Cabinet Assignment Mr. Ledesma
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How good are you at fact checking?
There has been lots of news lately about how many students and adults lack the skills in fact checking the information they find on the Internet. Here are some links to a Stanford Study and a video that shows the possible consequence of not fact checking.
NPR POD CAST - Stanford Study Finds Most Students Vulnerable To Fake News
NPR TRANSCRIPT - Students Have 'Dismaying' Inability To Tell Fake News From Real, Study Finds
WALL STREET JOURNAL ARTICLE - Most Students Don’t Know When News Is Fake, Stanford Study Finds
VIDEO - THE PROBLEM WITH FAKE NEWS
The 5 C’s of Critical Consuming.
#1: Context – Look at the context of the article. When was it written? Where does it come from? Have the events changed since then? Is there any new information that could change your perspective?
#2: Credibility – Check the credibility of the source. Does the site have a reputation for journalistic integrity? Does the author cite credible sources? Or is it satirical? Is it on a list of fake news sites? Is it actually an advertisement posing as a real news story?
#3: Construction. Analyze the construction of the article. What is the bias? Are there any loaded words? Any propaganda techniques? Any omissions that you should look out for? Can you distinguish between the facts and opinions? Or is it simply all speculation?
#4: Corroboration: Corroborate the information with other credible news sources. Make sure it’s not the only source making the claim. If it is, there’s a good chance it’s actually not true.
#5: Compare: Compare it to other news sources to get different perspectives. Find other credible sources from other areas of the ideological or political spectrum to provide nuance and get a bigger picture of what’s actually happening.
When we teach students media literacy, and they learn how to consume critically, they learn how to think critically. And critical thinking citizens are good for democracy. And that’s good for everyone.
THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN DECIDING IS IT REAL? OR IS IT FAKE?
How to Spot Fake News & Teach Kids to Be Media-Savvy Article from Tech News
Teaching Children How to Spot Real News From Fake News From St. Louis Post-Dispatch
10 Ways to Spot a Fake News Story From How Things Work Website
Search Me?! - Research Class
MRS. PERRY'S STUDENTS
Today you will have time to explore research options
for your topic. Here is a WORD doc to complete, save
to your locker & submit to Mrs. Perry. We will review it
Developing Research Video - (Laurie Library)
Link DatabaseVSSearchEngine FOR MR. BURKE'S CLASSES
AVID CLASSES: 1/30/17 - Quiz & Authority
Foothill Seminar Mr. Cristian
As you watch this video complete the note taking
page you will be given.
Anatomy or parts of a webpage WORD DOC
Apply elements of a webpage Worddoc
Ms Thompson UC Davis Educational Talent Search
Science Article Links
GALE Student Resources Data Base Scroll down to "Science & Health" to choose a topic.
SCIENCE DAILY is best known for showcasing the top science news stories from the world’s leading universities and research organizations. These stories are selected from among dozens of press releases and other materials submitted to ScienceDaily every day, and then edited to ensure high quality and relevance.
KIDS DISCOVER You will have to sign up to use, but it is free.
CONSTRUCTION - RESOURCES
The Role of the Teacher Librarian
Look at the DIGITAL SKILLS our students will need to be successful 21st century students.
Website Evaluation Guide-1.pptx - WEBSITE EVALUATION GUIDE POWER POINT
MATH OPEN RESOURCES - A free interactive math textbook on the web. Initially covering high-school geometry. http://www.mathopenref.com/index.html
VIRTUAL MATH NERDS: http://www.virtualnerd.com/
SOCRATIVE - join in on any device!
To join me at Socrative click here: http://m.socrative.com/student/#joinRoom
Type in FHSLibrary for room number and we can begin!
SAVE YOUR WORK TO SCHOOL LOOP!
Please remember to save all your work to your SCHOOL LOOP locker!
Do NOT save your work to the desktop - you may lose your work!
Plagiarism - What is it? How do you avoid it? What is Copyright?
Click here for an animated slideshow reviewing the problem of plagiarism. http://library.acadiau.ca/sites/default/files/library/tutorials/plagiarism/
Take this quiz about plagiarism from Monash University: http://www.lib.monash.edu.au/tutorials/citing/citing-quiz/quiz.swf
From the University of Southern Mississippi's library a Plagiarism Tutorial to help you understand what plagiarism is and how to avoid it. This site includes a pretest, tutorial and post test.
COPYRIGHT - This site includes topics such as:: the history of copyright law; the relationship between copyright and innovation; fair use and its relationship to remix culture; peer-to-peer file sharing; and the interests of the stakeholders that ultimately affect how copyright is interpreted by copyright owners, consumers, courts, lawmakers, and technology innovators. http://www.teachingcopyright.org/
COPYRIGHT & FAIR USE - learn what they are and how to use materials properly - http://21cif.com/tutorials/micro/mm/copyright/
Public Domain, Free Use & Copyleft Media - from Dulcinea, Librarians of the Internet - http://www.findingdulcinea.com/guides.html?topic=/categories/technology/free-use-media
LEGALLY RE-USEABLE MEDIA - http://beyond4walls.pbworks.com/w/page/59336520/Legally%20Reusable%20Media A wiki with lots of resources dealing with fair use, copyright, avoiding plagiarism etc.
Videos discussing PLAGIARISM:
By Common Craft: http://www.commoncraft.com/video/plagiarism
A Prezi about plagiarism: http://prezi.com/aplvxx64g8bm/copy-of-plagiarism/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=cop
Bibliography & Citing Sources/Templates
MLA CITATION BASICS - MLA 7th edition - click here for a 24 page explanation of MLA citations - from EasyBib
Parenthetical Citations (in text citations) Click on the link below for an explanation of the whys & hows of in text citation:
Sites to help you create a proper bibliography:
Citation Maker -MLA Secondary/Elementary & APA are available. Scroll down to the bottom of the page to find the CITATION MAKER http://secondary.oslis.org/cite-sources
CITING SOCIAL MEDIA - wondering how to cite Twitter, Youtube, Blogs etc. check here: citing social media
CITING AN IMAGE - click here to download a WORD document that will tell you how.
SON OF CITATION MACHINE - Citation machine helps students and professional researchers to properly credit the information that they use. Its primary goal is to make it so easy for student researchers to cite their information sources. http://citationmachine.net/index2.php?start=#
LITERACY EDUCATION ON LINE - this page will walk you through the process of writing an annotated bibliography
EASY BIB is an automatic bibliography composer. When you have sources you need to cite properly for your research paper, EasyBib will help you format your sources quickly and accurately. http://www.easybib.com/
MLA CITATION WIZARD - from 21st Century Information Fluency - http://21cif.com/tools/cite/mla/index.html
BIB ME - fast & Easy Bibliography Maker - http://www.bibme.org/
KNIGHT CITE CITATION SERVICE - http://www.calvin.edu/library/knightcite/
CITE THIS FOR ME HARVARD - https://www.citethisforme.com/
I NEED TO CITY MY SOURCES- from Oregon School Library Information System - http://secondary.educator.oslis.org/cite-sources
HOW DO I CITE..... http://content.easybib.com/
MLA Format en Espanol - MLA format in Spanish - http://www.cva.itesm.mx/biblioteca/pagina_con_formato_version_oct/mla.html
NOODLEBIB - Just need one or two quick citations? No need to log in or subscribe -- simply generate them in NoodleTools Express and copy and paste what you need into your document. Note: citations are not saved and cannot be exported to a word processor using this version of the tool. http://www.noodletools.com/login.php
How to Create a Bibliography in Google Documents - to learn how click on this link:
Looking for information about
Annotated Bibliographies? Try here:
Click here for a Power Point about
From Cornell University’s Library “How to Prepare an Annotated Bibliography" - http://olinuris.library.cornell.edu/ref/research/skill28.htm
OWL Purdue Online Writing Lab – Annotated Bibliography http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/614/03/
University of Maryland University College Video/tutorial on ‘HOW TO WRITE AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY"
School of Liberal Arts Indiana University University Writing Center, Preparing an Annotated Bibliography
Writing an Annotated Bibliography from Writing Across the Curriculum by Sandra Nagy -
contains clear breakdown of how to write an annotated bibliography, step by step and has many samples and examples for you to review.
What Are In-Text Citations? This Video will tell you: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R5igNRmKLug&feature=em-subs_digest
EasyBib MLA Visual Guides:
depending on your material, click on Part 1 or Part 2
Part 1 -Websites, Journals, Databases, Films & Videos, Photos & Digital Images, Books, Newspapers, Magazines & Chapters.
Part 2 - Encyclopedias, Interviews, Dictionaries, Bibles, Lectures, Reports, TV & Radio Broadcasts, Scholarly Projects, Blogs & Musical Recordings
The Purdue Online Writing Lab - OWL
MLA Formatting & Style Guide
APA Style Guide
10 STEPS TO BETTER WEB RESEARCH - Want to learn how to do better research on the Internet? This resource organized by Dulcinea Media is broken into 3 sections - "Where to search?", "Planning your research" and "Evaluating your results". http://www.sweetsearch.com/TenSteps
MLA TUTORIAL: From The University of Southern Mississippi, this site has a pretest, tutorial and post test to prepare you to use MLA style properly. http://www.lib.usm.edu/legacy/tutorials/mlatutorial/tutorialindex.php
ENCYCLOPEDIA.COM has more than 100 trusted sources, including encyclopedias, dictionaries, and thesauruses with facts, definitions, biographies, synonyms, pronunciation keys, word origins, and abbreviations. http://www.encyclopedia.com/
SHMOOP will make you a better lover (of literature, history, life). See many sides to the argument. Find your writing groove. Understand how literature & history are relevant today. Shmoop makes learning and writing more fun and relevant for students in the digital age. http://www.shmoop.com/
PUTTING THE RESEARCH PROCESS TO WORK - a step by step tutorial walking you through the research process (A project of the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia) http://www.usg.edu/galileo/skills/unit02/search02_01.phtml
ProCon is a nonprofit public charity that has no government affiliations of any kind. Their purpose is to provide resources for critical thinking and to educate without bias. We do not express opinions on our research projects. Go to: http://www.procon.org/
Creating Key Terms - check out this TACKK
A RESEARCH GUIDE FOR STUDENTS - There are writing guides, literature guides, and help you write your research papers. Scholars and librarians have collated some of the best resources for literary research and this site has the latest styleguides to guide you through footnoting, referencing and bibliographies. Explore our in-depth resources for key literary works or visit our ask & answer section to submit your research dilemmas. http://www.aresearchguide.com/
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS - Copyright/Fair Use tutorial
Spanish Stories, Vocabulary Practice & Recipes (Spanish & French) Sites
NOAH COMPRENDE is a PBS show that introduces children to the Spanish language through animated videos with embedded games. Go to Noah's homepage to see what is offered. http://pbskids.org/noah/index.html
This site has games in Latin, French, German & Spanish
http://www.dmoz.org/Home/Cooking/World_Cuisines/Latin_American/ Click on your country's name to link you to their food and recipes
http://www.world-recipes.info/ Recipes are listed by country or region. Look at the country list on the left side of the page, find your country and click
http://www.spain-recipes.com/ Authentic recipes from Span
http://mexican.food.com/ Food.com's mexican food section
http://user.xmission.com/~dderhak/recipes.html Favorite food recipes from Spain
http://recipesource.com/ Recipes are organized into two major groups - recipes primarily identified with an ethnic cuisine are broken down by region and ethnic group, while other recipes are categorized by the type of dish.
http://allrecipes.com/recipes/world-cuisine/european/spanish/ All recipes site with Spanish recipes.
http://www.spain.info/en_US/saborea/recetas/ Recipes from Espana
http://www.foodnetwork.com/regional-international/traditional-spanish-recipes/pictures/index.html The Food Network's Site - Traditional Spanish food.