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These notes cover the beginning course details: Understanding Plagiarism.
English Composition II
Christine Hilger
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apa, Plagiarism
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Notetaker on Saturday May 28, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to ENG106 at Herzing University taught by Christine Hilger in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 5 views.


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Date Created: 05/28/16
English 106 By Katharina Young Week 1 Answers 1. What is the difference between intentional and unintentional plagiarism and what are the consequences of each? a) The difference between intentional and unintentional plagiarism is: nothing. The action is the same for both. Consequences are the same as well. This means that on the first offense the student may receive a zero on the assignment or a failing grade in the course and could require the student to repeat the course if required for graduation. The second offense for the student committing plagiarism is expulsion from the University. 2. All work submitted for this class must be work that was originally created specifically for this class. What does this mean? b) Originally created means that all work submitted should be in the individuals own words. No outside sources, including textbook, should be used as original work. If sources are used then the APA in-text citation and reference page should be listed in the document. Original creation is one’s ideas being put to paper, hence, originally created work. 3. What is the connection between an in-text citation and a citation on the References page? c) The connection between in-text citation and the References page is: both are a part of the two-step process utilized for proper APA citation. In-text citation provides proper formatting of an outside author’s opinions or statements. Parentheses and bold type font help pin point the author’s words. Before placing the quoted statement a tip to let the readers know that these are the author’s words is to place the authors name and quotation date, beforehand. The References page is a list of cited sources including authors name, last to first, publication date, name of article with paragraph reference and page number if included (website, textbook, newspaper), name of publisher, and date of retrieval.


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