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Understanding and Avoiding Plagiarism

Understanding and Avoiding Plagiarism

Understanding and Avoiding Plagiarism. Basic Definition of Plagiarism. The word plagiarize actually comes from the Latin plagi a re —to kidnap ( Oxford English Dictionary ). When you plagiarize, you’re taking (or kidnapping) someone else’s work. U of M Definition of Plagiarism.

By johana
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Lesson 9 Day 1

Lesson 9 Day 1

Lesson 9 Day 1. You will need your book, a pencil, and paper. Question of Day. T294. What is your favorite Lunch? My favorite lunch to share with a friend would be ____________. Read Aloud. What is the purpose of someone reading a piece of nonfiction? to learn about a subject

By zed
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Your Reputation is Your Asset Building Your Personal Brand

Your Reputation is Your Asset Building Your Personal Brand

Your Reputation is Your Asset Building Your Personal Brand. Chick Herbert Metro Women’s Network September 16, 2010. Gain a better understanding of the benefits of a strong brand Create a greater awareness about your personal brand

By kris
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The Cover Letter

The Cover Letter

The Cover Letter. Building Your First Impression. By John Day Student Employment Advisor Student & Graduate Employment Services, Mohawk College. About Your Cover Letter. It is the 1 st chance you have to make an impression with the employer so do the very best you can.

By ananda
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Communication

Communication

Communication. Making your needs known!. What is communication?. To share or convey information. Effective communication requires: a sender (encoder) a message (medium) a receiver (decoder). Types of communication. Verbal Written Technical Sign

By wentworth
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Cite Right

Cite Right

Cite Right. How to USE the research you find!. What is plagiarism?. Plagiarism is passing off other people ’ s work without giving credit . It is unethical because it steals and deceives.

By chloe
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Terrorism Are you ready?

Terrorism Are you ready?

Terrorism Are you ready?. Vincent Dunn, Deputy Chief, FDNY, (Ret). Technological Hazardous Incident. Biological Nuclear Incendiary Chemical Explosion. Terror Weapons. Targets ?. Transportation Trains Planes Tunnels Bridges Ships Sports Facility Utilities Government Bld.

By fay
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History Fair Research Overview

History Fair Research Overview

FIRST THINGS FIRST… The first decisions you need to make are… Will I work alone or with a group? What category will I work in? What topic will I choose? And, what direction will I take my research? DUE Friday, Aug. 24. History Fair Research Overview.

By symona
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TOPICS—Timeline NHD sample topics

TOPICS—Timeline NHD sample topics

TOPICS—Timeline NHD sample topics Do yourself a favor and choose something from this extensive list. Nobody knows history like NHD. These topics are easily researched and documented.

By gafna
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Using a Thesaurus

Using a Thesaurus

Using a Thesaurus. A thesaurus. is a reference book that helps us to use more exact words for our writing. It is in alphabetical order like a dictionary. It contains synonyms for words that we use often. It may also contain antonyms for words we use often. Example of a thesaurus entries:.

By holli
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Inquiring Families Want to Know: Engaging Families in the Outcome Rating Process

Inquiring Families Want to Know: Engaging Families in the Outcome Rating Process

Inquiring Families Want to Know: Engaging Families in the Outcome Rating Process. Hearing Family Stories Gaining Family Insight Involving Families Adapted from materials developed by Naomi Younggren, 2011. Presenters: Shannon Dunstan, ID Kathi Gillaspy, NECTAC/ECO Pam Miller, MD

By ion
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Health Occupations

Health Occupations

Health Occupations. Communication – Chapter 7.4. Communication. Definition – exchange of information, thoughts, ideas, & feelings Occurs through Verbal Written Nonverbal. Elements of Communication. Sender – individual creating message to convey info or ideas to another

By mina
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Chapter 8

Chapter 8

Chapter 8. General Knowledge. Schemas and Scripts. schema —generalized knowledge about a situation, an event, or a person Schema theories are especially helpful when psychologists try to explain how people process complex situations and events. Schemas and Scripts.

By aldan
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Exact words from text are used, not a single word is changed

Exact words from text are used, not a single word is changed

Steps to using Direct Quotes. Exact words from text are used, not a single word is changed Quotations are placed around exact words and commas are correctly placed Add citing tags such as - According to The author writes The books says.

By zalman
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Image from : http:// www.imdb.com /title/tt0204946/

Image from : http:// www.imdb.com /title/tt0204946/

Image from : http:// www.imdb.com /title/tt0204946/. Why Cite?. Why is it important for you as a student in America to cite your sources? What does citing accomplish? . Why Cite?. To establish your credibility. To map your research.

By rafal
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The Holy Koran (Qur’an)

The Holy Koran (Qur’an)

The Holy Koran (Qur’an). It contains the exact words revealed by Allah through the Angel Gabriel to Muhammad. Scribes wrote down these words. Not one word of its 114 chapters has been changed over the centuries. It is written in Arabic. Muhammad.

By hewitt
(114 views)

APA Workshop : Citing and Managing Your List of References

APA Workshop : Citing and Managing Your List of References

APA Workshop : Citing and Managing Your List of References. Course :ESL 204 Date: June 19, 2014 Presenter: Chris B ober. Learning Objectives. Become familiar with American Psychological Association (APA) citation style for: using in-text citations preparing reference lists

By mendel
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Christian Doctrines

Christian Doctrines

Christian Doctrines. What We Believe and Why. Inerrancy Defined. Recap: scriptural authority God cannot lie ( Num 23:19; Tit 1:2; Heb 6:18) Scripture is God’s words Scripture is completely true, without error in any part (2 Sam 7:28; Ps 12:6; 119:140; 1 Pet 2:2; Rev 19:9; 21:5 )

By kennan
(126 views)

adulterate

adulterate

adulterate. To corrupt, make worse. Synonyms: contaminate, pollute Antonyms: purify. Ambidextrous. Able to use both hands equally well. Synonyms: versatile Antonyms: clumsy. augment. >. Make larger. bereft. Deprived of; made unhappy through a loss. Synonym: bereaved

By deo
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Avoiding Plagiarism

Avoiding Plagiarism

Avoiding Plagiarism. Why Might You Use Outside Sources?. Background information Evidence (e.g., examples, statistics, expert testimony, etc.) Opposing arguments (Note: claims and explanations are usually your own ideas). How Can You Use Outside Sources?. “Direct Quotations” Paraphrases

By bruno
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