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In this video, you will look back through the notes you took about your article and decide whether or not it is credible.

There may not be a clear answer to the question of credibility.

Look at all the evidence and decide what answer makes the most sense.

To begin, add a new row to your table.

In the last row, type “Is the article credible?”

To determine the overall credibility of your article, look at your table and review your observations about who, what, when, where, and why.

Think about the most and least trustworthy parts of the article.

Given all of your observations, do you think the article you chose is credible?

Type your decision in the last row of your table.

Then, write a sentence or two about how you came to your decision.

Then, move on to the next video to wrap up the lesson.

Now, it’s your turn: Review the observations you made about the article you chose, Add a new row to your table and type: “Is the article credible?”

Decide if your article is credible, And type one or two sentences about how you made your decision.

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  1. Review the observations you made about the article you chose.
  2. Add a new row to your table and type, “Is the article credible?”
  3. Decide if your article is credible.
  4. Type one or two sentences about how you made your decision.