“If you don’t want the teacher to know you are doing it, it is probably plagiarism.” That’s the motto at our school, but the American Heritage dictionary defines plagiarize as taking the work or idea of someone else and passing it off as your own. This includes not only the written word, but images, videos, music,
and other forms of creative expression.
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