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Mrs. Salmela

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Understanding Search Results in Google

Emma is doing research for a science fair. Her research question is, "What do raccoons eat?" Here are the results of her search in Google. 1. Look at the search results page carefully. 2. Use the highlighter tool to highlight the URL of each result. 3. Use the pencil tool to underline the title of each result. 4. Use the pen to circle the search query terms. 5. Use the shapes tool to put a star next to the number of results. 6. Click on the green check to save your work. 7. Then add a caption to explain which result you think would give Emma the best answer to her research question and explain why. You can record your voice or type your answer. 8. Click on the green check to save your work.

3rd Grade, 5th Grade, 4th Grade, Digital Citizenship, English Language Arts, STEAM
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