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Student Ethics When it comes to the topic of student ethics, most of us will readily agree that it has gotten steadily worse in the digital age. Cell phones and computers have made cheating that much easier for high school students. Cheating has become an epidemic of the modern age. There are many reasons and ways that students cheat on their homework or tests. The decision can be intentional and planned days ahead of time or they can be as last minute as looking at the test next to them.
Students when getting caught cheating always have an excuse to why. In the article,“Cheating Perceptions and Prevalence Across Academic Settings” by Kelly Honz says,” Students often blame their cheating on teachers’ failure to explain cheating adequately.” Honz explains that students will make up anything than to say the truth. Honz also explains that students feel that the teacher doesn’t give them a good understanding towards the teachers ways in academic dishonesty. As cheating continues in U.S. Schools, the aftereffects are starting to greatly take on. In Today’s age, The effects of cheating go further than a couple of assignments.
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Supporting Point (2 Marks) Lack of effort in studies is now a serious problem in our society. Thanks to the advanced technology nowadays, many students are addicted to the new technology inventions which later give rise to this problem. They are willing to spend much of their time in playing online games, social networking then doing their study or reading books. Some of them may even play truant. In the consequence, they were unable to keep up with what have been taught during class and results in cheating when exams.
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