Evaluating The Reliability Of A Source: High School Edition

Evaluating The Reliability Of A Source:  High School Edition
Evaluating The Reliability Of A Source:  High School Edition
Evaluating The Reliability Of A Source:  High School Edition
Evaluating The Reliability Of A Source:  High School Edition
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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 their sources and justify their rating using textual evidence.

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Keywords: Research, Interdisciplinary, Determining the Reliability of a Source, Credibility, English, Literature, English Language Arts, high school
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Evaluating The Reliability Of A Source:  High School Edition
Evaluating The Reliability Of A Source:  High School Edition
Evaluating The Reliability Of A Source:  High School Edition
Evaluating The Reliability Of A Source:  High School Edition