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3rd – 5th Grade Search Lesson

3rd – 5th Grade Search Lesson
In this lesson we will be focusing on learning if you can trust a website based on its looks. We will use the great fake site Students in this age love this site and easily get sucked in to all the great pictures and writing about how great this island is for dogs. A fun place to start the conversation on authenticating your resources. A look at the search result for the linkto: have a discussion about this page and how using linkto: can help tell us who is linking to a web page. Downloads this Lesson Google Docs Format 3-5 Search Lesson Plan (490.8 KiB, 8,631 hits) Other Search Lesson Plans K-2 Lesson Plan Reasoning

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Understanding the Complexities of Fair Use, Creatively and In the Classroom (Image Source) Dawn Thomsen from the Lamp reached out recently to share some resources that can help teachers and students understand Fair Use. We were just discussing this in the Emerging Information Technology course I teach at The College of Westchester, so it really struck a chord. 5 Good Places for Students to Find Public Domain Images On a fairly regular basis I'm asked for suggestions on places to find public domain images. I have a handful of go-to sites that I usually recommend. Pixabay is currently my first recommendation for a place to find and download quality public domain images. You can search on Pixabay by using keywords or you can simply browse through the library of images.

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