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  • Alexandra Duarte

    A Magical Guide to Avoiding Plagiarism By using a Harry Potter theme, Kate Hart explains our students when and why they need to properly quote their sources. Why not print it and use it in class or in the school library???

  • Renée Frat

    Avoiding Plagiarism, explained with Harry Potter characters. Kate Hart: Citing Sources: A Quick and Graphic Guide

  • Heather Creech

    A Magical Guide to Plagiarism: I'm so torn! Do I put this on my "Teaching stuffs" board or on my "Hogwarts" board?!?!? Now, THAT'S a real word nerd problem!

  • Amanda Eskeets

    Oh goodness. Avoiding plagiarism with Snape's approval. @Tasha Salisbury this made me think of you, you smarty-pants English teacher!

  • Amira Judeh

    Avoiding Plagiarism Harry Potter style!- a MUST for middle school!

  • ClassroomIQ

    One of the best Avoiding Plagiarism Infographics that we've come across. Do you have any suggestions of others? #class #teacher #student #learn #school #college #ideas #tips

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Citing Sources: A Quick and Graphic Guide from Kate Hart (did I cite this ok?) This is great - such a fun tool for middle school learners. Excellent tool to get them on the right path on understanding how to cite source and avoid plagiarism

"Magical Guide to Avoiding Plagiarism" based on Harry Potter characters:

Another great infographic! This one provides a great example of the Socratic process.

Plagiarism, Harry Potter Style

Have to save this for the kids when they are old enough to write papers...haha.

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Ten minute guide to the Constitution could be used as intro to lesson. Students could work with partner/group to find out info and then jigsaw with members of class.

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