b In your own words explain Sean Fines definition of plagiarism see pages 56

B in your own words explain sean fines definition of

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b) In your own words, explain Sean Fine’s definition of plagiarism (see pages 56 and 57). /2 marks Sean’s definition of plagiarism is handing in someone’s work, not paraphrasing or summarizing completely in your own words, copy pasting someone’s work and not citing it, and not putting quotation mark around quotes. c) What reasons does Fine give to explain why/how plagiarism happens? /3 marks The reasons given are: People are not sure or know much about the topic, so they look up online and paste it. To have the best quality of idea As they are lazy and want to get things done fast. When people forget to cite/ forget that they plagiarized. d) What are the similarities and differences between paraphrasing and direct quotations? /3 marks Similarities Differences We are writing about someone else’s idea. We acknowledge that we were using someone else’s quote. Direct quotation – you are giving credit to the person who ever said the quote. Paraphrasing- expressing someone else’s idea/ words in your own words.
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e) When does it make sense to use one rather than the other? Refer to Sean Fine’s examples as well as the examples on pages 57 to 60. /2 marks It makes sense to use Direct quotations when it is more credible. It is good to quote less words, and paraphrase long sentence and, when you are not too sure who said it. You can also paraphrase, when the information was paraphrased beforehand. f) Paraphrase one of the following sources: /3 marks From the iLit rant "Lunch Is on Me" by Nathan Swinn Canadian farmers are in debt, and their income has been stagnant for decades. The price of everything they need, from tractors to fuel, electricity to seed, always increases. But farmers have little cost control beyond scraping their operations for the least expensive ways of doing everything. From the iLit essay "Best Face Forward: The Global Rise of Plastic Surgery" by Katie Addleman Media saturation being what it is, we've never been exposed to more—or more unrealistic—images of a standard beauty ideal. Television, online and print magazines, blogs, and even ads in restaurant bathrooms make it very clear what we should be aiming for physically. And ever-improving programs, such as Photoshop, gloss those images to a level of perfection unattainable in real life. From the iLit interview with Jacob Pratt, "The Worst Thing You Can Do Is Stop Walking" I grew up just like any other kid on the Rez. There's not a lot of opportunity there for you to be successful. First Nations kids can't see their own potential. Most live in poverty. I grew up very poor. I grew up at a time when we literally hunted for our food because we couldn't go buy food. Your paraphrase of one of the above sources:
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Earlier in an Interview with Jacob Pratt he said that, he was brought in Rez, just like any other kid. First Nation children don’t know their potential and there were very few opportunities to be successful. As most people lived in poverty, he grew up in a very poor condition, and had to hunt for his food, as they couldn’t even buy their own food. CR A 30.1, CR A 30.4, CC A 30.1, CC A 30.4
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