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I'm a passionate educator, experienced tutor and a part-time teacher.
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How to Teach Freshman Students Avoid Plagiarism

Posted on April 29, 2016 at 9:53am 0 Comments

How many times have you received student work that was quite suspicious? I mean, you look through them and they seem fine and well written, but you have this gut feeling that something isn’t quite right. Sometimes it’s obvious when a work has been copied, especially when it’s too perfect or highbrow for a freshman to have produced it. And sometimes you just suspect there’s something wrong with the work without any clear indications.

What is the problem?



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At 2:15am on May 17, 2019, Dr. Ronald G. Shapiro said…

Happy Birthday, Leona!!! Ron

At 1:35am on May 17, 2018, Dr. Ronald G. Shapiro said…
Happy Birthday, Leona!!! Ron
At 1:50am on May 17, 2017, Dr. Ronald G. Shapiro said…
Happy Birthday, Leona!!! Ron
At 12:05am on May 17, 2016, Dr. Ronald G. Shapiro said…
Happy Birthday, Leona!!! Ron
At 8:22am on April 22, 2016, Scott Habeeb said…

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