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This worksheet guides students through the process of determining the overall credibility of multiple sources. Through educator-directed metacognitive and source-analysis activities, students are asked to consider all factors that impact the credibility of sources: origin, author, purpose, perspective, academic, and relevance. Use this worksheet with the Source credibility comprehensive (final) lesson presentation.Download this file to display and/or print the worksheet in a .pdf format.
A multiple choice self-assessment of source credibility factors for use before and/or after instruction.
A comprehensive assessment of students' learning about source credibility for use at the end of the instruction.
A singular rubric trait for evaluating the credibility of sources in an essay or performance task.