|Direct Quote||A direct quote is any sentence that conveys the primary source’s idea word-for-word.|
|Diversity||Diversity is an appreciation for differences among individuals and groups.|
|Ethical Feedback||Ethical feedback is descriptive and explanatory feedback for a speaker. Ethical feedback can be positive praise or constructive criticism.|
|Ethical Listener||A listener who actively interprets shared material and analyzes the speech content and speaker’s effectiveness.|
|Ethical Communication||Ethical communication is an exchange of responsible and trustworthy messages determined by our moral principles.|
|Ethical Standards||Rules of acceptable conduct, that when followed, promote values such as trust, good behavior, fairness and/or kindness.|
|Ethics||Ethics is the process of determining what is good or bad, right or wrong in a moral dilemma.|
|Global Plagiarism||Global plagiarism is plagiarism that occurs when a speaker uses an entire work that is not his/her own.|
|Hate Language||Hate language is the use of words or phrases that isolate a particular person or group in a derogatory manner.|
|Incremental Plagiarism||Incremental plagiarism is plagiarism that occurs when most of the speech is the speaker’s original work, but quotes or other information have been used without being cited.|
|Listening||Listening is the process of interpreting, or making sense of, sounds.|
|Morality||Morality is the process of discerning between right and wrong.|
|Paraphrase||A paraphrase is any sentence that shares learned information in the speaker’s own words.|
|Patchwork Plagiarism||Patchwork plagiarism is plagiarism that occurs when one patches together bits and pieces from one or more sources and represents the end result as his or her own.|
|Plagiarism||Plagiarism is when one passes off another’s work as his/her own or neglects to cite a source for his/her information.|
|Social Awareness||Social awareness is the recognition of important issues that affect societies.|
|“We” Language||“We” Language includes the use of pronouns and phrases that unite the speaker to the audience.|
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