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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
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Photo credit: Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/cph.3f05409 We've recently accepted many requests to join this wiki, and we're delighted to welcome new contributors. However, some of you may be looking for the Information Literacy blog at http://infolitweb20.blogspot.com/2008/05/information-literacy-meets-library-20.html. Enjoy!
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