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Information Literacy Assessment - 6th Grade  

This assessment may cover five categories: Develop Topic; Identify Potential Sources; Develop, Use and Revise Search Strategies; Evaluate Sources and Information; Recognize How to Use Information Responsibly, Ethically and Legally.
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1. What does it mean to cite your sources?


2. Why do you need to cite your sources?


3. You are assigned to read a book that is a made up story set it a time period from the past. Which genre would you select?


4. You need to research The Great Depression. What research approach should you take to find the necessary information?


5. If you were using the internet or a database, which of the following search phrases would find information about "Hurricanes" without including any information on "Florida"?


6. How do you search in an online encyclopedia for facts about birds?


7. It is important to determine if a website's information is accurate. Which of the following would help you decide that the website's information is accurate?


8. The content of websites can change frequently. In order to make sure the information is current, you need to look for which of the following?


9. Which is a case of plagiarism?


10. You used facts from a website for your poster. What fact about the website should be in your bibliography or works cited?


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