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Sharon Nicholls

ETEC 580
March 14, 2018

Evaluating Websites Lesson Plan

Grade Level: 11

Materials: CRAAP Test Check Off List, computers with internet access for students to
use to do research, projector, laptop, and speaker. Google Slides Presentation:
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Hv-
FIz9GpjvwgomtXvVcXw5fxTwrlhfiRNlNW4Rq_TI/edit?usp=sharing

CCSS - Standards
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.W.11-12.8
Gather relevant information from multiple authoritative print and digital sources, using
advanced searches effectively; assess the strengths and limitations of each source in
terms of the task, purpose, and audience; integrate information into the text selectively
to maintain the flow of ideas, avoiding plagiarism and overreliance on any one source
and following a standard format for citation.

Student Learning Outcomes

SLO #2: Synthesize leadership principles within the practice of information and
educational technology. For example, collaborate with educational partners to support
student learning.

SLO #3: Apply instructional design principles to locate, evaluate and develop
educational materials

SLO #4: Integrate theoretical perspectives to review, interpret, and apply research in
learning technology.

SLO #6: Design, develop, implement, and assess learning experiences.

Modifications
This class is very diverse and made up of EO, RFEP, and low EL students. In my

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presentation, I will begin the lesson by reviewing the vocabulary so that I frontload the
language they will need to access the information presented. In addition, I will ask
students to engage in constructive conversations using sentence frames to guide the
discussion. I will group the students that need translation together in the front to
support them with translation. I will also include a presentation that integrates images
and video for second language learners.

I. Lesson Procedure
A. Share the student learning objectives with the class.
1. Students will understand and utilize the CRAAP Test criteria for evaluating web
sources.
2. Students will identify web sources with accurate, relevant, and current
information.
B. Introduce relevant vocabulary to the students.

1. Evaluate (v) to judge or determine the quality of something.


2. Accuracy (n) freedom from error or defect; precision or exactness; correctness.
C. Think/Pair/Share: Students will engage in a conversation about what it means to
evaluate online sources. Teacher will quickly debrief after conversations.

1. Evaluating a web source is important because__________.

2. One way to evaluate a web source is by ________________.

D. Read cartoon and watch video about why we evaluate sources. 3 minutes

1. Discuss video (3 minutes)

E. Define what the CRAAP Test is using the Google Slides presentation: Students can
take notes to add information to their sheet.

1. Current:
a. When was the information published or posted?
b. Has the information been revised or updated?
c. Are the links functional?
2. Relevance: The importance of the info for your needs.
a. Does the info relate to your topic or answer your question?
b. Who is the intended audience?
c. Is the information at an appropriate level?
3. Authority:

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a. Who is the author/publisher/source? (Person or Organization)
b. What are the author’s credentials, qualifications, and organizational
affiliations?
c. Is there contact information? (e-mail address)
4. Accuracy: The reliability, truthfulness, and correctness of the content.
a. Where did the information come from?
b. Is the information supported by evidence? (works cited)
c. Can you verify the info in another source?
d. Are there spelling, grammar, or other typographical errors?
5. Purpose: Why the site was created?
a. To inform or explain?
b. To entertain?
c. To persuade?
d. To sell?
e. Is the information fact? Opinion? Propaganda?
f. Are there biases?
II. Lesson Procedure for Direct Instruction
A. I Do: Teacher models: “I have been assigned to do an informational essay
about gun violence in school.”
1. I open the first link and look to the CRAAP test questions to see if the
website I choose meets my criteria.
2. I model checking off the box if it meets the criteria and demonstrate what
evidence I found on the website to meet the criteria.

B. We Do - Guided Practice: Ask the students to help me look up the next website.
Ask students if website meets the criteria by checking the CRAAP questions.

C. You Do- Independent Practice: I will present a new topic. Performance


enhancing drugs in sports. Students will select two websites to check against
the criteria chart and write explanations for each one.

Assessment: Students will use the vocabulary in their notes from their presentation
and the chart to describe why they think the website is credible or not. They will write
one explanation for each website.