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In this extension, you will design a poster in Google Drawings to teach others how to evaluate the credibility of online content by asking key questions.

Creating a poster is an effective way to share information visually, which enables people to read and understand your message quickly.

A poster that explains how to evaluate credibility can be a convenient reference guide for you.

As you create your poster in Google Drawings, you will: Type the five W questions, And choose at least two additional elements, such as lines, background color, or an image.

To begin, open a new browser tab and go to Google Drive.

Then, create a new drawing.

Name your drawing.

Add text to your poster.

Type a title.

Align the text.

Then, create one or more text boxes for the five W questions.

Add at least two more elements to your poster.

For example, you may want to: Change the font style or color Choose a background color Add lines or shapes Or insert images.

To insert an image from the internet, search for the image and make sure you have the right to use it.

Resize and move the image until it fits on your poster.

You can also resize and move the text boxes.

Great work!

If you have time, continue to add design elements to your poster to create your own masterpiece.

Hang your poster near your computer or somewhere in your classroom to remind people how to evaluate sources for credibility!

Now, it’s your turn: Open a new drawing, Name it, Add text to your poster, And add at least two additional elements.

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Insert a Footnote to Cite a Source
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Design a Credibility Poster
Create a poster in Google Drawings to teach others how to evaluate the credibility of online content by asking key questions.
Create a Credible Public Service Announcement
Write a credible Public Service Announcement.
Verify Credibility with Additional Sources
Search online for three sources to verify the credibility of information in an article.
Stay Informed About Current Events
Search for credible news articles and learn about current events.
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