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Exercise 1

Theseguidelines challenge students to work for excellence, to become adults in service to others, to interblend curricular and co-curricular learning, to develop skills through discovery and reflection, and to be conscientiousfor the welfare of each person.

Acceptable or

Unacceptable?

These principles challenge students to strive for excellence, to become men and women in service to others, to integrate curricular and co-curricular learning, to develop talents through discovery and reflection, and to be concerned for the welfare of each person. (Ethos Statement)

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Theseguidelines challenge students

to work for excellence, to become

adults in service to others, to

interblend curricular and co-

curricular learning, to develop skills

through discovery and reflection,

and to be conscientiousfor the

welfare of each person.

Unacceptable

i. Words are substituted

ii. Work is not cited

These principles challenge students to strive for excellence, to become men and women in service to others, to integrate curricular and co-curricular learning, to develop talents through discovery and reflection, and to be concerned for the welfare of each person. (Ethos Statement)

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Exercise 2

When these characteristics are

observed it ensures the rights and

privileges of all students and to

preserve the integrity of our

educational community.

Acceptable or

Unacceptable?

These characteristics are essential to ensure the rights and privileges of all students and to preserve the integrity of our educational community. (Ethos Statement)

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When these characteristics are

observed it ensures the rights and

privileges of all students and to

preserve the integrity of our

educational community.

Unacceptable

i.Cut and paste (copy and paste)

ii. Quoting without quotation marks

iii. Work is not cited

These characteristics are essential to ensure the rights and privileges of all students and to preserve the integrity of our educational community. (Ethos Statement)

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When these characteristics are

observed it ensures “the rights and

privileges of all students and to

preserve the integrity of our

educational community.” (Ethos

statement)

Acceptable

i.Quoted words are in quotation

marks

ii. Work is cited or referenced

These characteristics are essential to ensure the rights and privileges of all students and to preserve the integrity of our educational community. (Ethos Statement)

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Exercise 3

While in school, students can have fun or learn, and “the development and sustenance of a community characterized by respect, caring responsibility, and honesty” (Ethos Statement) is accomplished when they are ethical or being truthful.

Acceptable or

Unacceptable?

To achieve these ideals, all students are expected to contribute, through their words, actions, and commitments, to the development and sustenance of a community characterized by respect, caring, responsibility, and honesty. (Ethos Statement)

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While in school, students can have fun or learn, and “the development and sustenance of a community characterized by respect, caring responsibility, and honesty” (Ethos Statement) is accomplished when they are ethical or being truthful.

Acceptable

i. Quotes are in quotation marks

ii. Work is cited.

To achieve these ideals, all students are expected to contribute, through their words, actions, and commitments, to the development and sustenance of a community characterized by respect, caring, responsibility, and honesty.(Ethos Statement)

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Exercise 4

For the entire academic

community, students and staff,

to “preserve the integrity of

C.W. Post,” everyone must

cooperate to comply with the

guidelines of the Ethos

Statement.

Acceptable or Unacceptable?

To achieve these ideals, all students are expected to contribute, through their words, actions, and commitments, to the development and sustenance of a community characterized by respect, caring, responsibility, and honesty. These characteristics are essential to ensure the rights and privileges of all students and to preserve the integrity of our educational community. (Ethos Statement)

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For the entire academic community, students and staff, to “preserve the integrity of C.W. Post,” everyone must cooperate to comply with the guidelines of the Ethos Statement.

Unacceptable

i. Words within quotes do not

match the words in the

original text

ii. Work is not cited

To achieve these ideals, all students are expected to contribute, through their words, actions, and commitments, to the development and sustenance of a community characterized by respect, caring, responsibility, and honesty. These characteristics are essential to ensurethe rights and privileges of all students and to preserve the integrity of our educational community. (Ethos Statement)

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END

July 2004