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Develop, Use, and Revise Search Strategies
Identify Potential Sources
Great Lessons on Evaluating Sources from Our Previous Wiki
Evaluating Web Sites Assignment via Pensacola Catholic High School
Website Evaluation Form
The Ten Finger Method to Evaluate Websites
MANY activities, lessons, and tips for evaluating internet resources
- includes misleading
that can be used as a classroom activity. Give some students reliable sources and give others unreliable/false once. Have them do research and present to the class their findings on their source. Do not tell them that some are not reliable. This highlights the further need for the evaluation of internet sources.
Lessons and Resources
for Evaluating Website Content
- includes additional hoax
Mrs. V's Lessons
Adventures of Cyber Bee
Grades 9-12 Evaluation Activities
Grades 6-8 Identifying Good Sites
Grades 4-5 Rating Websites
Grades 2-3 Finding Good Sites
Grades K-1 What's a Good Site?
Kathy Schrock's Guide to Website Evaluation
- Very good
including step by step instructions.
Evaluating Internet Research Sources
- Practical ways to look at evaluating resources.
Evaluation Wizard for Websites
Using Information Responsibly:
Lessons for Teaching Students How to Use Information Responsibly
Plagiarism Lessons for Grades 9-11
The Purdue Online Writing Lab
Cyber Bee - Citing Electronic Resources
Resource Citation Including Email, ListServs, and Instant Messenger
MANY Citation Resources Including Elementary, Middle, and High School Students
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