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Internet Research: How to Search, Select, Cite Credible Sources
How do you use a search engine, like Google or Bing, to locate information online? What we assume comes naturally for our students of the Digital Age is actually a complex process that requires instruction and scaffolding. Students need guided practice in this process that requires many skills and d
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Credible Source Analysis Teaching Bundle: Source Credibility for Google Drive
Now, more than ever, students need to learn information literacy skills and have the ability to analyze what they read and view online for accuracy, credibility, and bias! This purchase includes a 2-3 day lesson plan with the materials needed to teach students how to independently evaluate digital
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Research:  Credible and Not Credible Sources {Common Core Aligned!}
This outstanding product is a great resource to help your students become expert researchers. The handouts and student activities provided in this purchase will fine tune your students' ability to asses the credibility of a resource during research. Check out the preview to see what handouts and
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Evaluating the Credibility of Sources Packet
Often overlooked, evaluating the credibility of sources is a key step in conducting research. Adaptable for any type of classroom, this packet allows students to assess almost any source based on the user friendly mnemonic "Buffalo Rides Are Certainly Deadly". Once your students have this mnemonic d
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Credible Source Vocabulary Posters
Help your students have a better understanding of identifying credible sources through these vocabulary posters. We suggest hanging these posters up in your classroom during your nonfiction writing unit to refer back to as students begin their research. These posters really helped our students be mo
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Credible Source Check (DONUTS)
A easy way to help students check whether the source is credible--does it have DONUTS? My students got a kick out of this, and it helped them remember what to check for when determining credibility. Helps with part of CCSS that require students to find credible sources.
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Credible Sources Worksheet
A worksheet of URLs for the students to explore and decide if they think the website is credible or not, it's a bit difficult because they are actually all fake websites!
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Credible vs Non-Credible Sources for safe research
Credible vs Non-Credible Sources for safe research → Planning a research project for your students? Want to show them how to properly research? → This product will help you achieve that! Included are: - Credible vs non credible notes page - Answer page for the notes page - Credible source che
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Media Literacy:  Credible Sources in the Media
This entertaining introduction to current events in the popular press is sure to bring plenty of laughs in your classroom. The two-day lesson presents students with objective criteria for assessing the credibility of popular press reports with an emphasis on evaluating the individual report rather
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Credible Sources (DONUTS) practice
A variety of website links are provided for your class to practice a credibility check as a class (7 websites with a variety of problems) and for your class to practice individually (7 websites with a variety of problems). Answer key provided. Use this with the Credible Sources Check (DONUTS) hando
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Credible Sources Lesson
Students will learn about the acronym CRAPP to help them identify credible sources in research. Includes a warmup, lesson plan with group work, links to videos, and an exit ticket. A worksheet is added to help your researchers test if a website is credible.
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Media Literacy:  Motives and Credible Sources in Current Events Coverage
One of the major challenges in teaching media literacy skills revolves around helping students see past their personal ideological blind spots to evaluate the credibility of any particular report. The pervasive tendency to label sources of information as credible or not often sets up a power strugg
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Finding Credible Sources for Student's Writing (Featuring: The Credible Hulk)
Featuring: The Credible Hulk! This packet includes: Introduction and T-chart comparing credible and NON credible sources (p. 1) 5 Questions to help determine whether a source is credible (p. 2) Sources Sort/ sorting credible and non credible sources (p.3) Annotation of a Non credible source (p.
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Evaluating the Reliability and Credibility of Sources
Worried about your students not being able to decipher fake news from opinion pieces or credible sources? This activity (which is part of a larger unit on source evaluation) has students closely examine three different sources. One is fake news, one is an opinion column from Sports Illustrated, and
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Credibility Lesson - Powerpoint on Locating Credible Sources
This powerpoint defines "REAL" - the acronym to help students remember how to locate credible sources when conducting research. This was specifically used in a research class with middle school students, but can be used at various ages.
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Credible Source Newsletter
This is a newsletter I created to give to students to decide if a source is credible or not. It discusses how to break down a source, and includes a hyperlink to another source to further investigate a website. I created this using my Mac, so if there is an issue with the formatting, please let me
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Credible Sources - How Can You Tell?
I created this 3-day unit because my students have always had difficulty with how to assess if a website is credible or not.
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Evaluating Credible Sources
Identifying Evidence-Based Claims, and examining biases in the media. This resource allows students to analyze different news outlets to determine which one has a more valid argument. This is intended for 6th graders, but could be adapted for any secondary ELA/SS class.
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Credible source treasure hunt - English
Is best accompanied with "fake news" slideshow.Asks students questions about various sources to prompt them to identify elements that make sources credible.
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Finding a Credible Source poster
This 11 x 18 poster provides students a visual and cues when looking for credible sources to incorporate into their writing.
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Identifying Credible Sources Worksheet
This handout takes students through the process of identifying credible sources while conducting research. The step by step process makes it easy for students to work at their own pace and incorporate their findings into their writing.
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Bias and Credible Sources-Interactive Student Notebook Notes
This editable template focuses on bias and credible sources. It is sized for Interactive Student Notebooks and includes a modified, regular, and KEY for optimal use in a differentiated classroom.
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Evaluate Credibility of a Source when researching
I made this powerpoint based on the information I got from this site, http://www.wikihow.com/Evaluate-the-Credibility-of-a-Source great information and I put it all in powerpoint with pictures, for FREE for you teachers! :)
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Credible Sources Evaluation Chart
This chart is helpful in lessons that teach students to evaluate credible sources. I used a combination of tabloids, government publications, and other news sources such as CNN, NBC, etc. that all covered the same topic. Students used this chart to compare and evaluate the sources.
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