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What Cheating Means to me Cheating the way of the dishonorable student It is usually defined and interpreted by many people as the way a person procrastinates something until the last minute of the due time That person usually gets desperate because of the on coming bad mark or just plain out does not like to do hisher own work So to make up for the time lost during the procrastinating that person goes to a person heshe has convinced to aid them in cheating either by sweet talking them or plain out of the other person fear of their remarks if they do not cooperate with them and gets the answers from them In order to prevent this the teacher usually keeps a close eye on hisher own students Even that way the teacher cannot stop their students from cheating Some teachers like to make several versions of their work for students to have a hard time cheating But there is only so much a teacher can do Students work in almost the same way nature works Nature like in the movie Jurassic Park w as being forced to stop from working the way it should Even when the scientists in the movie made it hard for nature to do its work it still found a way around Well in the same perspective students do the same They will try and they will prevail in evading the firewalls setup by the teacher to stop them from cheating It is nearly impossible for the teacher to stop their students from cheating For the cheating to stop the teacher would have to do one of two things I think are the best for stopping the students from cheating ONE the teacher would have to teach different things to each and every student in each class That is impossible for one teacher since heshe may have up to 4 classes packed with students and that kind
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