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This presentation helps teachers model the process of evaluating the degree to which a source is academic when determining its credibility. Through teacher-directed metacognitive and source-analysis activities, students learn to consider factors such as the professionalism of a source and whether it is supported by evidence or a peer-review. Use this presentation to guide students through the Source Credibility Lesson 5: Academic - Student Hand-out.

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