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This video guides students through the process of evaluating the degree to which a source is relevant when determining its credibility. Key factors for consideration (such as whether the information is outdated and the types of sources the task requires) are illustrated. Use this video in conjunction with the Source credibility lesson 6: Relevance presentation and the Source credibility lesson 6: Relevance - Student worksheet.Note: This video is hosted on YouTube. Prior to streaming, contact your IT Specialist to ensure the site is unblocked (whitelisted).
A presentation to guide educator-directed practice activities focused on evaluating the relevance of a source.
A student-centered resource to accompany practice activities focused on evaluating the relevance of a source.
A presentation to guide educator-directed practice in applying all six steps of evaluating the credibility of a...