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Plagiarism. Plagiarism is. The use of someone else’s ideas without giving credit to them. Example:

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plagiarism is
Plagiarism is
  • The use of someone else’s ideas without giving credit to them.
  • Example:

The bottlenose dolphin gets its name from the shape of its snout--something like an old hand-blown bottle. There are several different species in the world, but the best known of all is the bottlenose of the Atlantic Ocean. It is the one that is most often seen in large sea aquariums. Because it lives well in captivity, it has been studied more than any other small whale.

paraphrasing is
Paraphrasing is
  • putting someone else’s ideas into your own words
  • But you still must give credit to that person.
  • According to Grolier Online in an article called “dolphins.” There are several different kinds of bottlenose dolphins, but most people know the bottlenose dolphin of the Atlantic Ocean because it is seen in aquariums at zoos. It is easier to study than any other small whale. It gets its name from its snout or nose. It is shaped like a bottle.
another note
Another note
  • It is important to note that simply changing a few words here and there or mixing up a sentence or two is not enough to constitute paraphrasing. You must truly put the information into your own words and orders.
directly quoting
Directly Quoting
  • is using someone else’s ideas word for word and putting it in quotations “ ”
  • But you still must give credit to them.
  • No more than 150 words can be used this way.
  • According to Grolier Online in an article called “dolphins.” “The bottlenose dolphin gets its name from the shape of its snout--[something] like an old hand-blown bottle. There are several different species, but the best known of all is the bottlenose of the Atlantic Ocean. It is the one that is most often seen in large sea aquariums. Because it lives well in captivity, it has been studied more than any other small whale.”
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Around the 1850’s, an Irish immigrant, as documented in the Missouri Life magazine, published in April 2008, developed a community northwest of Doniphan. There was a group of Irish immigrants who settled there but later disappeared.

In the magazine, Missouri Life, published in April 2008, an article explains how “150 years ago, a band of Irish immigrants settled in Missouri, and then they disappeared.” It goes on to explain about the founder of the community.

Which is plagiarism, paraphrasing, and quoting?

  • One hundred and fifty years ago, a band of Irish immigrants settled in a 16,500-acre wilderness northwest of Doniphan in southeastern Missouri, and then they disappeared. John Joseph Hogan, a Catholic priest who had arrived in America during the Irish potatofamine of the 1840s and settled in St. Louis , founded the community.
turnitin com
turnitin.com
  • We will use turnitin.com to help make sure we don’t plagiarize.
  • Turnitin.com will be for a grade; the lower the percent given, the higher the grade.
  • If you do plagiarize, you will receive a 0 or an “F” for the speech.
how to cite in a speech

How to cite in a speech

So you aren’t plagiarizing!

wrong ways
Wrong Ways:
  • Wrong: PCB’s cause autism. In California reported cases of autism rose 210%, from 3,864 to 11,995 between 1987 and 1998.
  • Wrong: In a magazine I read I found out that PCB’s cause autism. In California reported cases of autism rose 210%, from 3,864 to 11,995 between 1987 and 1998.
  • Wrong: In a US News and World Report I read I found out that PCB’s cause autism. In California reported cases of autism rose 210% , from 3,864 to 11,995 between 1987 and 1998.
right way
Right Way:
  • RIGHT!

The June 19, 2000 US News and World Report documents that PCB’s cause autism. US News further reports that in California reported cases of autism rose 210%, from 3,864 to 11,995 between 1987 and 1998.

here s what you cite in the speech
Here’s what you cite in the speech:
  • Magazine/Newspapers: Title of magazine (not article) and date
  • Books: Title of book, author, and publication date
  • Online: Title of the homepage and last date of update if available (or copyright)
  • Other (interview): See Mrs. Aten
  • Hint: You always have a title and date.
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** Must cite at least 3 different sources in your speech.

You may cite the same source more than once. Citing more sources helps your credibility as a speaker; think about having more than 3.

cite the source every time you switch to a new source in your speech
Cite the source every time you switch to a new source in your speech.
  • For example:
  • You cite source A, then you talk about what source A said. Then you want to talk about source B information. You must then site source B and give information. Afterwards, you want to go back to something from source A, cite source A again.
how can you make your citation smoothly fit into your speech
How can you make your citation smoothly fit into your speech?
  • According to the article/book Title, updated/published date, it states….
  • The article/book Title, updated/published date explains…
  • The article/book Title, updated/published date says…
  • The article/book Title, updated/published date details…
  • In the article/book…
verbs to describe the research
Says

States

Explains

Details

Informs

Chronicles

Articulates

Claims

Recounts

Discloses

Ascertains

Mentions

Tells

Expresses

Makes known

Reports

Puts forth

Contends

Maintains

Paints a picture

Writes

Identifies

Verbs to describe the research
use variety
Use VARIETY!
  • Of language
  • Order of citing sources
  • Words to cite sources
  • Use the thesaurus to help find new words
sample works cited page
Sample Works Cited Page

Works Cited

Anaya, Rudolfo A. Bless Me, Ultima. California: TQS

Publications, 1991.

Hurston, Zora Neale. Their Eyes Were Watching God. NewYork: Harper & Row, 1990.

Welcome to Lincoln Public Schools. 2005. lps.org. 27 Feb. 2006 <http://www.lps.org>.

works cited page
Works Cited Page
  • You will complete your works cited page on Noodletools.
  • Noodletools is on the LHS media center website under online databases.
  • Refer to your handout for help.
what to save for a works cited page
What to save for a works cited page?
  • You must print the following information with your information or source or you will have a big headache!
    • Author
    • Title of article/website
    • Date of publication/updated
    • Source title (website/newspaper)
    • URL if there is one