This printable is a "Beginner's Guide" to note-taking. It introduces how to take meaningful notes, paraphrase, and cite sources with a focus on note-taking from written materials and Web sites. A definition and examples of plagiarism are included as well.
Perhaps you've been assigned to take this test. Maybe you just want to know how to avoid failure and expulsion. Check out this Plagiarism Test from Indiana University Bloomington's School of Education.
How To Paraphrase Effectively Infographic. Paraphrasing can be a difficult concept for many, even adults. Having a quick example is a good reminder. Plus, there is even a website to help you paraphrase if you are still having trouble.
Explore these three engaging interactives about plagiarism. Click on any title to begin play and read the objectives and directions. Topics include plagiarism, ethics, and cheating. This is a great "digital citizenship" site! The examples of plagiarism include more subtle "offenses," such as misquoting or incorrect citations.
Great example of plagiarism and it's consequences...gives example of the plagiarism as well. Good example to show classes.
Plagiarism Lesson Bundle for Middle and High School Students
Teach students the basics of plagiarizing, summarizing, paraphrasing, and directly quoting research with this concise, engaging lesson from The Reading and Writing Haven. Perfect for any research or writing unit in middle or high school classrooms.