Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning

CREATIVE THINKING LESSON ONE: Plagiarism

LANGUAGE ARTS - Standard 4: Gathers and uses information for research purposes. Topics 1/2: Writing format/research. Benchmark 9: Understands the meaning and consequences of plagiarism and distinguishes own ideas from others.

CREATIVE THINKING LESSON TWO: Copyright, Fair Use, and Respect

TECHNOLOGY - Standard 3: Science, technology, society, and the individual. Topic: Ethics, the law, and technology. Benchmark 6: Copyright violations and possible penalties.

LANGUAGE ARTS - Standard 10: Media characteristics and components. Benchmark 11: Ethical responsibility. Knowledge/skill statement 4: Understands copyright laws.

CAREER/BUSINESS EDUCATION - Standard 11: Electronic communications and information systems legal implications. Level IV(3): Knows copyright and trademark laws.

CIVICS - Standard 3: Sources, purposes, and functions of law. Standard 8: American constitutional government.

 

American Library Association’s Information Literacy Assessment

CREATIVE THINKING LESSON ONE: Plagiarism

LIBRARY RESEARCH - Standard 5: Information, Social Context, and Ethical and Legal Issues. Assessing Academic Integrity, Plagiarism, and Scholarly Accountability – Francois Performance Indicator 5.3: Acknowledges use of information sources in communicating the product or performance. Outcome 5.2.f: Demonstrates an understanding of what constitutes plagiarism and does not represent work attributable to others as his/her own.

CREATIVE THINKING LESSON TWO: Copyright, Fair Use, and Respect

Standard 5: Information, Social Context, and Ethical and Legal Issues. Assessing Compliance with Information Policies, Laws, and Regulations – Francois Performance Indicator 5.1: Ethical and legal awareness. Outcome 5.1.d: Demonstrates an understanding of intellectual property, copyright, and fair use of copyrighted materials. Performance Indicator 5.2: Follows laws, policies, and etiquette of access/use of info. Outcome 5.2.e: Legally obtains, stores, and disseminates text, database, images, or sounds.

Both lessons also tied to various standards of the American Association of School Librarians including Empowering Learners (2009) III. Building the Learning Environment, V. Policies re: copyright and plagiarism; Standards for the 21st-Century Learner (2007) 1.3.3; 1.3.4; 1.3.5 - Responsibilities related to respecting copyright/intellectual property rights of creators and producers; Information Literacy Standards for Student Learning (1998) by the American Association of School Librarians - Primarily Standard 8, Indicator 2: Respects intellectual property rights (understands fair use and plagiarism).

 

NCTE/IRA's Standards for the English Language Arts

CREATIVE THINKING LESSON ONE & TWO

Standard 5: Students employ a wide range of strategies as they write and use different writing process elements appropriately to communicate with different audiences for a variety of purposes.

Standard 6: Students apply knowledge of language structure, language conventions (e.g., spelling and punctuation), media techniques, figurative language, and genre to create, critique, and discuss print and nonprint texts.

Standard 7: Students conduct research on issues and interests by generating ideas and questions, and by posing problems. They gather, evaluate, and synthesize data from a variety of sources (e.g., print and nonprint texts, artifacts, people) to communicate their discoveries in ways that suit their purpose and audience.

Standard 8: Students use a variety of technological and information resources (e.g., libraries, databases, computer networks, video) to gather and synthesize information and to create and communicate knowledge.

Standard 11: Students participate as knowledgeable, reflective, creative, and critical members of a variety of literary communities.

Standard12: Students use spoken, written, and visual language to accomplish their own purposes (e.g., for learning, enjoyment, persuasion, and the exchange of information).

 

Kentucky’s Combined Curriculum Document (CCD)

CREATIVE THINKING LESSON ONE: Plagiarism - Document sources/provide attribution

Writing Standards - Middle Grades

EL-7-WV-U-5; EL-7-WV-S-7; WR-M-3.6.0

Writing Standards - High School

EL-12-WV-U-4; EL-12-WV-S-7; WR-HS-3.6.0

CREATIVE THINKING LESSON TWO: Copyright, Fair Use, and Respect - Intellectual property related to technology ethical use and technology for original creation and innovation

Technology Standards - Middle Grades

T-MS-SESI-U-3; T-MS-SESI-S-EI1 thru EI6

T-MS-RIPSI-U-3; T-MS-RIPSI-S-R2

T-MS-RIPSI-U-5; T-MS-RIPSI-S-I2 and S-I4

Technology Standards - High School

T-H-SESI-U-3; T-H-SESI-S-EI1 thru EI5

T-H-RIPSI-U-2; T-H-RIPSI-S-R1

T-H-RIPSI-U-4; T-H-RIPSI-S-I2 and S-I5

 

Ohio's Academic Content Standards

CREATIVE THINKING LESSON ONE: Plagiarism - Document sources/provide attribution

English Language Arts – Writing Applications Standard (Grades 8-10) Benchmark D, Indicator 4d & 4e; Benchmark E, Indicator 5b & 5d

English Language Arts – Writing Applications Standard (Grades 11-12) Benchmark C, Indicator 3a; Benchmark D, Indicator 4c

English Language Arts – Research Standard (Grades 8-10) Benchmark B, Indicator 2; Benchmark C, Indicator 4; Benchmark D, Indicator 5 & 6

English Language Arts – Research Standard (Grades 11-12) Benchmark B, Indicator 2; Benchmark C, Indicator 4; Benchmark D, Indicator 5 & 6

English Language Arts – Communication Standard (Grades 8-10) Benchmark E, Indicator 8b & 8e

English Language Arts – Communication Standard (Grades 11-12) Benchmark D, Indicator 10b

CREATIVE THINKING LESSON TWO: Copyright, Fair Use, and Respect - Intellectual property related to technology ethical use and technology for original creation and innovation

Technology – Standard 2: Technology and Society Interaction (Grades 6-8) Benchmark D, Intellectual Property

Technology – Standard 2: Technology and Society Interaction (Grades 9-12) Benchmark D, Technology and Ethics

Technology – Standard 5: Technology and Information Literacy (Grades 6-8) Benchmark A, Evaluating Sources; Benchmark B, Conducting Research

Technology – Standard 5: Technology and Information Literacy (Grades 9-12) Benchmark A, Evaluating Sources; Benchmark B, Conducting Research

Technology – Standard 5: Design (Grades 6-8) Benchmark A, Inventors/Inventions

Technology – Standards 5: Design (Grades 9-12) Benchmark A, Intellectual Property