Plagiarism is a major problem academic offense in high school and in college. It has been brought to the attention of teachers, Deans’ offices, and the President offices since it is an unethical academic practice in which students copy others works (Plagiarism- What it is and how to avoid it). If detected, it could result in students being placed on suspension or being suspended, losing credit and receiving a zero for the assignment, or even failing the course. Plagiarism is not tolerated in any class whether high school or college since it deprives one from learning. Plagiarism is the stealing of someone else’s work in which the student does not do their own work but copies others. This student then takes this work as their own and submits it for the assignment instead of trying to paraphrase it and copies it word by word with major changes in the writing style and content without using the correct citations. There are several different types of plagiarism (What is Plagiarism?). They are: 1. Clone is copying the exact same words as the author used in their writing by placing them in their assignments and then submitting it. 2. Hybrid is copying the paragraphs word by word without citing the sources in which the student got their information from. 3. CTRL- C is copying important information from one source but different paragraphs. 4. Mashup is when one copies different materials from various sources. 5. Find- replace is altering certain terms and sentences while recalling vital information from the source. 6. 404 Error is using citations from sources that do not exist or are wrong (What is Plagiarism?). 7. Remix is when one uses different paraphrases that would fit together in their assignments in which they gathered from different sources. 8. Aggregator are students that does not show their original work but uses someone else by gathering certain citations from different sources. 9. Recycle in plagiarism is using the author’s earliest works without citing...
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