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This worksheet guides students through the process of evaluating the origin of a source when determining its credibility. Through teacher-directed metacognitive and source-analysis activities, students are asked to consider factors such as a source's publisher or web domain. Use this hand-out with the Source Credibility Lesson 1: Origin presentation.

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