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It's About Copyright

Copyright terms for grades 3-5

Fair Use Allows limited copying of copyrighted material for educational and research purposes.
Copyright symbol The letter "c" with a circle around it.
Plagiarism Copying someone else's work and passing it off as your own work.
Self-plagiarism Reusing something you have created for a previous assignment and turning it in as if it is new work.
Original Work created by a person with no outside help.
Common Knowledge Information that everyone knows and does not have to be cited. Example: George Washington was the first U.S. President.
Paraphrase Rewording information into your own words.
Public Domain Items that have no copyright and so can be copied or borrowed from. Usually items where the copyright has expired.
How long a copyright lasts 70 years after the author or artist has died.
Limits on amount of text 10% or 1000 words, whichever is less.
Limits on amount of music 10% or 30 seconds.
Limits on number of images 5 or less by one artist or photographer.
Limits on video 10% or 3 minutes, whichever is less.
Copyright A law that says the work (writing, music, artwork, etc.) created by a person can not be copied, published or sold by another person?
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