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In our efforts to help educators teach students strategies for evaluating the credibility of sources, we recently released The Source Credibility Pack, which contains over thirty classroom-ready files to be used and adapted for middle school, high school, and higher education classrooms. 

These resources are designed around The Source Credibility Guide, which proposes a six-step process for evaluating the credibility of sources. Each step in the process is organized as a lesson with corresponding practice activities. Example resources include a teacher guide, lessons (videos and slides), practice hand-outs, pre-post assessments, and a rubric trait.

While some educators may decide to only access a few resources to target instructional or intervention needs, others may decide to integrate the source credibility resources as a comprehensive unit. The downloadable PDF below provides a suggested lesson sequence for teachers interested in integrating these resources as a unit.


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