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Evaluating Sources
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Question:
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Source 1Source 2Source 3
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Title:Title:Title:
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Link:Link:Link:
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Author:Author:Author:
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Date:Date:Date:
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RichnessRatingExplanation of RatingRichnessRatingExplanation of RatingRichnessRatingExplanation of Rating
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HighHighHigh
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MediumMediumMedium
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LowLowLow
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RelevanceHighRelevanceHighRelevanceHigh
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MediumMediumMedium
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LowLowLow
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AccessabilityHighAccessabilityHighAccessabilityHigh
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MediumMediumMedium
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LowLowLow
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CredibilityHighCredibilityHighCredibilityHigh
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MediumMediumMedium
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LowLowLow
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DefinitionsEvaluation
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RichnessAre there links, images, embedded videos, etcetera?
Above Grade Level Work (100%)
Explanations are specific to both the article and the criteria.
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RelevanceDoes the source relate to your question?At Grade Level Work (85%)Explanations are specific to either the article or the criteria.
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Accessability
Is the source easy to understand and well organized?Below Grade Level Work (65%)Explanations are general, and not specific to the article or criteria.
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CredibilityIs the source trustworthy - from an intelligent person or organization?Incomplete Work (50%)Explanations are incomplete.
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