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Current Events TED Talk: How the news distorts our worldview
This is a fantastic TED Talk and lesson to address geographical bias in the media. Though given in 2008, the message still has relevance today. In this lesson, students will be introduced to bias in the media and will investigate for themselves using current news outlets whether this bias still ex
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King George IV Political Cartoon Primary Source
Allow your students to discover more about QUEEN CAROLINE and KING GEORGE IV using these Primary Source activities using this Political Cartoon: NON MI RICORDO, 1820You will receive three, highly engaging activities with your purchase that guide students through their exploration and analysis.Examin
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Populism and Other Grass Roots Movements Comparison
This is a group discussion activity especially well timed for the fall semester. The characteristics of the Populist Movement as a grassroots movement are delineated on the left. Students, in groups, are asked to review the 2008 Hope and Change campaign and the 2010 election for evidence as grassroo
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Don't Tell Me What to Do! - Piece 6, Responsibility & Accountability 2
A continuation of the first piece of Responsibility and Accountability, use this piece to help students further identify “tactics” they use to win or be successful in a situation. Focusing on was that lies are used to deceive other, this second piece identifies the next 5 of the 19 tactics used in t
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How to structure and content options for a media article on fake news
Scaffold for a media analytical article: i.e. Are biased; has bias evidentSensationalise; Sensationalism OversimplifyFallaciesFlaws in reasoningDistort; DistortionRepetition - Structureo Placement and positiono Layout or Formato Visual Texts1. Either Or2. Stereotype3. Omission4. Use
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10 Days of High School English Project: Fake News & Orwellian Language
Here you will find 10 complete days of minute classes (could be done in 7 days for block scheduling) to master the research and writing process on a small scale. The anchor text for this is George Orwell's essay entitled "Politics of the English Language" which shows that when thought turns into l
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Literary Criticism 101 Handbook
Students research the different literary lenses and create an informative handbook which they will be able to use as a reference throughout the school year. Students may work individually or in pairs or groups to complete this assignment. Rubric included. Editable. Note: Thumbnail image distorts
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Gift of Magi Media Literacy Unit--Altruism, Constructivist, Project, Analysis
This unit is packed full of reading, writing, and critical thinking in developing media literacy. Students will construct a definition of altruism using the Gift of the Magi by O. Henry. They will analyze media to determine whether campaigns and media attention distort the intent of the giving. T
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