Teach the essentials of digital literacy and research skills using Google Drive or One Drive with this bundled product.
Each unit sharpens students' critical thinking skills by engaging them in interesting, real-life learning tasks.
This BUNDLED product contains four Digital Literacy lessons that use Google Drive or OneDrive:
*Evaluating digital resources
*Understanding and analyzing bias
*The hows and whys of fact checking
*Understanding and using Wikipedia
Reasons to love this resource:
♥ helps students learn the 21 century skills they need to become savvy digital learners and navigate sources for research
♥ contains lessons to introduce research activities for any class
♥ ready to use today!
♥ strenghtens into critical thinking
Included in this resource:
Digital Literacy: What is Bias?
1.teacher resource with suggestions, answer key, writing rubric, classroom poster, student checklists
2. student digital notebook with:
♦ practice identifying bias language
♦ practice identifying biased writing
♦ extra practice for students who need more support
♦ writing lessons that have students apply the elements of bias to their own writing and analyze it
♦ writing prompt, prewriting graphic organizer
♦ analysis questions
♦ three online sources for students to analyze
♦ analysis questions for online sources
♦ compare/contrast activity that asks students to analyze two websites that offer opposing points of view
♦ post-lesson self-assessment
3. student digital journal with reflection questions
Digital Literacy: Can We Use Wikipedia?
• Two google drive digital notebooks that students type in, highlight, create graphs, and assess their learning.
1. The first notebook contains the lesson:
• Student survey activity with data collection and analysis -- survey peers, create a pie graph with data, analyze data to draw conclusions
• Graphing & highlighting instructions
• The history of Wikipedia, how it works, the good & bad, suggestions for use
• Analysis of two pages research entries
2. The second notebook is a reflection journal you can use for assessments, exit info, homework, or discussion starters. Higher level thinking questions.
• Daily lesson plans
• Answer keys
Digital Literacy: Teaching Students How to Evaluate Digital Data
• digital notebook with pre self-assessment, website evaluation questions, three practice evaluation activities, post self-assessment, summative assessment
• student list of websites that can be used to evaluate -- although you can use any website for students to evaluate
• teacher resource with links, student checklist (printable), student links, lesson plans, answer key, suggestions for use with Google Drive and One Drive
Digital Literacy: Teaching Students How to Fact Check
*Fact Checking Analysis of Stu Dent's research
*Real life application: Research hoax -- Eat chocolate! Lose weight!
*Fact Checking Basics
*Primary & Secondary Resources
*Comparison/Contrast of Primary & Secondary sources
*Analyzing primary resources
*Developing research questions
*Check these facts -- Fact Check Practice
*Journal with Reflection Prompts
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Want the paper version? Here it is!Bundle: Digital Literacy -- fact checking, bias, Wikipedia, evaluating web sites
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