Lesson Plan

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5 Responses to “Lesson Plan”

  1. Colleen Abbott says:

    This lesson allows students to learn how to gain information from various infographics.
    File: Colleen_Abbott_UsingInfographics.doc

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  2. Karen Thompson says:

    In this lesson students will identify credible sources.
    File: Karen_Thompson.CredibleSourcesLesson.doc

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  3. Kim Garbs says:

    This would be a great introduction worksheet to matching credible sources with selected issues. The teacher would stress the connection between what type of source is best for certain issues.
    File: ConnectingtheDots.docx

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  4. linda gaither says:

    Cindy–here is a lesson on making titles for articles. I was not sure what chapter or what tags. I am never good at tags. Let me know what you think please. thanks Linda
    File: gaither_linda_TitleTime.doc

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