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CRAAP Test Rumble

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CRAAP Test Rumble

  1. 1. Getting Started 1. Leave your book bags and large items against the bookcases or wall. 2. Grab one of the orange checklists from any table. 3. You may use your phone or tablet. 4. You may keep a ballpoint pen handy if needed. We’ll provide your Sharpies for the activity! 5. Get seated quickly—don’t be picky because you won’t be sitting long!
  2. 2. 1 Infographic on a Blog 2 Viewpoint Essay, Gale Opposing Viewpoints Database 3 Magazine accessed through a database, MasterFILE Elite 4 Research journal article from a database, Academic Search Complete 5 Online periodical/magazine article (The Verge) 6 Web page from a website (White House .gov) 7 News Podcast from NPR 8 Editorial in a newspaper (accessed online)
  3. 3. Respond individually Small Group Discussion Large Group Quick Share
  4. 4. Original photography by Buffy Hamilton Original photograph by Buffy Hamilton
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  9. 9. Publication info about the article Writing prompts to help you
  10. 10. 1 Infographic on a Blog 2 Viewpoint Essay, Gale Opposing Viewpoints Database 3 Magazine accessed through a database, MasterFILE Elite 4 Research journal article from a database, Academic Search Complete 5 Online periodical/magazine article (The Verge) 6 Web page from a website (White House .gov) 7 News Podcast from NPR 8 Editorial in a newspaper (accessed online)
  11. 11. READ/SKIM the article (hard copy or online) Focus on a specific aspect of the CRRAP test Respond appropriately
  12. 12. Use the CRAAP test writing prompts at each table and/or your orange checklist to write a response about the information source. Be specific! 1
  13. 13. Written Conversation PromptsThis source is current and timely because…… This source is relevant to the research topic of exploring the digital divide because… This source is credible and authoritative because…. This source is accurate, reliable, objective, and or correct because…. The purpose of this source is to…..
  14. 14. Examples  This source is credible and authoritative because the “about page” clearly identifies the expertise and qualifications of each writer.  Although this source is a “.com” site, it is trustworthy because the content is a magazine publication and identified the author’s credentials.  This source is current and timely because the publication date, 2011, cites specific research and examples that are still relevant in today’s society and to the research topic.  Although this source has a slight bias evident in the language, I would judge it to be appropriate to use because the author cites specific facts and has a Works Cited list at the end of the essay.
  15. 15. Try to maximize your writing time and keep your pen moving. Use your CRAAP test checklist for reference if you are getting stuck for ideas. 2
  16. 16. Compose and respond quietly--- channel all your conversation energy into the paper for this first round of written responses. 3
  17. 17. CC image via https://www.flickr.com/photos/kylesteeddesign/41091425 87/sizes/l
  18. 18. What did most people notice about your information source at your table? List at least 2 ideas 1. 2. How would your group rate this source in terms of authority on a scale of 0-5 (zero worst, 5 the best)? WHY? Give at least 2 specific reasons. 1. 2. Which area of the CRAAP test do you think this particular source at your table is the strongest in? WHY? Information Source at Your Table: (indicate the number, please)_________
  19. 19. 1 Infographic on a Blog 2 Viewpoint Essay, Gale Opposing Viewpoints Database 3 Magazine accessed through a database, MasterFILE Elite 4 Research journal article from a database, Academic Search Complete 5 Online periodical/magazine article (The Verge) 6 Web page from a website (White House .gov) 7 News Podcast from NPR 8 Editorial in a newspaper (accessed online)
  20. 20. Small Group Share Look at the comments people wrote for the information source at your table. Discuss with your members at your table. Use the graphic organizer provided to write a quick response for our large group share out. Be prepared to share your responses in our “lightning round” big group share!

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