An example of the Plagiarism Google Slide Show and the Sample Pet Essay are available in the drop down box.
Plagiarism Google Slide Show- Please just watch, DO NOT MAKE
These Plagiarism instructions are not being used. Move down to Pet Essay: Begin here. Objective: Each student will design a slide show describing plagiarism and how to avoid it.
Rubric: A grade= 14-15 slides, B= 12-13 slides, C= 9-11 slides, D= 7-8 slides, anything less than 7 slides is not a complete assignment. Requirements: 7-15 slides. Project is graded on how many slides you make and following the instructions completely for each slide listed below.This is a requirement to be completed for all English courses.
You must have a G mail/google.doc account to complete this and the second assignment. Accounts are free and must be made off campus from Stockton School for Adults.
1st slide - title, first & last name, English class, and AM or PM class. NO PICTURE, please.
2nd - 14th slide (possible ideas)
Put one picture on each slide # 2 - 14 a.) Define plagiarism b.) Name the different types of plagiarism c.) Tell why students shouldn't plagiarize and why d.) How to be avoided e.) What are the consequences in school or at a job site f.) How do you properly cite work, pictures, etc.
Slide 15 - "Work Cited" slide. Cite your source(s) for words and pictures used; web pages, books, newspapers, magazines, internet sites, etc
Submit slide show by clicking on the "blue" share box in the top right corner. Enter the teacher's Gmail account: firstname.lastname@example.org
***Begin Here*** Writing Sample Assignment:
Sample: write a three to five paragraph writing essay in Google docs. Prompt: Having a pet is an important experience in life.
Essay could include: 1. An introductory paragraph with a hook and thesis sentence.(hook & thesis both underlined) 2. Three body paragraphs, each with a topic sentence underlined. 3. A concluding paragraph which restates the thesis sentence (called a clincher sentence; underlined) and summarizes your argument. 4. Try underlining your hook, thesis, clincher and topic sentences in your essay draft before hitting the "blue" share button.
Submit writing sample assignment to Mrs. Scott's Gmail account at :