Topic: Do my us history homework answers
July 20, 2019 / By Ephah Question:
O.k, I am taking my classes online, I have a history class where our instructor gives us different questions and we chose which one we want to answer, then we have to pick a classmate answer and also do a peer post. Well, My cousin was here when I completed my assignment and she decided to search the questions on the internet. As I was looking through my classmates post, to see which one I wanted to comment on, My cousin stopped me. And realize one of the students copied word for word the same answer to the same question someone had previously asked 2 years ago on yahoo messenger and she turned it in as her own. So I decided to look at all her post and compare and low and behold she has been doing it the entire time for every single lesson.
Would I be wrong to point this out to our instructor that she is not doing the assignment? I mean, isn't that plagiarism?
Cindra | 5 days ago
A lot of people might disagree with me, but I would point it out. It is not fair for her to get the grade without doing the work. Most schools and instructors take cheating and plagiarism very seriously and for good reason. Who knows what this student's future ambitions are? Say, if she were to become a nurse and was administering your medications, would you feel comfortable knowing that she cheated in school and may not know what she is doing? If you do decide to say something to the instructor try to do it anonymously or ask the instructor to be discreet.
It has nothing to do with you and isn't hurting your grade. Leave it alone and let her dig her own grave, she'll be found out sooner or later.