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Critical Evaluation of a Web Page - Kathy Schrock
Grades6 to 8
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Help students to become savvy Internet users with this nicely structured lesson plan, complete with print-friendly handouts. Students are asked to brainstorm characteristics that make...more
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Help students to become savvy Internet users with this nicely structured lesson plan, complete with print-friendly handouts. Students are asked to brainstorm characteristics that make a Web page useful, use a critical evaluation tool to analyze an actual site, determine if the information is real or bogus, and reflect on the importance of carefully evaluating information found on a Web site. Aligned to standards.
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In the ClassroomUse this lesson as an introduction to an Internet-based research project, Web hunt, or WebQuest.
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