plagiarism exercise

On the reading exercise posted, 2 works of 2 different student was compared. And as i examined a long the revisions of the students, I noticed that the 1st student was indeed guilty of plagiarism. He did not acknowledge the sources of the words he had been using, and for that he stole the words of the sources. And for us to correct it, we have to put the sources by mentioning their names before or after using the words they’ve stated. However, the second student’s revision was legal. He did not commit plagiarism. Good job for him! 🙂

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Published in: on June 20, 2011 at 1:40 pm  Leave a Comment  

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