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Cheating: Pressures, Choices and Values

17 minutes 57 seconds

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Explores why young students may resort to cheating. More importantly, viewers are challenged to consider their own values and integrity. Various scenarios portray different types of cheating: a student copies a friend’s homework because she fears she doesn’t have enough time to do the work herself; a boy enhances his essay by plagiarizing articles on the Internet; a tennis player tries to avoid being cut from a team by falsely calling her opponent’s balls out; a high-achieving student must decide whether to give a popular student test answers as a sign of friendship. After each scenario, a moderator asks viewers about the characters’ choices, what the potential consequences are, and what values should be considered when making such choices.

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Runtime: 17 minutes 57 seconds

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