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Do your students tend to hit "share" "like" or "retweet" before checking a source is legitimate? Can your students determine the difference between a credible source and fake news? Do they know what to look for when analyzing articles, online material, tweets, and images for credibility? Do they und
I teach my students this acronym to help them determine if a website is credible. Together as a class we do website #1–a not credible website . I do this to show them how the test works. Next I give them a question to “research.” They have to apply the CRAAP test to those websites they found. Final
"Since humans have used language to communicate, strategies have been developed to trick one another. In the past, these strategies have included propaganda, scams, deception, and more. In today’s internet era, students struggle with these tricks and others – like information abundance, data filter
Teaching students about how to find "good" sources for research is tough, unless you have the right tool. This modified CRAAP test can be used for any research project and will help your students think more critically about what they are using for research, project, and learning. This college-level
The CRAAP Test Adapted from Meriam Library, California State University Not sure if a website is reliable to use for your research? Put it to the test! Use the criteria of Currency, Relevance, Authority, Accuracy, and Purpose to evaluate the usefulness of an online source for your research! A s
This is a handout/worksheet that is useful for determining the credibility of web sources for use in papers. Students work together to evaluate the source's currency, relevance, authority, accuracy, and purpose to decide if their source is CRAAP or not!
"Since humans have used language to communicate, strategies have been developed to trick one another. In the past, these strategies have included propaganda, scams, deception, and more. In today’s internet era, students struggle with these tricks and others – like information abundance, data filter
The CRAAP Test Unit is a detailed 5 day set of lessons, leading students from the introduction of the CRAAP Test, through practice and mastery of it 5 days later. The CRAAP Test Unit includes:5 Detailed Daily Lesson Plans2 Ready-to-go Premade Google Slides Presentations3 Printable ActivitiesLinked L
This handy chart for how to spot Fake News will be a great addition to any lesson on how to evaluate news and sources for credibility. It will also be a great handout for students and parents. Give out in the classroom, the media center, guidance and school office, parent meetings or anywhere you ca
This is just a brief slideshow that goes over the CRAAP test to evaluate resources. I use this with my students to discuss whether or not a resource off the internet is valid. This is provided as a link to the fully editable Google Slides Presentation and as a Powerpoint presentation. There are 6 sl
This is a power point file that contains two slides with editable dossiers (you could easily copy the slides to make more) where, after locating a source via research, students must then complete a dossier for that source that helps them assess whether the source is reliable using the CRAAP Test. Th
This is a poster I created to help my students analyze the validity of online articles and book sources. This listing is for a digital high resolution (1600 x 13178 pixels) image. Note: printing is best for an 18 x 24 size poster.
Are you needing great resources for your wall?! Do you have a visual resource for evaluating sources?!This huge 10368 x 6912 pixel download is perfect for you.I worked to synthesize a variety of resources to provide a simplistic overview for when students evaluate sources. Questions associated with
Poster with questions for evaluating digital sources, using the CRAAP method. Suitable for middle school and high school.
How do you know if sources are credible? The CRAAP Test helps students quickly assess a source and gets them one step closer to building an amazing paper. This resource is a great addition to writing units of any kind (informative, argumentative, research), and can be easily tweaked to fit a variety
This is an editable Google form introducing the Netflix docudrama "The Social Dilemma." It can be used as an introductory activity by itself or paired with the self-grading movie guides, divided into four parts for ease of use over one week of standard 40-60 minute class periods.
This is the slideshow presentation I created to go along with the CRAAP Test lesson plan.
These cards are excellent for students to reference when evaluating sources for credibility. The front is completely dedicated to checking a source using the CRAAP Test (currency, relevance, authority, accuracy, and purpose). The back includes a media bias chart, url's to various fact checking web
The CRAAP (Currency, Relevance, Authority, Accuracy, Purpose) Test for determining if a source is good or not. This lesson was used with a high school AP US History class, but can be tailored to meet your needs.Fully written lesson plan, including CCSS and AASL standards, Exit Slip and Graphic Organ
Students use CRAAP acronym to go through websites to evaluate reliability.
Used by librarians, the CRAAP test helps students analyze if their potential source is current, relevant, accurate, authoritative, and what its purpose is. This worksheet is used in the first two days of my research unit to ensure that students pick sources that are good and reliable.
The CRAAP test to evaluate sources of different kinds.
This is a poster that explains the CRAAP research process. My students found this very helpful in Seminar & Research. You can print this as a handout or on a plotter printer as a poster.
Students will evaluate a chosen/given website and give it a score based on the CRAAP criteria.

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