Cheating in Schools
There have been many recent reports, and research studies about cheating among students in schools. There are many different versions of cheating: copying home work, looking at another individual’s test paper and plagiarizing. This serious issue affects many students throughout their education and should be dealt with. Cheating in schools, caused mainly by students’ fear of failure or their inability to match the exam requirement skills, has a negative impact on the students’ personal life and their academic attitude as well. Body Paragraph:
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Being afraid of failure is considered as the most important reason as to why students engage in exam cheating. This is because some students think that they will be in a big problem in case of exam failure. Some of the perceived problems are parents who always complaining every time a student gets bad marks . Other students are afraid because they think that their friends and relatives might laugh at them and look down at them . While others might be more serious and think that exam failure will result into dark educational futures. Paragraph 2: Effect 1:
Students that copy other student's work are hurting themselves in the long run. Their creativity level drops every time they copy or have someone else do their work. After some time of copying , the student's ability to think creatively and successfully decreases. "Educators must continue to socialize students of all ages about the importance of maintaining high ethical standards," (Glazer 222). Also, students also begin to lose the sense of responsibility when they have other people do their work. They don't feel that they have to do any effort to get a good grade in a certain exam , only that as long as they turn in a paper, their thoughts or not, they will receive credit for the assignment along with a passing grade. Paragraph 3: Cause 2:
Some other students tend to cheat in exams because they are...
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