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  • Students will have a tool to use to evaluate websites and any other source of information.

Lesson Objectives

  • Students will identify connotative words in media.
  • Students will identify the impact of author’s choice of connotative words.
  • Students will extract the facts from the feelings.

Lesson Objectives

  • 1) Students will learn to be comfortable but critical when looking at health websites for diagnosis (though it will be stressed that a real live medical professional should be consulted for any final diagnosis, questions, etc.)
  • 2) Students will have a few go-to reliable resources for getting more information about their symptoms, possible diagnosis, possible treatment
  • 3) Students will learn how to read a webpage for pertinent information.

Lesson Objectives

  • Students will learn the acronym TRAAP to help them remember the criteria for evaluating websites.
  • Students will apply TRAAP criteria to evaluate website validity and determine credibility of sources.

Lesson Objectives

  • By the end of the lesson students will determine whether three sources found on the internet are likely to be accurate by considering three accuracy of informaiton questions as measured by their written responses and their sharing of findings with the class.

Lesson Objectives

  • Provide tools for students to examine images for possible digital enhancement and explore how this affects our perception of reality, specifically, how being very lean may affect pregnancy.

Lesson Objectives

  • Students understand that there are multiple ways to read a website/ source to evaluate credibility and reliability.