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Digital Literacy and Computer Science (2018) Grade(s): KG

Assess the validity and identify the purpose of digital content.

Unpacked Content


Students know:
  • how to identify sources of information.
  • the difference between fiction and non-fiction.


Students are able to:
  • identify sources as people, print, electronic.
  • understand the meaning of fiction and non-fiction.


Students understand that:
  • they may get information from people, books, computers, etc.
  • some information is real and some is not.


  • fiction
  • non-fiction