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Evaluating the Reliability and Credibility of Sources

Evaluating the Reliability and Credibility of Sources
Evaluating the Reliability and Credibility of Sources
Evaluating the Reliability and Credibility of Sources
Evaluating the Reliability and Credibility of Sources
Evaluating the Reliability and Credibility of Sources
Evaluating the Reliability and Credibility of Sources
Evaluating the Reliability and Credibility of Sources
Evaluating the Reliability and Credibility of Sources
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Worried about your students not being able to decipher fake news from opinion pieces or credible sources? This activity (which is part of a larger unit on source evaluation) has students closely examine three different sources. One is fake news, one is an opinion column from Sports Illustrated, and the other is a well-researched article from the Associated Press. As students research the sources and evaluate the support for the claims, they learn to see that some sources are more effective than other and some are even just plain false.
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