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CAN CHEATING BE STOPPED?

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Card 1

CAN CHEATING BE STOPPED?

1. Read the article and say in 2—3 sentences what it is about.

2. Is cheating becoming a problem in the USA and Britain? Read aloud the extract which says about it.

3. How do students cheat using the internet?

4. Why do students cheat?

1. Read the article and say in 2—3 sentences what it is about. (True/False)

The text is about cheating at school and university.
The author explains how and why students cheat.
The text is about unskilled teachers.
The author underlines that cheating has become a problem and should be stopped.
The author tries to teach how to cheat.
 

2. Is cheating becoming a problem in the USA and Britain? Read aloud the extract which says about it.

The paragraph to read is number .
 
 
3. How do students cheat using the internet?
They material from the Internet into their own essays without that they are using .
 
 
4. Why do students cheat?
There are some reasons why students cheat:
Students try to avoid the hard work of writing an original essay.
Teachers and examiners want them to fail exams.
They are interested only in passing their exams, not in broadening their minds.
Students want a degree only to help them get a good job.