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This Educator guide presents an overview of the resources contained within the Evaluating source credibility pack. Descriptions and direct links are provided for the videos, hand-outs, classroom activities, and assessments, as are suggestions for their implementation.Note: These resources were designed with flexibility in mind. Educators may choose to conduct activities as a comprehensive unit or may prefer to select individual resources that suit their instructional needs.Download this file to open and/or print the Educator guide in a .pdf format.
A full-color classroom poster to anchor the six-step process of evaluating source credibility.
A video introducing the importance of evaluating the credibility of sources and an overview of all six steps.
An open-ended self-assessment of source credibility factors for use before and/or after instruction.