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This presentation helps teachers model the process of determining the overall credibility of a source. Through teacher-directed metacognitive and source-analysis activities, students learn to consider all factors that impact the credibility of a source: origin, author, purpose, perspective, academic, and relevance. Use this presentation to guide students through the Source Credibility Final Lesson Hand-out - Scaffolded.

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