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Reliable Sources Powerpoint
This 24 slide powerpoint focuses on the reliability of sources both primary and secondary and is totally interactive for your students. It explains the differences between eye witness accounts, diaries, newspaper articles, internet sites, magazines, and tabloids. Created by Beverly Brown, it is fu
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Reliability of Sources Worksheet
This worksheet teaches the reliability of sources by visiting three different websites on Elvis Presley. Students are asked to examine each website for reliability and rank each one on a continuum scale. A key is included. It can be used with my Reliability of Sources Powerpoint. To purchase the
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Reliability of Sources, Research, & Reading Skills Powerpoint
This 33 slide powerpoint is the perfect review for several library skills including reliability of sources (primary and secondary as well as most objective and least objective), research skills, most focused research topic, writing book titles, and most appropriate source to support a research topic
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Effective Mediums & Reliable Sources Powerpoint
I use this to teach my students about effective mediums and reliable sources. This powerpoint has questions at the end for a short quiz. Please leave feedback if you download. Thank you.
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Fake News or Reliable Source Presentation
This presentation can be used to help students learn the difference between reliable sources and "fake news." The presentation defines "fake news" and covers aspects of online sources that can be used to determine reliability, including: authors, publication dates, citations, credibility of citatio
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ELA Writing and Research: Most Reliable Source + Irrelevant Sentence
This lesson is designed for 7th Grade ELA Students to learn, review, and master selecting a reliable research source and to determine which sentence is irrelevant to a paragraph. The lesson begins with notes about what a reliable source is followed by multiple-choice questions. Then, students take
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Reliable Sources and Research
Using internal documentation and citations is crucial to developing papers that "give credit where credit is due." The Internet has become a powerful tool for students to use in their research; unfortunately, it can also be negative tool if not used correctly! This PowerPoint presentation is helpf
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Credible Reliable Sources Online Handout Notebook Poster
This is a single page file that reminds and reviews credible and reliable online sources for student reference on research projects. The page includes: Definitions of primary and secondary sources How to "ICE" a quote: Introduce, Cite, and Explain Websites to NEVER EVER USE (Wikipedia, blogging
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Reliable Sources - Scientists are Informed
In this activity, students sort out examples of sources that scientists use for research, from most reliable to least reliable. In my classroom, I use this as a cooperative group activity, but it can also be used as an individual assignment. It includes of game cards ready to print, cut out and use
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Determining The Reliability Of A Source Grades: 4-8 Edition
Handout that discusses how to determine if a source is reliable. It's a great supplement to a research project and can be applied in any discipline. In addition, it includes a graphic organizer that accompanies any text they are evaluating. Using a catchy acronym, students rate the reliability of th
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Reliable Sources
Students have to learn how to use sources and what sources there are to use. These sources are based on 4th grade curriculum. Check out this sources game to go with it! https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/items/edit/1779420
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Reliability of Sources worksheet - US/Global/World History
Reliability of Sources worksheet Great for any U.S. History or Global/World History class! Worksheet contains a series of short T/F statements connected to source reliability. After students circle true or false, the class can easily engage in a discussion about which sources can or cannot be trust
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Reliable Sources
Lesson summary The teacher will begin by setting students up to participate in a humorous skit about why reliable sources are important. The teacher will then guide students through a Google Presentation that will involve instruction, modeling, student exploration and class discussion. The lesson en
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Internet Searches and Reliable Sources
The product includes a overall unit lesson plan based on using Google, with plans for 4 individual lessons (Creating Queries, The Search Results Page, Using Filters, and Reliable Sources). There are 4 Powerpoints, made up of 73 total slides. The PowerPoint has extensive notes included with the slide
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Avoiding FAKE NEWS & ADVERTISEMENTS! Finding Reliable Sources on the Internet
This is a powerpoint presentation with student engagement in mind! This slideshow will teach your students how to find information online that is reliable and true! Showing students that there is more than just Google!!! Students will learn how to evaluate websites and stay away from FAKE NEWS and
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Evaluating The Reliability Of A Source:  High School Edition
Handout that discusses how to determine if a source is reliable. It's a great supplement to a research project and can be applied in any discipline. In addition, it includes a graphic organizer that accompanies any text they are evaluating. Using a catchy acronym, students rate the reliability of th
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Research Writing: Reliable Sources and Plagiarism
In this interactive PowerPoint presentation, the students will learn how to find reliable sources for research writing. Students will also discuss plagiarism and how to avoid it.
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Reliable Sources Powerpoint - Test format examples with images!
This powerpoint has sample questions regarding which source you would use to find information on a certain topic. Each slide has a question with 4 choices, and each choice has an image to match.
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Fake News or Reliable Source Worksheet
This two-page worksheet can be used by students to determine if online sources can be considered reliable or "fake news." I give my middle school students four articles (two legitimate and two "fake news" articles) and have them analyze the articles using this worksheet. This worksheet can be us
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Finding Reliable Sources Handout
This is a quick handout that will help students find and choose quality, reliable sources. It gives them quick clues/hints and screenshots from Google searches to help students identify a good source before even clicking on it.
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Elementary Gallery Walk Experiential Activity on Internet Reliability Sources
Experiential Exercise Gallery Walk on Checking Source Reliability. My Forever Freebie for the #Weholdthesetruths and #Kindnessnation TpT Project! This activity asks students to complete two separate gallery walks. One of the walks provides correct information while the other provides incorrect inf
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Poster Abraham Lincoln Reliable Sources
Poster of Abraham Lincoln taking a "selfie" with quote "Don't believe everything you read on the internet"- Abraham Lincoln Humorous way of reminding students to find reliable sources
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Reliable Sources Handout
Students can sometimes have difficulty determining if the site they are using for academic research is reliable or not. Go over this hand out with them to explain what is reliable and what is not. Students should use this handout as a guide when researching.
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How Reliable Are the Sources? PowerPoint Presentation
This resource is a way to frame information as students begin to investigate and analyze the sources the news uses. I recommend using this resource alongside my News Literacy Unit. This PowerPoint provides information around how to judge the reliability of the sources in the news. It does not inc
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