May 19, 2012
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Looking for a few great lesson ideas for the last few days of school? Leading your students in an end-of-year research project?
We think you’ll love these video lesson guides we’ve developed with Common Sense Media. Full lesson plans are included with each one.
in the series; I'll get you started with three that will help teach your students Internet research skills in three steps.
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1. Find It
Improving Research Skills with Effective Keywords
Sure, our students know how to Google it, but do they know
how to use search
for academic purposes?
2. Evaluate It
Using Critical Thinking to Find Trustworthy Websites
I’m sure you feel like a broken record when it comes to reminding students that Wikipedia is not an ironclad resource, but how do you teach students to
make that decision
on their own?
3. Use It
Understanding "Fair Use" in a Digital World
As we work to support students in developing speaking and presentation skills, how do we help them
understand the role of media
in delivering a message with impact?
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