Harry Potter Vs Alice In Wonderland

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Name:Date:Class:Marina has to write a poem about love for his English class. She feels she must be very lucky, because she wrote a paper about love last year for her Kazakh class-but it was in Kazakh. So she translates her own paper from Kazakh to English, changing very little, and hands it into his English teacher.Did Marina do anything wrong? Why or why not?Mr. ...view middle of the document...

Mr. John is very worried about whether or not his class will do well, so he gives them some information about what will be on the test (including some of the exact questions).Did Mr. John do anything wrong? Why or why not?Sasha and Laura are writing a research paper together about English writers. They know they must write their papers separately and not take each other's words, but they think it is fine to help each other research. Sasha finds a great book of English writers, and offers to share his notes on the book with Laura.Did Sasha and Laura do anything wrong? Why or why not?Two other students, Samat and Marat are also writing about similar topics. They know they must write their own papers separately, but they think it is okay to help each other research. Samat offers to share with Marat a list he has made of helpful books about his topic. Marat accepts Samat's help and looks up some of the books on the list, but reads them himself.Did Samat and Marat do anything wrong? Why or why not?

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