2.11 - Web Literacy/Credibility

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This lesson will equip students with a basic primer on credible sources on the Internet. Students will begin by identifying how they know if a source on the internet can be trusted for reliable information. Then, with a partner, they will brainstorm two different types of websites they have used and identify the defining characteristics of information on that type of site. Next, students will be introduced to three elements of determining credibility: the URL, information on the perimeter of the site, and the sources referenced. To practice, students will perform a Google search to identify two sites and determine whether they are credible.

Creator: Kate Meixner
Submitter: Kate Meixner
Created on: 10/27/2015

This Resource is included with HSLE - Health Science Curriculum

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