Plagiarism & Paraphrasing: “Read, Flip, and Write!”“read-flip-and-write”
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“…Plagiarism & Paraphrasing: “Read, Flip, and Write!”
Guest Post by Ben Pare
Program Consultant: Literacy
Burnaby School District

Does this sound familiar?
You’re up late reading student essays when suddenly you come across a student who has obviously plagiarized.
Feelings of disappointment may be followed by ones of frustration or anger.
This seems to be a common experience.
As a secondary English teacher and Department Head, the issue of student plagiarism seems to be ubiquitous. Every year the topic seems to come up at one point of the year or another. And, every year, it remains a challenge for schools and teachers on how best to respond… MORE > .(BCTELA )

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1 Response to Plagiarism & Paraphrasing: “Read, Flip, and Write!”

  1. KSS Library says:

    Reblogged this on the KSS Learning Commons.

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