Internet Search, Safety, and Plagiarism

Internet Search, Safety, and Plagiarism

Author: Janice Davis

By the end of this lesson, each student will be able to:

  • analyze a website as a credible source or not.
  • determine quality search questions or topics to narrow the internet focus to some viable sources.
  • identify what plagiarism is and how to avoid it in written work.
  • paraphrase information from the internet into his/her own words and avoid plagiarism.

Have you ever looked up a topic on Google and found over a million hits?  It's easy to do with today's vast world-wide-web!  In this lesson, Tim & Moby are going to direct you on some key things you should always look for when searching the internet for a research project.

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Internet Safety and Plagiarism

The worksheet that goes along with these videos is a link on your GCB titled "Internet Searching, Safety, and Plagiarism."  You need to write your notes in that file. 

Internet Search, Safety, and Plagiarism with Tim & Moby

Tim & Moby, from Brain Pop, guide you through the "do's and don'ts" of internet research and online safety in these comical videos. Watch carefully as they will help you in finding the correct answers to your online notes page.