Searching and Evaluating the Internet
SO YOU THINK YOU HAVE ALL THE ANSWERS
In this day and age of digital media it is important that you know and understand how to search and evaluate information found on the Internet.
Objectives: By the end of this series of modules and lessons, you will know the parts of a web page, understand the criteria for evaluating web resources, and learn how to analyze a web site for information.
Remember: Just because it looks' good', doesn't mean that it is true or accurate!!!
As you work through these modules with your teacher, you will be looking through assigned web sites, playing a few games, watching videos, using forms in Google Docs., post to a blog, writing short answers, and having group discussions. There will be one grade given for the entire unit of study.
Each lesson will require different activities. You will find the activities listed under each lesson tab.
Module 1 Pre-assessment
Module 2 - Details of a Web Page
Module 3 - Purpose, Authority, Objectivity, Appropriateness & Relevance
Module 4- Currency, Responsibility, clarity, Accessibility, Hoaxes
Module 5- Reading and Locating Information
Module 6- Post Assessment
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- Library Orientation
- Signing In and Out of the Library
- Searching and Evaluating the Internet
- Test Prep Practice Sites
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