Read through the following examples.
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“Source material” refers to the original source that a student reads and is using in their essay. Then, that source material is followed by student examples using that source material in their own essays. Your task is to determine whether this excerpt is plagiarized and give your reason for saying “yes” or “no.”

Your response should look like this:
Source Material #1:
Student Version A (Is it plagiarized? Yes or No. A sentence or two explaining why.)
Student Version B (Is it plagiarized? Yes or No. A sentence or two explaining why.)
Student Version C (Is it plagiarized? Yes or No. A sentence or two explaining why.)
(and so on)

It’s okay if you’re not sure. We’ll discuss this in class to clarify, but read carefully and try to take a guess here to be prepared for our discussion.

(2) Review the final Essay 1 assignment on Classes under “Resources.” The document is titled “F20_CAS_Essay 1 Drafts and Final Assignment.”

In preparation for beginning to draft the essay, write a 250- to 500-word proposal for Essay 1. In this proposal, in paragraph form (rather than just listing answers) answer the following questions:
Which source will be your primary text? Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s “The Danger of a Single Story
What is the main question related to this source that your essay will highlight?
Why is this question a strong question for an essay?
What additional source(s) will you use? How will this source (or these sources) serve to “yes, and” or “yes, but” an idea in your primary source? In other words, how will this source (or these sources) help you develop an idea that extends and goes beyond the idea in the primary text? What sorts of things would you like to keep in mind in the process of drafting your essay?

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