Remember to check the footers, top menus, and the About sections of each page! In this Article: An article review is both a summary and an evaluation of another writer's article. When was this page last updated? A hoax site that looks perfectly believable. Good illustration of determining who is the author. These people do not know what they are doing. It typically does not provide any new research. The ecological generaliziability for the study is fairly high.
A succint summary is provided in the first paragraph. Lastly, he was the one who ended the chat even before the customer ended it. Don't: fill your review with a long list of unrelated critiques. A hoax site, but if students are not careful, they may get taken in. How long since it's been updated? A blog reader will realize the potential for a not necessarily actual conflict of interest and will read accordingly.
ForGiftable doesn't mean Forgetable This month reviewer Mike Swoop of Swoop Design digs into the ForGiftable. This is a hard one to determine, but it is a hoax. July Web Site Critique Briefs This month we have a collection of quick, Critique Briefs sent in by readers. Includes lots of information, specifically targeted to health professionals, nutrition communicators, and nutrition and health media. Do they make the site easier to use, or help explain concepts? Thomasina Music Site, Round 2 You may remember our last visit to the Thomasina web site, and the rather harsh critique that ensued.
There are links to other Great War Web sites. As well, a few months ago a good post on was posted here on Smashing Magazine. Students interested in finding out about recent Nobel Prize winners can find a wealth of data, including links to some full-text reports of the award announcements; for example, searching for Peace Prize laureate Wangari Maathai retrieves a Current Biography entry and links to articles and full-text sources. What are the facts found at this site? Who is Wynnie and can what she says about gardening be verified? This sample survey can also help you with competitor analysis of the quality of the website, reason for visiting the website, ease of navigation, any problems in downloading files on the website etc. Can we find a date? Is it a government site, school resource, museum, commercial or private web project? Consider the following ideas: Authority. And by the way, for anyone dealing with Alzheimer's, dementia, or even failing memory coconut oil can make a big difference.
These websites may be parodies, satire, hoaxes, or designed to show students the importance of questioning information found on the web. From the American Journal of Bioethics and the University of Pennsylvania, this would be a scholarly site for bioethics research. The main page says that content hasn't been updated since December, 2000. Who authored this website, and is there any information that supports their claims? I would start by reviewing the poem's structure and how effective it is. It is not unreasonable to suppose that coaches of female athletes, particularly at the junior high and high school levels, will demonstrate more social support than those of male athletes. Focus on a specific criteria for your lesson such as the importance of currency or point of view.
You must make the author's argument clear in the summary section for your evaluation to make sense. Have students take the Image Quiz. This could present a threat to the internal validity in that participants might not have been entirely focused on completing the scale, but instead on coordinating practice, completing paperwork, etc. Obviously a parody, which the disclaimer at the bottom of the page explains. A written report may be substituted for the web page. On what kind of Web site does the information appear? Many students forget about this important element and simply try to summarize the whole article.
Does it have a particular political or social agenda? While you should have already presented evidence for your claims in the body paragraphs, you should provide a short restatement of your key reasons here. Well, this may be a credible site, and it may appeal to youth, but it's very difficult to find out anything about the hosts. Consider how the author of the work uses other sources, their own evidence, and logic in their arguments. The site has not been updated in quite a while, however, and the cites themselves are fairly old. This one looks pretty good.
Next, identify 3 central positive or negative issues in the work and write a paragraph about each one. With Marcy Sutton, Yoav Weiss, Lyza D. This site has a lot of information, and it does cite some studies. Planned Parenthood is a trusted organization. Your paper will contain information on the literature review and less specific information on statistics.
What did you learn about the importance of critiquing sources, We b and non Web based, with a critical eye? In this Article: A critique is usually written in response to a creative work, such as a novel, a film, poetry, or a painting. Another hoax site, focused on nuclear power plants and their effects. What is the first clue that this is not the actual web site? My review becomes more helpful to them when I put my personal spin on the review. The designer of this web site certainly optimized their talent and tools. Who is the author and what is his evidence? The nature of the sport could also be critical.
If your site is not very extensive you can critique the whole site. Do you believe everything you read? This looks like a legitimate site, but look at the features at the top of the page. One of the advantages of using the Internet with students is the availability of so many examples. To go to the supposedly helpful chat support. The credibility of the institution providing the facts gives clues as to the reliability of the in formation. We may agree with the sentiments, but will we really get a balanced picture from this site? What beyond surface credibility gives you clues about the reliability of the site and its information? Why are these men famous? When the six leadership styles were examined separately, there was a significant difference in social support between males and females.