Trust / Mistrust Markers Lesson
I can recognize trust and mistrust markers in web-based articles.
I can describe trust and mistrust markers using web page vocabulary.
I can correctly classify trust and mistrust markers.
Recall role of Misinformation in hurting our response to COVID19
On a slide, brainstorm things on web articles and pages that make us mistrust or trust them.
Open Today's Assignment, a Trust-Mistrust Note Catcher with URLs
On the slides, go through 4 mistrust and 4 trust pages, see what markers we find.
Add to our list with new markers on a slide. Try to find example pages for them.
Submit the note-catcher in Classroom.
Complete the 10-question Exit Ticket.
Assignment: Trust and Mistrust Markers T Chart
This is a list of URLs from slides we are looking at, followed by two lists of "Markers" (things you see on the page that "mark" it as to be trusted or not).
When you identify a marker, begin it with the number to the left of the URL where you saw it, as with the "Daily Caller" example.
You can use more than one marker from a page if you find more.
When we’re done going through the pages on the slides, you can add other Trust and Mistrust Markers, either without [urls] (if you don't have page examples) or by adding more URLs to examples you find.