reputation for the rest of our stay in the school. Q33. Answer: We will receive grades in the rank-order. Around 10 people will receive 73-75% grades and 1-2 people will receive grades over 80%. Q34. Answer: Our assignments will be compared with other assignments in the class which will create a competition among students that even our hard work cannot guarantee that we will get a desired grade. Universities like UBC and SFU use the exact same grading method for qualitative courses. Q35. Answer: The most common mistake that students commit is that they compare their efforts with themselves rather than comparing them with other students’ efforts. A student must present their assignment as a better one when compare to the other students’ assignment.
- Summer '17
- Prof Farshad Salman