Digital Literacy - Research and Fact Checking {Google Drive}

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When we teach research, it's a great time to address fact checking. This valuable skill helps students navigate the information they're exposed to every day. Teach them to determine the credibility of what they read...from emails to web sites.

This is a digital resource for Google Drive or One Drive.

Fact checking helps students develop the critical thinking skills they need to determine the validity of the information they receive online and through other media sources -- especially when they are conducting research.

This resource uses real-life examples and guided practice to help students feel confident in accurate research.

Suitable for Gifted & Talented, middle school, and high school students.

Ready to go paperless?! This is a digital resource that can be used on Google Drive or One Drive.

This resource includes:
*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
*Summative Assessment
*Answer Keys

***Ready to teach! Just Add Students!

When you download this product: you will receive two links. One is for the digital fact checking lessons and the other is for the digital reflection journal. You will also receive a separate file that includes suggestions for teaching and the answer key.

This resource is also available for print!
Digital Literacy: Teacing Students How to Fact Check

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You may also be interested in these resources to help teach Digital Literacy and Research Skills:

Digital Literacy: What is Bias?

Digital Literacy: Can We Use Wikipedia?

Digital Literacy: Teaching Students How to Evaluate Digital Data

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20
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Teaching Duration
2 Weeks

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Digital Literacy - Research and Fact Checking {Google Drive}
Digital Literacy - Research and Fact Checking {Google Drive}
Digital Literacy - Research and Fact Checking {Google Drive}
Digital Literacy - Research and Fact Checking {Google Drive}