Culture and Generation Z
Culture: the shared characteristics, behaviors, and knowledge of a particular group of people; in essence, culture is the shared everyday happenings (language, food, music, the arts, symbols, social habits, etc.) of a group of people that is different from another cultural group.
Potential keyword search terms:
Online Citation Generator
How Students Plagiarize:
•Copying and pasting from the Internet
•Copying directly out of print resources (books, newspapers, etc.)
•Buying or borrowing papers
•Not citing sources
•IT’S EASY FOR STUDENTS TO DO, BUT EVEN EASIER FOR TEACHERS TO FIND.
Avoid Plagiarism by:
Purpose: To use critical thinking skills while exploring a topic through the research process (making notes and creating a Works Cited page using an online citation tool).
Websites (3 sources required):
"The 6 Living Generations in America"
NPR Series on "Millennials"
"Generation X: What's in the Label?
"How Generations Get Nicknames"
"Move Over Millennials, Here Comes Generation Z"
(Article from Mrs. Tully)
"Make Way for Generation Z"
"How to Spot a Member of Generation Z"
"New Research Explores How Technology Drives Generation Gap"
(see chart on bottom of article)