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How Dangerous is Dihydrogen Monoxide? - buILder lesson - Geared toward 11th and 12th graders, this lesson links to a set of websites that would promote an indepth discussion with mature students about whether the web sites provide reliable information. (for a lesson to use with 7th -10th graders, see the "Would you ban DHMO?")


Would you ban DHMO? - buILder lesson - Geared toward 7th through 10th grade students, this lesson provides links to websites that will require the students to do a little sleuthing to decide if they have reliable information to answer the question.

What you see is what you get? - a lesson for students to create a report on different websites


Standards and rationale for teaching information literacy