1. Finish up your CRAAP Test Cornell Notes from last period. Complete the following steps in the next ten minutes:
Once you have answered all the CRAAP Test questions, write a five-sentence summary about your article's credibility. Include the following:
- How credible is this article overall? What evidence do you have for this?
- What are points in favor of this article's credibility?
- What are points that made you question this article's credibility?
- Would you use this article as a credible source of research in a project on this issue? Why? Why not?
Exit Ticket (write into the Summary section of your Cornell Notes):
- What is the most important thing about analyzing a source's credibility that you learned today?
- What do you still struggle with when it comes to determining a source's credibility?
- How will you apply what you learned today to news and other articles you see and share on social media?
Once you have done this, resubmit your CRAAP Test Cornell Notes for the CRAAP Test Assignment on Canvas.
2. Make a copy of the Issue Assessment worksheet and answer all the questions on the sheet for the issue of cell phone use in the classroom. You may work in partners or as a group.
3.Propose a solution: Based on the issue assessment you just completed, what would be a possible solution to the issue of cell phone use in the classroom? Be sure to consider both collective and individual implications and responsibilities. In your group, draft a five-sentence solution for this issue:
- Sentence 1: What should be done?
- Sentence 2-3: What evidence do you have that this would work?
- Sentence 4-5: What would be the consequences if someone doesn't follow the rule?
4. Exit Ticket (include this on the bottom of your Issue Assessment):
Write a 5-sentence response, addressing the following points:
- What did you take away from what you learned this period?
- What connections did you make?
- What were your points of confusion?
- Finish up CRAAP Test Notes (and resubmit on Canvas!) with your summary and exit ticket
- Issue Assessment and proposed solution for cellphone use in the classroom
- Exit Ticket