ATL-AR - Coggle Diagram
ability to evaluate evidence in argumentation
Ss can evaluate evidence after going though a list of criterias
evidence 1: 2nd draft
evidence 2: improve other's work
baseline: first draft of argumentation
introduce criteria with examples
Where did you find the information: website, blog, book, journal...?
Where was the research conducted?
When was it published? Is it up-to-date?
Is it a significant milestone in the history of the topic?
Have the findings been superseded by later research?
How was the research conducted?
Is it representative of other research in the field?
Is the evidence there, and has the argument been built up well?
How can you use it to answer your need?
What is the information?
Is it useful to your project?
Why was it written?
What are the motivations behind it?
Who are the authors? Individuals? Experts? Companies?
Have they written other articles on the same topic?
Who published it?
ask students to apply in exercise
feedbacks: most of them think this helped them clearly of how to evaluate evidence in the future
more than 70% of students showed improvements in the quality and relevance of evidence used in their writing