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The information that follows is listed in the NHS Student Handbook. NHS Plagiarism Policy. Direct copying and pasting from any source Consequences Grade 9. First violation Phone call to parent Opportunity to revise work Second violation Zero on assignment

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Nhs plagiarism policy

The information that follows is listed in the NHS Student Handbook.

NHS Plagiarism Policy


Direct copying and pasting from any source consequences grade 9

Direct copying and pasting from any sourceConsequences Grade 9

First violation

  • Phone call to parent

  • Opportunity to revise work

    Second violation

  • Zero on assignment

  • Referral/loss of exam exemption

  • No opportunity to revisit assignment


Direct copying and pasting from any source consequences 10 th 12 th grades

Direct copying and pasting from any sourceConsequences 10th-12th Grades

  • ·Zero on assignment

  • ·Referral/loss of exam exemption

  • ·No opportunity to revisit assignment


Nhs policy 9 th grade specific

NHS Policy9th Grade Specific

  • Faulty Paraphrasing or Summarizing

    • Replacing words and retaining the basic sentence structure

    • Restructuring a sentence by rearranging, deleting, words, etc.

    • Deleting or rearranging sentences in or order to restructure paragraph


Consequences of faulty paraphrasing

Consequences of Faulty Paraphrasing

  • Student revises same assignment

  • ·Student resubmits assignment at full credit


Nhs policy cont 10 th grade specific

NHS Policy, cont…(10th Grade Specific)

  • Faulty Paraphrasing or Summarizing

    • Replacing words and retaining the basic sentence structure

    • Restructuring a sentence by rearranging, deleting, words, etc.

    • Deleting or rearranging sentences in or order to restructure paragraph


Consequences of faulty paraphrasing 10 th grade specific

Consequences of Faulty Paraphrasing(10th Grade Specific)

  • 1st violation

    • Opportunity to revise and resubmit

    • 0 on first assignment is 15% of grade on resubmit

  • 2nd violation

    • Opportunity to revise and resubmit

    • 0 on 1st assignment is 25% of grade on resubmit

  • Subsequent violations

    • No opportunity to revise or resubmit

    • 0 on assignment


Nhs policy 12 th grade specific

NHS Policy(12th Grade Specific)

  • Faulty Paraphrasing or Summarizing

    • Replacing words and retaining the basic sentence structure

    • Restructuring a sentence by rearranging, deleting, words, etc.

    • Deleting or rearranging sentences in or order to restructure paragraph


Consequences of faulty paraphrasing 12 th grade specific

Consequences of Faulty Paraphrasing(12th Grade Specific)

  • 1st violation

    • Opportunity to revise and resubmit

    • 0 on first assignment is 50% of grade on resubmit

  • 2nd violation

    • No opportunity to revise or resubmit

    • 0 on assignment

  • Subsequent violations

    • Referral / Loss of exemption

    • Zero on assignment

    • No opportunity to revisit assigment


Nhs plagiarism policy

FYI…

  • I will adhere to the NHS Policy for plagiarism

  • Whether the violation is copying and pasting or faulty paraphrasing, I will

    • Inform your parents

    • Inform guidance


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