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Using Internet Primary Sources To Teach Critical Thinking Skills In Government, Economics, And Contemporary World Issues (libraries Unlimited Professional Guides In School Librarianship)

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Brand: Libraries Unlimited
Author: James M. Shiveley / Phillip J. Van Fossen

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Teachers of political science, social studies, and economics, also as school library media specialists, will find this resource invaluable for incorporating the Internet into their classroom lessons. Completing the activities for the lessons in this book will allow college students to evaluate the source of information, the content presented, and it usefulness in the context of their assignments. Over 150 primary source Net websites are referenced and paired with questions and activities designed to encourage vital thinking skills.

Along with every Web site, a summary from the site's contents identifies important major source documents such as constitutions, treaties, speeches, court cases, statistics, and other official documents. If I had been in this situation, would I have responded the extremely same way as the individual in charge? The questions and activites invite the students to log on to the Web site, read the information presented, interact with the data, and analyze it critically to answer such questions as: Who designed this document? Is the source reliable? How is the information useful and how does it relate to present-day circumstances? Strengthening these critical thinking skills will support prepare college students for both college and career inside the 21st century.

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  • Format: Kindle eBook
  • Pages: 274


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