Evaluating Resources Internet Website Research Primary Secondary Sources 6 7 8 9

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How can students tell whether a website is credible? In the 21st century, digital natives are restless to use internet resources, but lack the knowledge to evaluate their reliability.

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Students will have a thorough understanding of:
• Primary and secondary sources
• How to tell if an internet source is credible

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• NO PREP NEEDED. No copies to make, etc.
• Links to seven kid-friendly educational video clips with approximately 25 minutes of short video clips!
• Tools for further research
• A fabulous way to help students remember (an acronym) how to tell if a source is credible.
• Confidence to let students conduct research, knowing that they will be able to spot an unreliable source!


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Evaluating Resources Internet Website Research Primary Sec
Evaluating Resources Internet Website Research Primary Sec
Evaluating Resources Internet Website Research Primary Sec
Evaluating Resources Internet Website Research Primary Sec