Plagiarism Unit Vocabulary
These are words from the in-class workshop
Terms in this set (...)
American universities have many rules about _____________. (= not behaving in a truthful way while at university).
He decided to _____________ on the test. (=copying answers on a test or homework activity).
_____________ is a big problem in the U.S. (= to copy someone else's words or ideas usually in an academic setting).
It's important to give people _____________ if you use their ideas. (= to praise someone for something that they have done)
_____________ is a big problem because the Internet makes it so easy. (=stealing another person's ideas or work to make money. (Ex. music, movies, etc)
You must _____________ the author if you use his ideas. (= show appreciation for something; give credit to)
We learned how to use the _____________. (=large collections of articles that are stored on computers)
We need to _____________ information from academic articles into our essays. (=to include something and make it a part of your essay).
This website is not _____________ (believable, especially for academic writing).
He forgot to put a _____________ to show where he got the information. (=a reference to an article, book, or website in an essay).
This is a good _____________ for your essay. (= the article, book, or website where information came from.)
To write this essay, you need to _____________. (= to get information from books, articles, websites, etc.)
This is the _____________ sentence. (= describing where something first appeared)
Many teachers _____________ not to plagiarize their essays. (=to warn somebody not to do something in a kind way).
This software can _____________ plagiarism. (= to notice or discover something)
This was a _____________ case of plagiarism. (=something that is clear and easy to see.)
Many students are _____________ of the rules. (= having no knowledge of something).
There are _____________ for cheating (=very strict or harsh punishment)
Plagiarism is a _____________ of school rules. (=an action that breaks the law)
He plagiarized his essay _____________. (= not on purpose)
He used a _____________ in his essay. (= one or more sentences with "quotation marks" around them.)
They made mistakes with _____________. (=words like 'according to' or 'explains.' that show who said sth)
Please check this _____________. (= when you say the author's name in the body of your essay)
You need to _____________ this sentence. (=keeping the same information but using different words, grammar, and order so that it looks different than the original.)
You need to include the author's _____________ (=someone's education, achievements, experience etc that prove they have the ability to do something)
Students must use __________ format in their essays. (= a style of formatting with many rules. It stands for "Modern Language Association")
He finished his _____________. (= the final page of your essay, which lists all of the sources and important information such as title, date of publication, etc.)
Ex. The names need to be in _____________ (= putting entries in order by the first letters (a, b, c, d , etc)
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