Reflection: Students with Disabilities Kidnapping the Brainchild: Plagiarism: What is It? How Can Students Avoid It? - Section 1: Lesson Time Frame and Context

 

Sadly, many students lack the necessary reading skills to succeed in college. One way to provide accommodations for the plagiarism tutorial and to reinforce the ideas in it is to show a professionally produced video such as the one that follows. It's from Grammar Bytes, a fun, self-paced grammar instruction website: 

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Kidnapping the Brainchild: Plagiarism: What is It? How Can Students Avoid It?

Unit 11: Making Discoveries: Research-Based Writing
Lesson 2 of 11

Objective: SWBAT understand types of plagiarism, when a passage has been plagiarized, and how to avoid plagiarism by completing a plagiarism tutorial on the internet.

Big Idea: Plagiarism often occurs through ignorance and misinformation.

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