Shell Education Information Literacy: Separating Fact From Fiction, Grades 3-8 Item # 9742085
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Being constantly connected to the world via mobile devices and the Internet can provide students with a flood of information, but not all of it is useful or even true. This workbook provides teachers with strategies on ways to educate kids on how to think critically about what they read and see each day.
- Contains explanations and activities to help students learn how to critically evaluate the flood of information that comes their way from the Internet, television and other online sources.
- Provides kids with tips and tricks on reasoning effectively while reading blogs, websites and social media sites.
- Designed for students in grades 3 to 8.
|age recommendation||7-14 years|
|grade||3rd grade; 4th grade; 5th grade; 6th grade; 7th grade; 8th grade|
|number of pages||216|
|size||8" x 11"|
|subject||communication; language; language arts; reading; teaching resources|