By: Allison Shandy
2. Keeping any of the same vocabulary or the author's ideas without quoting is still plagiarism.
3. It's not ok to copy and paste the authors paragraph and cite them.
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1. Intentional: Copying, borrowing, buying someone's work without citing them and saying it is your own is intentional.
2. Unintentional: You mean to cite the other person's work but you paraphrase poorly, and cit poorly.
What Could Happen?
Do I Have to Cite Everything?
What is Paraphrasing?
How do you Cite?
What is Annotation?
I think that paraphrasing is better because you are writing in your own words and not using the authors so much.
What Does Citing Look Like?
Citing Personal Interviews?
after you click this website click on explora, either elementary school, middle school or high school.
use this website for free pictures, you don't have to cite the photographers, but when you search make sure you stay on the morgefile tab.
The Next Time You Think About Plagiarizing Think of These Tips and Consequences.
Where did I get my Notes?
Another one was on a document, I couldn't link it in.