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Paraphrase or Plagiarize: Step by Step Guidelines to Support ESL Students

Updated: Jan 13

Finding “your own words” is hard, especially when “your own words” are not in your own language. The difficulty of finding these words makes ESL students particularly vulnerable to suspicion and charges of plagiarism from instructors. When you find your (otherwise wonderful) students copying word for word, what's going on? And how can you teach them, step-by-step, to avoid this dangerous trap? Get hands-on practice and resources.

This webinar is a part of the third Maryland Adult Education Virtual Training Institute - Hosted December 2020. The facilitator for this session was Karen Nelson from Prince George's Community College.

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