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This is plagiarism, explained by common craft!
You have something in common with the smartest people in the world. You see, everyone has ideas. We use our minds to create something original., with its poem, drawing, a song or a scientific paper. So the most important ideas are published and made into books, journals, newspapers, and entrusted to the websites and become common blocks that we all learn. But the ideas are also very personal, we need ……keep the people behind the ideas we use because…… credit from their contribution. Just as you do, someone uses your idea. Passing other people’s ideas as your own without credit is called plagiarism. Whether your friends turn a paper, or words of a well known author, plagiarism is cheating and dishonest. Ve Cathy, a university student, she has an assignment to write a paper about changing the weather patterns. Cathy’s project involves in building other people’s ideas that she found in books, magazines and websites. She is not a kind of person of plagiarizer that turn other persons’ works into hers. But she is aware that plagiarism can happen accidentally. So she follows some basic rules. First, when she quotes an author directly, she uses a quotation mark around the words to show that the words are not hers alongside mentioning the author’s name. she even takes notes that make sure that she doesn’t forget it. Second, she is carefully using her own words when she doesn’t quote directly. She can summarize or paraphrase ideas as long as she accurate it. For example, she begins with “as smith found ”. Third, words like speeches, music, str… models or statistics can also be plagiarized like words as long as she gets credit. And lastly , she realizes some ideas are common knowledge, and don’t need a source. For example, the idea that the rain falls from clouds is common knowledge and doesn’t need a source. The rain made by weather agency doesn’t need a credit. A few weeks later, Cathy turn in her paper with confidence that she avoided plagiarism and even provided some new ideas that other students could use it in the near future with credit, of course.

[Homework]2011-12-11&12-17 如何避免剽窃

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This is plagiarism. Explained by common craft.

You have something in common with the smartest people the in the world. You see, everyone has ideas. We use our minds to create something original, whether it's a poem a drawing a song or a scientific paper. Some of the most important ideas are published and make it into books journals newspapers and trustworthy
websites that become the building blocks for things we all learn. But ideas are also very personal and we need dependable ways to keep track people behind the ideas we use because they deserve credit for their contribution. Just as you do, if someone uses your idea, passing or * other person's ideas or words as your own without credit is called plagiarism. Whether it's your friend's * paper or words of well known author, plagiarism is cheating and dishonest.

a university student, she has an assignment to write a paper about changing weather patterns. 's project involves building on other people's ideas that she finds in books magazines and websites. She is not the kinds of person who plagiarize by turning in someone's work, but she is aware that
plagiarism can happen accidentally. So she follows some basic rules.

First when she quotes author directly she uses quotation marks around words show they are not hers along side mention the author's name. She even does it a note to make sure she doesn't forget.

Second, she is careful to use only her own words when she is not quoting directly. She can summarize or * idea as long as she is accurate and references the original source. For example, she begins with as Smith found.

Third, ideas like drawings, speeches, music, structure models and * can also be
plagiarized. Like words, she can use them as long as she gets credit.

And lastly she is aware that some ideas are common knowledge and don't need a source. For example, the idea that rain falls from clouds is common knowledge and doesn't need a source. But rain forming by a weather agency does require credit.

A few weeks later turn her paper with the confidence that she had avoided
plagiarism and maybe even provided some new ideas that other students in her field can use in the future, with credit, of course.

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[Homework]2011-12-11&12-17 如何避免剽窃

This is plagiarisum ,  sxplained by common craft you have something incommon with the smartest people in the world you see everyone has ideas we use our minds to creat somthing original ,where there's a palloon ,a drawing a song or scientific paper  some of the important ideas are published and make it into books ,gerners newspapers and transport the websites that come the buirding blocks for things we all learn ,but ieas are all very personal and we need apendival ways to keep track of the people behind the ideas we use because they deserve credit for there contribution.just as you do, if someone use your idea passing of another person's ideas or words as your own doublt credit is called plagiagysum ,wherever is your friend's term paper or word's of well-known answer ,plagiarisum is cheating and dishonorest
Me Cathy a universty student she has assignment to write a paper about change weather patters Cathy's project involves building on other people's ideas that she finds in books , magazines , and websites ,she 's not the kind of person who plagiaririse by turning in someone else's work. but she is aware the plagiarisum can happen accidently so she follows some basic rules first when she quotes the author directly she use quotation marks around the words .to shure they are not hers ,alongside a mention of the author's name .she even dose this in her notes to make sure she desen't forget sencond , she is carefull to use only her own words when she is not accarding directly she came summarise all pair of her idea as long as she is acurate and refrecense the origional thoughts  for example, she bigins with as Smiths found third, ideas like drawings speeches music structure models and statictis can alse be plagiarised like words she can use them as long as she gets credit and lastly, she is aware that some ideas are common knowledge don't need a source for example the idea the rain falls from clouds is common knowledge dosen't need a source but rain form measurment by the weather agency dose require credit
a few weeks later Cathy turnd in her paper with the confidence that she has avoided plagiasirum and maybe even provided some new ideas that other students in her field can use in the future , with credit , of course


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This is plagiarism, explained by common craft. You have something in common with the smartest people in the world. You see, everyone has ideas. We use our minds to create something original, whether it’s a poem, a drawing, a song, or a scientific paper. Some of the most important ideas are published, and make it into a book, journals, newspapers, and trust-worthy websites. They are become the building blocks for things we all learn. But ideas are also very personal. And we need dependable ways to keep track of the people behind the ideas we use, because they deserve credit for contribution. Just as you do, if someone uses your idea. Passing off another person’s ideas or words as your own without credit is called plagiarism. Whether it’s your friends turn paper or words of well-known author, plagiarism is cheating and dishonest. McCarthy, a university student, she has an assignment to write a paper about changing weather patterns. Cathy’s project involves building on other people’s ideas that she finds in books, magazines, and websites. She is not kind of person who plagiarizes by turning someone else’s work. But she is aware the plagiarism can happen accidentally. So she follows some basic rules. First, when she close offer directly, she uses quotation marks around words to show they are not hers, alongside mention of the author’s name. She even does this in her notes to make sure she doesn’t forget. Second, she is careful to use only her own words when she is not quoting directly. She can summarize or ? idea as long as she is accurate and references original source. For example, she begins with as smith found. Third, ideas’ like drawings, speeches, music, structural models and statistics can also be plagiarized. Like words she can use them as long as she gets credit. And lastly, she is aware that some ideas are common knowledge, and don’t need a source. For example, the idea that rainfall’s from clouds is common knowledge and doesn’t need a source. The rainfall measurement by a weather agency does require credit. A few weeks later, Cathy turned in her paper with the confidence that she had avoided plagiarism, and maybe even provides some new ideas that other students in her field can use in the future, with credit, of course.
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This is plagiarism explained by common craft.

You have something in common with the smartest people in the world. You see everyone has ideas. We use our minds to create something original. Whether it’s a poem, a drawing, a song or a scientific paper.

Some of the most important ideas are published and made into books, journals, newspapers and trustworthy websites that become the building blocks for things we all learn. But ideas are also very personal and we need dependable ways to keep track of the people behind the ideas we use because they deserve credit for their contributiion, just as you do if someone uses your idea.

Passing off another person’s idea or words as your own without credit, it’s called plagiarism. Whether it’s your friend’s term paper or words of well-known author, plagiarism is cheating and dishonest.

Meet Cathy, a university student. She has an assignment to write a paper about changing weather patterns. Cathy’s project involves building on other people’s ideas that she finds in books, magzines and websites. She’s not the kind of  person who plagiarize by turning in someone else’s work. But she is aware that plagiarism can happen accidentally. So she follows some basic rules.

First, when she quotes an author directly, she uses quotation marks around the words to show they are not hers alongside a mention of the author’s name. She even does this in her notes to make sure she doesn't forget.

Second, she’s careful to use only her own words when she’s not quoting directly. She can summerize or paraphrase an idea as long as she’s accurate and references the original source. For example, she begins with “as Smith found”.

Third, ideas like drawings, speeches, music, sttucture models and statistics can also be plagiarized. Like words, she can use them as long as she gets credit.

And lastly, she’s aware that some ideas are common knowledge and don’t need a source. For example, the idea that rain falls from clouds is common knowledge and doesn't need a source. But rainfall measurements by a weather agency does require a credit.

A few weeks later, Cathy turned her paper with the confidence that she had avoided plagiarism and maybe even provide some new ideas that other students in her field could use in the futurem, with credit of course.

[Homework]2011-12-11&12-17 如何避免剽窃

This is Plagiarism explained by common craft.You have something common with the smartest people in the world.You see everyone has ideas.We use our minds to create something original,whether it's a poem,a song or a scientific paper.Some of the most important ideas are published and make it into books,journals,newspapers and ... websites.They are becoming the buliding blocks for things we all learn.But ideas are also very personal and we need dependable ways to keep track of people behind the ideas we use.Because they deserve credit to their contribution.Just as you do,if someone use your idea,passing off another person's idea or words as you own without credit is called plagiarism.Whether is your friend's term paper or works of a well-known author.Plagiarism is cheating and dishonest.Meet Cassie,a university student,she has an assignment to write a paper about changing weather....Cassie's project involves buliding on other people's ideas that she found in books,magazines and websites.She is not a kind of person who is plagiarised by turning in some others' work.But she is aware the plagiarism can happen accidentally.So she found some basic rules.First,when she calls a offer directly,she uses quotation marks around the words to show they are not hers,along side to mention the author's name.She ever does this in her notes to mention her she doesn't forget.Second,she is careful to use only her own words when she is not quoting directly.She can summarize all types of idea as long as she is accurate and referances to original source.For example,she begins with as Smith found.Third,ideas like drawings,speeches,music,structure models and ...can also be plagiarised.Like words,she can use them as long as she gets credit.And lastly,she is aware that some ideas are common knowledge and don't need to source.For example,the idea that rain falls from clouds is common knowledge and doesn't need to source.But rainfall arrangements by a weather agency does require credit.If you use later,Cassie turns her paper with confidence that she has avoided plagiarism and maby ever provide some new ideas that other students in her field can use in the future with credit,of course.
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This is Plagiarism Explained by Common Craft.

 

You have something in common with the smartest people in the world. You see, everyone has ideas. We use our minds to create something original, whether its a poem, a drawing, a song or a scientific paper. Some of the most important ideas are published and make it into books, journals, newspapers, and trustworthy websites that become the building blocks for things we all learn. But ideas are also very personal, and we need dependable ways to keep track of the people behind the ideas we use because they deserve credit for their contribution, just as you do if someone uses your idea. Passing off another person's ideas or words as your own without credit is called plagiarism. Whether it's your friends term paper or words of a well-known author, plagiarism is cheating and dishonest.

 

Meet Cassie, a university student. She has an assignment to write a paper about changing weather patterns. Cassie's project involves building on other people's ideas that she finds in books, magazines and websites. She's not the kind of person who would plagiarize by turning in someone else's work, but she is aware that plagiarism can happen accidentally. So, she follows some basic rules.

 

First, when she quotes an author directly, she uses quotation marks around the words to show that they are not hers, alongside a mention of the author's name. She even does this in her notes to make sure she doesn't forget.

 

Second, she’s careful to use only her own words when she’s not quoting directly. She can summarize or paraphrase an idea as long as she’s accurate and references the original source. For example, she begins with “As Smith found”.

 

Third, ideas like drawings, speeches, music, structural models, and statistics can also be plagiarized. Like words, she can use them as long as she gives credit.

 

And lastly, she's aware that some ideas are common knowledge and don't need a source. For example, the idea that rain falls from clouds is common knowledge and doesn't need a source, but rainfall measurements by a weather agency does require credit.

 

A few weeks later, Cassie turned in her paper with the confidence that she had avoided plagiarism and maybe even provided some new ideas that other students in her field could use in the future, with credit, of course.




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[Homework]【整理】2011-12-11&12-17 如何避免剽窃

this is plagiarism explain by carman ,u has sth in commom with the smallist people in the world.u see everyone has ideas we use a mind to creat sth original.there is a poem ,a draw,a snog,or scientific papaer .someone the most inportant idea a publish are made it in the books,journals,nespapers and trust with the websites.come the building blocks for things we all learn but ideas are also very personal.we need the dependable ways to keep track the people behind the idea we used because that is a credit for their comtribution.just u do as someone use ur idea.passing of another person ideas or words as around without credit is called plagiarism.whether is friends turn paper or words from wide know author plagiarism is cheating and dishonost.meet cats a university student she has assignment to write a paper about changing weather parttens.cat's project involves build on other pepole ideas that she finds in books,magezines and websites.she is not the kind of person who would plagiarism by turning in someone else word.but she is a way the plagiarism can happen accidentily so she follow some basics words.
first when she quotes offer directily she is  marks around the words to show there r not hers.along side the mentions of the author name.she even dose this her know to make sure she doesn't forget.
second she is careful to use only her own words when she is not calling directly.she can summary all paraphase idea as long as she is arrcurate and refences the original source.for example ,she begains with as math's found
third ideas like drawings ,speechs,musics,structure model and scientist can also be plagiarismed.like words she can use it as long as she gets credit.
and lastly she is aware the some idea a common knowledge and do not need the source.for example ,the idea rainfall some clouds is common knowledge and doesn't need a source.but wind rainfall measurements by a agency does acquire credit.
a few weeks later,cats turning her paper with confidence that she had avoid it plagiarism and maybe even porvide some new ideas that others students in her field can use in the future ,with credit,of course.

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[Homework]【整理】2011-12-11&12-17 如何避免剽窃

you have something in common with the smartest people in the world you see everyone has ideas we use our minds to create something original whether it's a poem ,a drawing , a song or a scientific paper some of the most important ideas are published and make it into the books , journals ,newspapers and trustworthy websites that become the building blocks for things we all learn but ideas are also very personal and we need dependable ways to keep track of the people behind the ideas we use because they deserve credit for their contribution just as you do if someone uses your idea passing off another person's ideas or words as your own without credit is called plagiarism whether it's your friends's term paper or words of a well known author plagiarism is cheating and dishonest meet cassie a university student she has an assignment to write a paper about changing weather patternsn cassie's project involves building on other people's idea that she finds in books ,magazines and websites she is not the kind of person who plagiarize by turning in someone else work but she is aware that plagiarism can happen accidentally so she follows some basic rules
first when she quotes an author directly she use quotation marks around the words to show that they are not hers alongside the mention of the author's name she even does this in her notes to make sure she doesn't forget
second she is careful to use only her own words when she is not quoting directly she can summarize or paraphrase the idea as long as she is accuate and references the original source for example she begins with as smith found
third ideas like drawings, speeches ,music ,structural models and statistics can also be plagirized like words she can use them sa long as she gives credit
and lastly she is aware some ideas are common knowledge and don't source for example the idea the rain falls from clouds is a common knowledge and doesn't need a source but rainfall measurements by a wether agency does require credit
a few weeks later cassie turned in her paper with a confidence that she has avoided plagiarism and maybe even provides some new ideas that other students in her field could use it inthe future with credit of course

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[homework]This is Plagiarism.Explained by Common Craft.
You have something in common with the smartest people in the world. You see, everyone has ideas. We use our mind to create something original, whether it is a poem, a drawing, a song or a scientific paper. Some of the most important ideas are published and make it into books, journals, newspapers, and trustworthy websites that become the building blocks for things we all learn. But ideas are also very personal.And we need dependable ways to keep track of the people behind the ideas we use because they deserve credit for their contribution.Just as you do if someone uses your idea. Passing off another person's ideas or words as your own without credit is called "plagiarism". Whether it's your friend's term paper or words of a well-known author, plagiarism is cheating and dishonest.

Meet Cassie, a university student. She has an assignment to write a paper about changing weather patterns. Cassie's project involves building on other people's ideas that she finds in books, magazines and websites. She's not the kind of person who plagiarize by turning in someone else's work, but she is aware that plagiarism can happen accidentally.
So, she follows some basic rules. First, when she quotes an author directly, she uses quotation marks around the words to show that they are not hers, alongside follows the author's name. She even does this in her notes to make sure she doesn't forget. Second, she's careful to use only her own words when she's not quoting directly. She can summarize or paraphrase an idea as long as it's accurate and references the original source. For example, she begins with “As Smith found”. Third, ideas like drawings, speeches, music, structural models, and statistics can also be plagiarized. Like words, she can use them as long as she gives credit. And lastly, she's aware that some ideas are common knowledge and don't need a source. For example, the idea that rain falls from clouds is common knowledge and doesn't need a source, but rainfall measurements by a weather agency does require credit.

A few weeks later, Cassie turned in her paper with the confidence that she had avoided plagiarism and even provided some new ideas that other students in her field could use in the future, with credit, of course.

[Homework]【整理】2011-12-11&12-17 如何避免剽窃

This is plagirism. Explained by **. You have something in common with the smartest people in the world. You see, everyone has ideas. We use our mind to create something original. Whether it is a poem, a drawing, a song or a scientific paper. Some of the most important ideas are published into books, journals, newspapers and thrusted through the websites, that becomes the building blocks for things we all learn. But ideas are also very personal, and we need dependable ways to keep track of the people behind the ideas we use, because they deserve the credit for their contribution. Just as you do, if someone uses your idea. Passing off another person's ideas or words as your own without credit, is called plagirism.
Whether it is your friend's term paper, or words's of a well known author, plagirism is cheating and dishonest. Mee Canthy, a university student, she has an assignment to write a paper about changing weather patterns. Canthy's project involves building on other people's ideas she finds in books mangazins and websites. She is not the kind of person who plagirise by turning in someone's work. But she is aware that plagirsm can happen accidentally. so she borrows basic rools. First, when she quotes the author directly, she uses quotation marks along the words to show they are not hers. Alongside mention of the author's name. She even does this in her notes to make sure she doesnt forget. Second, she is careful to use only her own words when is not quoting directly. She can summarises or paraphrases the ideas as long as she is accurate and references the original source. For example, she began with as may be found. Third, ideas like drawings, speeches, music, structural models and statistics can also be plagirised. Like words, she uses them as long as sh gives credit. And lastly, she is aware that some ideas are common knowledges and dont need a source. For example, the idea that rain falls from cloud is a common knowledge and does not need a source. But rainfall measurement by a weather agency does require a credit. A few weeks later, canthy turned it her paper with confidence that she had avoided plagirism and maybe provided some new ideas that other students in her field could use in the future, with credit of cause.

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[Homework]【整理】2011-12-11&12-17 如何避免剽窃

explained by the common craft, you have sth in common with the smartest people in the world. you see everyone has ideas. we use our minds to create something original. whether it is a poem, a drawing, a song or a scientific paper. some of the most important ideas are published and make it into books, journals newspapers and trustworthy websites. they become the building blocks for things we all learned. but ideas are very personal, and we need dependable ways to track the people behind the word we use because they deserve credit of their contribution. just as you do, if someone use your idea. passing off another person's idea or words as you own without credit is called plagrism. whether it is your friend's term paper or words from well known authur. plagrism is cheating and disarste. Me Cathy, a university students, she has a assignment to write a paper about changing whether patterns. Cathy's paper involves other's ideas she finds in books and magazine and websites. she is not the kind of personal who plagrise by turning other's work. but she is aware, that the plagrism can happen accidentally. so she follows some basic rules. first if she quote the arthur directly, she use quotation marks around the words. to show that they are not hers, along side mentioned the arthur's name. she even make it in her notes to make sure she does not forget. second, she is careful using only her own words when she is not quoting directly. she can summarize or  paraphrase her idea as long as she is accurate and reference to the original source. for example she begins with as smith found. third, ideas like drawings, speeches, music, structure models and statistics can also be plagiarizer, likewise, she can use them as long as she got credit. lastly she is aware some ideas are like common knowledge. they don't need a source. for example, the idea that rain falls from clouds is common knowledge and does not needs source.but the rain fall measurements by a weather agency does require credit. a few weeks later, Cathy turned in her paper with confidence that she avoided plagrism and provide some new ideas that other students can use in this field in the future. with credit, of course.
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   This is plagiarism, explained by common craft. You have something in common with the smartest people in the world. You see, everyone has ideas. We use our minds to create something original, whether it’s a poem, a drawing, a song, or a scientific paper.
   Some of the most important ideas are published and make it into books, journals, newspapers and trustworthy websites that become the building blocks for things we all learn. But ideas are also very personal, and we need dependable ways to keep track of the people behind the ideas we use because they deserve credit for their contribution, just as you do if someone uses your idea. Passing off another person’s idea or words as your own without credit is called plagiarism. Whether it’s your friend’s term paper or words of a well-known author, plagiarism is cheating and dishonest.
   ME cassiea ,  a university student,she has an assignment to write a paper about changing weather patterns.Cassie's project involves building on other people's ideas that she finds in books,magazines and websites.She is not the kind of person who will plagiarize by turning in someone else's work.But she is aware that plagiarism can happen accidentally.So she follows some basic rules.First,when she quotes an anthor directly,she uses quotation marks around the words to show that they are not hers alongside a mention of the author's name.She even does this in her notes to make sure she doesn't forget.
   Second,she is careful to use only her own words when she is not quoting directly.She can summarize or paraphrase an idea as long as she is accurate and references the original source.For example, she begins with “As Smith found”. Third, ideas like drawings, speeches, music, structural models and statistics can also be plagiarized. Like words, she can use them as long as she gives credit.
   And lastly, she’s aware that some ideas are common knowledge and don’t need a source. For example, the idea that rain falls from clouds is common knowledge and doesn’t need a source, but rainfall ... by a weather agency does require credit.
  A few weeks later,cassie turned in her paper with confidence that had avoided plagiarism and maybe even provided some new ideas that other students in her field could use in the future, with credit, of course.
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You have something in common with the smartest people in the world. You see everyone has ideas. We use our mind to create something original, whether it’s a xx, a song, a drawing, or a scientific paper. Some of the most important ideas are published, and make it into books, journeys, newspapers and trusted websites; they become the building blocks that we all learn.
But ideas are also very personal, we need pay enough ways to track the people behind the ideas we use because they deserve credits for their contribution. Just as you do when someone is using your idea.
Xx on another person’s ideas or words xx without credit is called plagiarism.
Weather it’s your friends turn paper or words of a well known author, plagiarism is cheating and dishonest.
Xx, a university student, she has an assignment to write a paper on Changing Weather pattern. Xx’s project involves buildings on other people’s ideas that she finds in books, magazines and websites. She is not kind of a person who plagiarizes by turning on some other’s paper, but she is aware that plagiarism can happen accidentally. So she follows some basic rules.
First, when she quotes author’s words directly, she uses quotations mark around the words to show they are not hers, alongside the mention with the name. She even does this in her notes to make sure she doesn’t forget. Second, she’s careful to use only her own words when she is not quoting directly. She can summarize or paraphrase idea as long as she is accurate and references the original source. For example, she begins with “As smith found”. Third, ideas like drawings, speeches, music, structural models and statistics can also be plagiarized. Like words she can use them as long as she gets credit.
And lastly, she is aware that some ideas are common knowledge, and don’t need a source. For example, the idea that rain falls from clouds is common knowledge, and doesn’t need a source. But rainfall measurements by a weather agency do need credit.

A few weeks later, xx turned in her paper with confidence that she had avoided plagiarism and maybe even provide some new ideas that other students in her field can use in the future, with credit of course.
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[Homework]【整理】2011-12-11&12-17 如何避免剽窃

This is plagiarism explained by common craft.

You have something in common with this smartest people in the world.You see everyone has ideas.We use our minds create something original,whether it's poem,a drawing,a song,or a scientific paper.Some of the most important ideas are published and make it into books,journals,newspapers and trustworthy web sites.That become the building blocks for things we all learn.But ideas are also very personal and we need dependable ways to keep track of the people behind the ideas we use because they deserve credit for their contribution.Just  as you do if someone uses your idea.Passing off another person's idea or words as your without credit is called plagiarism.Whether it's your friend's term paper or words of a well-known author,plagiarism is cheating and dishonest.


Meet Cassie,a university student.She has an assignment to write a paper about changing weather patterns.Cassie's project involves building on other people's idea that she finds in books,magazines and websites.She is not the kind of person who plagiarize by turning in someone else's work.But she is aware the plagiarism can happen accidentally.So,she followed some basic rules.


First, when she quotes an author directly, she uses quotation marks around the words to show that they are not hers.Alongside a mention of the author's name.She even does this in her notes to make sure she doesn't forget.


Second, she's careful to use only her own words when she is not quoting directly.She can summarize or paraphrase an idea as long as she she's accurate and references the original source.For example,she begins with  As Smith found.


Third,ideas like drawings,speeches,music,structural models and statistics can also be plagiarized,like words she can use them as long as she gives credit.


And lastly,she's aware that some ideas are common knowledge and don't need a source.For example, the idea that rain falls from clouds is common knowledge and doesn't need a source,but rainfall measurements by a weather agency does require credit.


A few weeks later,Cassie turned in her paper with the  confidence that she had avoided plagiarism and maybe even provided some new idea that other students in her field could use in the future,with credit,of course.

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