Federalist Papers & Our Constitution
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3.1.6 Use information and technology ethically and responsibly.
Use specialized reference materials to find specific and in-depth information.
Identify presence of bias and explain the effect on the information presented.
Use a range of electronic resources efficiently, effectively, and safely by applying avariety of search and evaluation strategies.
Help to organize and integrate contributions of all group members into products.
Use appropriate organizational patterns (cause and effect, chronological order,compare/contrast) to capture point of view and draw conclusions.
Combine ideas and information to develop and demonstrate new understanding.
Recognize multiple causes for same events or issues.
Use web-based and other technology tools to show connections and patterns in theideas and information collected.
Identify and apply common utilities (for example, spell-checker and thesaurus for word-processing; formulas and charts in spreadsheets; and pictures, movies, sound and chartsin presentation tools) to enhance communication to an audience, promote productivityand support creativity.
Work with others to select, organize and integrate information and ideas from a varietyof sources and formats.
Use online environments or other collaborative tools to facilitate design anddevelopment of materials, models, publications, and presentations.
Apply utilities to edit pictures, images, and charts while complying with all copyrightprovisions.
Revise work based on ongoing self-assessment and feedback from teachers and peers.
Edit for grammar, language conventions, and style.
Cite all sources and use specified citation formats.
Set high and clear standards for work and develop criteria for self-assessment or useestablished criteria (rubrics, checklists).
Use interactive tools and websites to collaboratively design products and solveproblems with peers, experts, and other audiences.
Share research and creative products with others.
Use the most appropriate format, tone, and language to communicate ideas and pointsof view clearly to different audiences.
Use a variety of media and formats to communicate information and ideas effectively tomultiple audiences.
Understand what constitutes plagiarism and refrain from representing others’ work as
Demonstrate understanding of intellectual property rights by giving credit for allquotes, and by citing them properly in notes and bibliography.
Abide by copyright guidelines for use of materials not in public domains.
Legally obtain, store, and disseminate text, data, images, or sounds.