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Comparing On-line Search Engines On My Honor By: Marion Dane BauerMarion Dane Bauer
Pre-Test Name two search engines that you would use to find information: –_____________________________
General Learner Outcome Self Directed Learner - I am responsible for my own learning Complex Thinker - I can think critically and problem solve. Effective and Ethical User of Technology - I can use a variety of technologies effectively and ethically
Standard 1 Reading Conventions Use knowledge of the conventions of language and texts to construct meaning for a range of literary and informational texts for a variety of purposes –Benchmark LA.6.1.2 Use grade- appropriate online and print sources to research a topic.
Information Literacy Standard 3 The student who is information literate evaluates information critically and competently. Benchmark: 3.2 Integrates new information into one's own knowledge
MAPS Materials –Internet access –Paper / pen Attitude – I can make technology work for me Place – seated at a computer Setting - Library Media Center
Hook - Fact or Fiction? 1) Starved Rock is a made up place. 2) Vermilion River is now a safe river to explore and have fun.
Essential Question How can I find information efficiently and effectively?
Learning Goal 1 of 2 6 th grade students will create and use a list of 6 key words that brings up relevant information on the safety of Starved Rock and Vermillion River.
Learning Goal 2 of 2 6 th grade students can create a table comparing their search experience using Ebsco and Google
Performing Skills I can: –Brainstorm a list of keywords to search my topic –Explore the sites found and the information given –Select as a class one article that best answers our question –Create a table comparing my search experience using Ebsco and Google
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