Plagiarism Avoidance

Last updated 3 years ago First published 09 August, 2017

This decision tree helps students to avoid plagiarism and to know when to consult with the teacher.

Education,Plagiarism,Academic Honesty English Rating: ALL ages Shortest path: 3 nodes Longest path: 5 nodes Possible solutions: 4
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  • Is it possible for someone to look at your work and think that someone else's words, ideas, information, and/or organization were yours? NO. YES. I'M NOT SURE.
  • Either make the source very clear (including correct citations where appropriate) or completely redo the unoriginal part(s) so that the work is entirely your own and not based on someone else's. Discuss it with your teacher and edit as needed until both you and your teacher are 100% sure that your work is completely original and you have successfully avoided plagiarizing. If you make any edits that change your answer to the first question, do this decision tree again..
  • Discuss it with your teacher and edit as needed until both you and your teacher are 100% sure that your work is completely original and you have successfully avoided plagiarizing. If you make any edits that change your answer to either of these questions, do this decision tree again..
  • It's your responsibility to be correct and 100% sure about this. Are you sure? YES. NO.
  • If you make any edits that change your answer to either of these questions, do this decision tree again..
  • Discuss it with your teacher and edit as needed until both you and your teacher are 100% sure that your work is completely original and you have successfully avoided plagiarizing. If you make any edits that change your answer to either of these questions, do this decision tree again..