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Critical Thinking Skills | Digital Literacy In The Age Of Fake News
Want to teach your students the digital literacy they need to stop the spread of fake news on social media but don't have the time to develop a lesson plan on this new and ever-developing topic? Included in this common core aligned resource is everything your students need to know about fake news a
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FAKE NEWS UNIT:  Teach students to analyze news and get the facts
Teaching students to navigate the news with a CRITICAL & ANALYTICAL MIND is an essential skill for students in 2018. This resource is an all in one solution including lesson plans and associated activities. ❤️ ABSOLUTELY NO PREP REQUIRED!!! This completely editable PowerPoint bundle is aimed a
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Detect & Dismiss: How to Spot Fake News {5 Lesson Plans}
This five-lesson unit is designed to train secondary students to recognize questionable content and “fake news” on the Internet. ✿Lesson 1: The ProblemStudents will learn relevant terminology and apply it to an article about students’ inability to distinguish the real from the fake.✿Lesson 2: Headl
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Real vs. Fake News! How to be informed in a world of SOCIAL MEDIA NEWS! Google
In 2016, a Stanford University study was conducted showing that a staggering 82% of students from middle school to college could not determine real from fake news. (https://sheg.stanford.edu/upload/V3LessonPlans/Executive%20Summary%2011.21.16.pdf) While there are many factors to blame, SOCIAL MEDIA
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Credible or "Fake News"? Cultivating News Literacy in a "Post-Truth" Era
These lessons cover the basics of discerning between credible and false journalism (and the gradient between the two), using contemporary (but non-controversial) examples. There is also a slideshow (in PDF format) with links to examples of terms, as well as examples of credible journalism. Arguably
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REAL NEWS V FAKE NEWS GROWING BUNDLE !!!
***Please note one article ' Adele's Shoutout' contains the word Jerk and f**king so please read before giving to students if they are too young for this. If they are too young for this remove the article from the handout :) I work with Seniors so this is not a problem. You could alternatively block
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Real News vs. Fake News: Evaluating Online Sources Webquest and Game
Help students learn how to evaluate online sources with this webquest and game for grades 7-10 ELA. Students will learn how to use the C.R.A.P. protocol to evaluate online sources of information. C stands for Currency. R stands for Relevancy. A stands for Authority, and P stands for Purpose. Inclu
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Fake News or Reliable Source Presentation
This presentation can be used to help students learn the difference between reliable sources and "fake news." The presentation defines "fake news" and covers aspects of online sources that can be used to determine reliability, including: authors, publication dates, citations, credibility of citatio
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Critical Thinking Test: Current Events for Kids | Fake News
Want to help the spread of fake news on social media? This introductory lesson is a “test” of sorts to see how much students know about the difference between fake news and real news. Students love taking quizzes that don't really count for grades and scoring their results to see what they know.
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REAL NEWS VS FAKE NEWS - HOW THE INTERNET CAN SPREAD FAKE NEWS!
***Please note one article ' Adele's Shoutout' contains the word Jerk and f**king so please read before giving to students if they are too young for this. If they are too young for this remove the article from the handout :) I work with Seniors so this is not a problem. You could alternatively block
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FAKE NEWS: APRIL FOOL! Reading comprehensions on the best pranks in history
APRIL FOOLS' DAY COMPREHENSIONS: AMUSING, ENTERTAINING AND EDUCATIONAL! These reading comprehensions will test your students’ reading skills as they explore the four greatest April Fools of all time, as ranked by the Museum of Hoaxes. Using research skills and their reporter’s notebooks, the youn
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Activity - Spotting Fake News Sources
The internet makes finding information on anything incredibly easy for anyone. But it also makes CREATING information -- including information that is heavily biased and/or full of outright lies -- easy, too. There are hundreds of people making thousands of dollars by generating fake news stories
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FAKE NEWS: Developing Digital Critical Literacy with Kids! (INA)
The term FAKE News seems to be used a lot these days! April Fool's Day is a great opportunity to begin a discussion with students on FAKE and REAL news. A recent survey found that many young people(and adults for that matter) can't seem to determine which is a real news story from a fake news sto
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Teaching Computer Fighting Fake News: Search Engines & Reputable Sources
This mini-unit on teaching how to use search engines and determining reputable website sources is a must for any student heading into middle school. This unit for students in grades 4-7 will get them evaluating the internet and not simply using it. The mini-unit focuses on such key vocabulary as sea
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REAL NEWS V FAKE NEWS 2!! HOW THE INTERNET SPREADS FAKE NEWS
PART 2 ANSWER KEY INCLUDED With fake news on the rise, this lesson will get students thinking about how important it is to not read everything you see in the newspaper. This lesson includes some of last years top election news scandals and also includes some satire pieces, along with real news p
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Internet Credibility: How to Spot Fake News–Digital Citizenship Series
Teach your kids to determine whether something they read on the internet is credible and reliable with this interactive PowerPoint. This is part of my series of interactive PowerPoints on digital citizenship. Also in this series: Internet Safety Internet Etiquette Overview of PowerPoint : • St

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Fake News Quiz
A ten question quiz about 'Fake News' and the Post-Truth media cycle we live within. Highly relevant and engaging to students. This quiz also includes an answer sheet. Related Products • FAKE NEWS UNIT: Teach students to analyze news and get the facts • How to use GOOGLE SEARCH like a BOSS!! (
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Fake news and false facts – ESL, EFL, ELL adult and kids conversation
This presentation contains a 60 slide PowerPoint lesson in editable PPT format with a work papers and teachers’ notes. There’s no need to explain the necessity of discussing this topic in this particular period. While preparing this lesson, I have tried as best I could to steer clear of politics and
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CSI: World History - Ancient Greece - Identifying Fake News Review Activity
Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up social studies! In this activity, students will work in teams to investigate the culprit of six fictional thefts. The criminal has mixed up history and left it disarray. Students must discern fact from fiction to preserve history forever! Teams

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CSI: U.S. History - Civil Rights Movement - Identifying Fake News Activity
Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up social studies! In this activity, students will work in teams to investigate the culprit of six fictional thefts. The criminal has mixed up history and left it disarray. Students must discern fact from fiction to preserve history forever! Teams

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CSI: World History - Ancient Egypt - Identifying Fake News Review Activity
Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up social studies! In this activity, students will work in teams to investigate the culprit of six fictional thefts. The criminal has mixed up history and left it disarray. Students must discern fact from fiction to preserve history forever! Teams

Also included in: Ancient Egypt -- World History Curriculum Unit Bundle

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Fake News and the Media Lesson Plan
This lesson plan on "Fake News" and the media is an important one for any social studies or Civics class! The download includes a complete lesson plan with a warm up, PowerPoint, cooperative learning activity, homework, and more! The lesson starts off with 4 glaring examples of fake news that st
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Fake News Growing Bundle!
Have you been looking for resources to help your students recognize fake news? This bundle is a fantastic deal, because you get four great lessons that I have already created and used with my students, PLUS the additional lesson in the unit, once I have finished creating it. The unit sequence is
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Fake News- How do you detect real news from fake stories?
Fake news spreads quicker than real news...why? As a social studies teacher I have taken this as a personal challenge to empower students with the skills to figure out the difference between real and lies. Kick off the lesson by having students collect 5 of their own news titles. Then out of no wh
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