This lesson plan is co-taught in the media center with a classroom teacher who has assigned a research paper. The students should have an approved topic but have not started their research. They will learn how to evaluate sources they can use in their research paper. Once they have at least one source chosen, the students will create and share a short screen recording showing the different elements of the source that make it a good choice for their research paper. Citations:Per A.J. Andersson, CC BY-SA 4.0 <https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0>, via Wikimedia CommonsCRAAP https://libguides.cmich.edu/web_research/craap#:~:text=CRAAP%20stands%20for%20Currency%2C%20Relevance,one%20method%20for%20evaluating%20content.
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In this lesson upper elementary students will learn about website evaluation and ways to help identify credible information on the internet. This lesson is to be taught in 3 or 4 thirty minute lessons