Plagiarism A How Not To Guide for Students Barry Gil is participating in a FREE on line roundtable webinar Plagiarism in the Digital Age Voices from the Front Lines What s Happening in High Schools Now To learn visit plagiarism Plainly put pl

  • Title: Plagiarism: A How-Not-To Guide for Students
  • Author: Barry Gilmore
  • ISBN: 9780325026435
  • Page: 378
  • Format: Paperback
  • Barry Gil is participating in a FREE on line roundtable webinar Plagiarism in the Digital Age Voices from the Front Lines What s Happening in High Schools Now To learn visit plagiarism.Plainly put, plagiarism isn t acceptable But what s not so simple for students to understand is what exactly plagiarism is, how it happens, and how to avoid it ThatBarry Gil is participating in a FREE on line roundtable webinar Plagiarism in the Digital Age Voices from the Front Lines What s Happening in High Schools Now To learn visit plagiarism.Plainly put, plagiarism isn t acceptable But what s not so simple for students to understand is what exactly plagiarism is, how it happens, and how to avoid it That s why Barry Gil s Plagiarism A How Not To Guide for Students is a must have for student writers.In Plagiarism A How Not To Guide for Students, Barry Gil follows up on his teacher s guide Plagiarism Why It Happens How to Prevent It Gil doesn t sugarcoat plagiarism, but he offers writers reasoned and reasonable solutions His savvy handbook speaks directly to students in lively language about what plagiarism is and how it happens presents case studies drawn from real world events as well as student examples never talks down and invites students to think and talk about plagiarism outlines the consequences of plagiarism without resorting to fear or intimidation Gil provides all the dos and don ts students need With his book students will get explicit guidelines for MLA and APA citation find out how to use search engines well and document their results appropriately learn to properly summarize and paraphrase third party material understand what is common knowledge and what isn t Plagiarism A How Not To Guide for Students goes well beyond plagiarism avoidance It builds students ethical awareness about what cheating is And it leads them to understand why using their own words is important and, ultimately, satisfying.Give your students Plagiarism A How Not To Guide for Students for every paper they will write across the years, across the content areas Or better yet, use it alongside Barry Gil s teacher s guide, Plagiarism Why It Happens How to Prevent It Because your greatest allies in preventing academic dishonesty are well informed students.To request this title as a Desk Exam copy, click here.Hear a podcast where Barry Gil answers Carol Jago s questions about responding to and preventing plagiarism.Save 20% off the web price when you buy 5 packs of Plagiarism A How Not To Guide for Students Save 20% off the web price when you buy the Plagiarism Class Pack 25 copies of Plagiarism A How Not To Guide for Students 1 copy of the Plagiarism teacher s guide.

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    1. Read for a book discussion in my school district. Gilmore is a thoughtful, reflective teacher and he writes compassionately about why students plagiarize, why some teachers unknowingly set kids up to cheat, and how to create interesting assignments that are cheat-proof. I was interested in the reasons kids cheat: laziness, stress over deadlines, confusions. I like his response to plagiarism in his class: he has students fill out a form talking about why they did what they did, and how. I loved t [...]

    2. This book left me with more questions than answers. Gilmore treats the subject with humor, which makes the book easy and fun to read; but, in spite of all his sources, I think he fails at treating the subject objectively. It's clear that he doesn't have an established approach to solve or address the issue. Sometimes he explains one of his postures, and pages later he contradicts himself showing another one of his postures. Ok, I get that the problem of plagiarism is a complicated one that invol [...]

    3. This is an issue that is becoming prevalent in my school. Students either don't know or don't care about "borrowing" information and using it as their own. I'm looking forward to getting some concrete prevention/detection strategies

    4. Pretty good, highlighted points and did it in a way that actually caters to students. It's changed my perspective on plagiarism and cheating.

    5. This book (and a companion student version) offer several helpful suggestions for thinking about and preventing plagiarism in classrooms and schools. I will use the student version again next year.

    6. This is a great resource for middle and high school teachers and librarians. It is also an enjoyable read. I had no problem reading it quickly cover to cover.

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