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Know the Code. HONOR. With your partner come up with a working definition of the term “honor” and be ready to share: “Honor is……”. Evaluate the concept of an Honor Code. Where does an honor code come into play in society? Have you ever taken a pledge? Where? For what purpose?

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Know the code

With your partner come up with a working definition of the term “honor” and be ready to share: “Honor is……”


Evaluate the concept of an honor code
Evaluate the concept of an Honor Code term “honor” and be ready to share:

  • Where does an honor code come into play in society?

  • Have you ever taken a pledge? Where? For what purpose?

  • Examples of institutions/organizations with an honor code?

  • What does an honor code require in order to be effective?


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Pearland isd honor code
Pearland ISD Honor code term “honor” and be ready to share:

Students attending Pearland ISD are expected to conduct themselves honorably in pursuit of their education. We all believe students are responsible for maintaining and supporting the academic integrity of the school by completing all assigned work, activities, and tests in an honorable process without engaging in cheating, fraud, plagiarism or prohibitive electronic assistance. The Honor Code expressly forbids the following academic violations:


Cheating examples of cheating include but are not limited to
Cheating term “honor” and be ready to share: Examples of cheating include, but are not limited to:

  • Copying another person’s work.

  • Allowing another person to copy your work.

  • Using unauthorized notes, aids, or written material in any form during a test.

  • Talking; copying from another person’s paper; giving or receiving information by signs, gestures, or deception during any type of assessment.

  • Unauthorized use of technological devices (cell phones, cameras, iPods, games, etc) while taking an assessment.

    • During assessment, visible electronic devices are deemed as cheating. No exceptions.


Plagiarism examples of plagiarism include but are not limited to
Plagiarism term “honor” and be ready to share: Examples of plagiarism include, but are not limited to:

  • Presenting someone else’s work as your own, including the copying of language, structure, programming, computer code, ideas, and/or thoughts of another without proper citation or acknowledgement..

  • Copying word for word, without using quotation marks or giving credit to the source of the material.

  • Failing to sue proper documentation and bibliography.

  • Having someone else do assignments which are then submitted as one’s own work..


Falsification lying examples include but are not limited to
Falsification/Lying term “honor” and be ready to share: examples include but are not limited to:

  • Making an untrue statement verbally or in writing with the intent to deceive.

  • Creating false or misleading impressions.

  • Forgery of official signatures.


Responsibilities
responsibilities term “honor” and be ready to share:

  • Students

  • Teachers

  • Parents

  • Administrators

    All share responsibility to ensure understanding, to promote correct practices, to model and sustain, and to support consistent application throughout the school.


Student responsibilities
Student responsibilities: term “honor” and be ready to share:

  • I will exercise academic honesty in all aspects of my work.

  • I will prepare sufficiently for all types of assessments.

  • I will seek extra help from teachers.

  • I will avoid engaging in cheating, plagiarizing, and lying.

  • I will use sources in a prescribed manner.

  • I will report any violations of the HONOR CODE.