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Identifying Bias: Article Comparison Group Activity
In this activity students read three sample articles that have been written from different perspectives surrounding the construction of a new community landfill (perspective of editorial writer, company, and city council). They fill out an interpretation sheet for each one and see how each author pr
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Digital Literacy How to Identify Bias Online
Strengthen digital literacy by helping students identify bias and evaluate online resources. Critical for research skills! Do your students ever say, “It was the first thing that came up when I googled it.” Or “It’s on the internet, so it must be true.” Sound familiar? Digital literacy include
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Understanding and Identifying Bias PowerPoint Lesson Activity
The content of this PowerPoint includes defining bias and explaining that bias can be intentional or unintentional. Other slides include information about where bias can appear, how you can identify it, examples in which students are asked to evaluate the bias, and finally a short group discussion,
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Identifying Bias and Reliability with the Three Little Pigs
This activity helps students identify the bias and reliability of sources through the story of the Three Little Pigs. Students will compare two different versions of the famous story, and analyze them for their reliability and potential bias. They then must decide which version is more reliable, a
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Digital Literacy: How to Identify Bias Online {Google Drive}
Strengthen digital literacy by helping students identify bias and evaluate online resources. Critical for research skills! This is a digital resource for Google Drive or Onedrive. Do your students ever say, “It was the first thing that came up when I googled it.” Or “It’s on the internet, so it
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Christmas Themed Identifying Bias: The Peppermint vs. Chocolate Elf Dispute
In this fun Christmas bias activity students read three articles from the 'Northern News'. Each article has been written by a different elf (reporter Brian Bell, factory worker Pete Mint, and chocolate artist Chuck O'Latte), and has a different perspective on the contentious news of whether the Chri
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Cinco de Mayo: Close Reading (3 texts, identify bias, main idea, w/ answer keys)
Three different non-fiction articles about Cinco de Mayo with comprehension questions, activities to review supporting details, topic vs main idea, identifying bias, and creating a constructed response. I am providing several options of how I have used these articles with classes in the past. Each
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Identifying Bias Checklist: bookmark to help students fact check
In the age of instant news and social media it is important that students are able to identify reliable resources from those that are biased. Help your students think critically about bias in the articles they read with this identifying bias checklist bookmark. This download includes the bookmark
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Digital Literacy Resources for Bias, Evaluate Websites, Fact Check, Wikipedia
Teach the essentials of digital literacy and research skills with this bundled product. Each unit sharpens students' critical thinking skills by engaging them in interesting, real-life learning tasks. This BUNDLED product contains four Digital Literacy lessons: *Evaluating digital resources *Und
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Crime Scene Investigation Common Core: Comparing Texts, Textual Evidence, Bias
**TPT Favorite** This Detective Report is a FUN and engaging way to hit all of the major Common Core Standards at once! *GREAT way to introduce persuasive writing and research papers! *Fits with any text *Can be used in any subject area *Graphic Organizers can be re-used throughout the year Perf
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Essential Study Skills (What Every Student Should Know)
The 56 lessons in Essential Study Skills (What Every Student Should Know) will teach your students to “work smarter, not harder.” Often, the reason why students fail to achieve their academic potential is not because they don’t try hard enough, but because they have never learned the basic study
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Introduction to Newspaper Articles and Media Studies Bundle
The following products are included in this bundle. The 5W's of a Newspaper Article: Student Activity, Handout, and Classroom Posters This product introduces students to the concept of the 5W's, Who, What, Where, When, and Why. They gain valuable skills to apply when reading newspaper articles
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Nonfiction Book Unit: Claudette Colvin Twice Toward Justice
Comments from buyers: “The board game is the one that the kids loved. They hate citing text evidence but during the game, they argued to the point where they got the books off the shelf to prove each other wrong. One of the happiest days this year for me.” “Love this packet! I am using bits and p
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Ancient History - One Year of Warm-Ups
This document includes 34 weeks of ancient, medieval, and Renaissance history warm-ups. Each week includes five days of activities and is labeled Monday through Friday. The warm-ups require students to preview or review social studies content, while at the same time reinforcing English Language Ar
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6301-13 Detecting Bias (Reading in the Content Area)
In this COMPLETE lesson from InspirEd Educators, students will be able to identify bias in newspaper and other media stories. Lesson warm up, teacher instructions, teacher answers, guiding discussion questions, all student handouts and activities are included in this CRITICAL THINKING lesson! This i
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7th Grade Math Review Games
These editable PowerPoint BINGO review activities are aligned to all 7th grade Common Core standards. They have been divided up into the five strands: Ratios and Proportional Relationships, The Number System, Expressions & Equations, Geometry, and Statistics and Probability. Perfect for standa
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Journalism; Current Events; News Analysis Worksheet
Topic: News Analysis Worksheet This Omega English Product contains a detailed worksheet that can be used with any news, journal, magazine, newspaper, or web-based article. Students can use this worksheet to analyze the various sections of the article, provide a personal reaction to the text, ident
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Persuasion: Bias in the Classroom Activity
Help your students learn about bias using real-life scenarios with the Persuasion: Bias in the Classroom Activity. Page 1 includes descriptions of the people and their backgrounds that the students will read about in the scenarios. Pages 2 and 3 provide four scenarios within the context of the cla
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3.RL.6 Point of View Of Author
Point of view is not just 1st and 3rd anymore! With these GREAT short opinion pieces, students can identify the bias of the author, or their stance on a topic. Students will identify the author's point of view, and then decide if they agree with them or not! There are 30 different passages! Can
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Zane and the Hurricane Reading Guide
Zane and the Hurricane is a brilliant piece of writing by Rodman Philbrick, full of imagery, figurative language, dialect, and many other components of quality literature. We used Zane and the Hurricane as a part of a "Disaster" themed reading unit. This reading guide comes filled with reading act
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Digital Literacy Bundle: Bias, Evaluate Websites, Fact Check, Wikipedia {Google}
Teach the essentials of digital literacy and research skills using Google Drive or One Drive with this bundled product. Each unit sharpens students' critical thinking skills by engaging them in interesting, real-life learning tasks. This BUNDLED product contains four Digital Literacy lessons tha
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Biased or Unbiased Sorting Activity
This is an engaging way to get students to practice identifying bias through repetition. They can practice independently or with a partner over and over and it is self-correcting. Includes: -Sorting Pocket -Answer Key
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Thomas Jefferson Webquest
Students will explore and compare 3 websites about Thomas Jefferson's life and administration. They will not only read text, but will engage in an online simulation and watch a youtube video to visit Monticello. Students will answer questions as they go and will practice close reading throughout t
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Lesson Plans: 8th Grade Earth Science Full Year
These 122 lesson plans on Earth Science (8th Grade) covers the following units: Unit 1 Exploring Earth, Unit 2 Geological Changes, Unit 3 Weather and Climate, Unit 4 Water and Other Resources, and Unit 5 Exploring the Universe. With so many lessons, you pay less than a dollar per lesson and never ha
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Bias in Questions
This quick activity is designed to help students identify and eliminate bias in questions. Students are given a brief definition of bias and examples of bias in questions. They are then asked to identify bias or neutrality in sets of questions. Finally, they are required to rewrite biased questio
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Bias in the Media Powerpoint Presentation
This powerpoint examines and gives specific examples of bias in the media. It focuses on 6 major forms of bias such as "photos, captions, and camera angles". The presentation teaches students to identify bias to help them be more informed as they explore journalism in general.
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Common Core Reading and Writing Activities to Use With Any Book Grades 4 and 5
These materials cover 27 Common Core Reading and Writing standards for grades 4-5. This product includes a weekly reading log, a monthly reading goal setting sheet, a monthly reading goal refection sheet, a chart to keep track of books read throughout the year, materials to set up a classroom noteb
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Statistics and Probability Review Game (7th Grade)
In this editable, interactive statistics and probability review BINGO game, students will work as teams to review "Statistics and Probability" seventh grade Common Core State Standards. Topics reviewed include identifying bias in certain sampling methods, understanding that random sampling results
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Battle of the Alamo Primary Source Analysis and Creative Tasks
Students read a brief account on the Battle of the Alamo and answer 10 questions. They then complete 4 creative tasks involving different points of view, a museum exhibit, news headlines, and a memorial. The answers are included where appropriate and this would be great for a sub! Sample question
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Bias Practice
Help your students practice with identifying bias in 5 real life scenarios If you're interested in this resource, consider purchasing my Inquiry Unit Bundle for more bang for your buck! Includes all the activities, lessons, and assessments you need for a skills based Inquiry Unit, including this pr
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FDR and the New Deal Graphic Organizer
This activity asks students to do the following: -Analyze primary sources -Locate information in text -Identifying bias -Interpret photos -Develop own opinions about the information presented
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Detecting Bias in Information Text - The Lighthouse Analogy
This poster is a visual reminder of all the elements students need to consider in identifying bias in a piece of info text. The closer to the light (explicit text), the less apparent the bias. This poster is the first step in a series of lessons that help students to identify claim, evidence, deve
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How to Analyze Documentary Films PowerPoint Presentation
Works with ALL documentary films! Use this PowerPoint presentation to teach students everything they need to know about how to analyze documentary films. With an emphasis on critical thinking, this presentation will help students think about what they are watching and how the information is being
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Lesson Plans: 8th Grade Earth Science Unit 4 Water and Other Resources
24 Lesson plans in 8th Grade Earth Science on Unit 4 Water and Other Resources. Lesson 1: The Water Planet Lesson 2: The Properties of Water Lesson 3: Why is liquid water denser than ice? Lesson 4: Water Quality Lesson 5: Temperature and Water Density Lesson 6: Composition and Structure of Ear
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Comparing Different Perspectives of Democracy
In this activity, students will compare different perspectives from Ancient Greeks about democracy. This allows kids to practice understanding people's different opinions and perspectives about democracy as well as identifying bias'. The second set of student handouts/documents are modified (with a
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Primary Sources: Boston Massacre Short
A short two-pager that asks students to identify bias in excerpts from three primary sources and to compare and contrast three varying images, including Paul Revere's engraving. Includes vocabulary and questions. Exerpts from an anonymous account, from the Boston Gazette, and from Captain Thomas P
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Honors World History - The Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand
Complete with teacher notes, this power point presentation covers the causes of WWI and how the assassination led to the First World War. Students read newspaper articles, write, discuss and assess this critical event. Print and present with opportunities to write, discuss, identify bias and resp
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WWI Propaganda Gallery Walk
This activity has students walk around the classroom viewing different pieces of propaganda from WWI. I printed the propaganda pieces in color, laminated and numbered them around the classroom. Students use the worksheet to analyze the different pieces of propaganda, learning how to identify bias an
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Topic Exploration: Social Media & Teens
This set of classroom materials and lesson plans explores the topic of Social Media and Teens. It challenges students to explore multiple types of media and diverse perspectives on a topic. These materials may be used as a 'Topic of the Week' or as a mini-unit on informational texts. The studen
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Topic Exploration: Fake News & Teens
This set of classroom materials and lesson plans explores the topic of Fake News and Teens. It challenges students to explore multiple types of media and diverse perspectives on a topic. These materials may be used as a 'Topic of the Week' or as a mini-unit on informational texts. A note on this
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Determining Author's Purpose, Audience, and Bias Guided Notes
This lesson contains fill in the blank notes for students to complete. The standards include determining author's purpose, audience, and identifying bias in a non-fiction text. For differentiation: If students have access to technology the notes can be shared with them and the students can fill the
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Rome: Punic War Field Reports-Looking for Bias in Historical Documents
ABSTRACT The Project is designed for two purposes: 1) to give students a better understanding of the Punic Wars and 2) to help students identify bias in historical documents. Students are assigned the role of newspaper reporter during the Punic War. They will be reporting from either the Roman Sid
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SS.7.C.2.11 Create an Advertisement
Left Side Process Essential Question: What types of communication techniques and methods are used in the media and political communication? How can these techniques impact public opinion? Directions: Create an advertisement poster that includes the following elements. Be sure to label each element i
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Reports from the Front: Civil War News Reports
The Project is designed for two purposes: 1) to give students a better understanding of the Civil War and 2) to help students identify bias in historical documents. Students are assigned the role of newspaper reporter during the United States Civil War. They will be reporting from either the Northe
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Boston Massacre - Engaging Lesson
This lesson teaches students about the Boston Massacre in an engaging way, having them act as detectives to read and evaluate different accounts of the event. The lesson starts by setting the scene, having students take on the role of detectives in 1770 Boston. A picture walk through Boston is inc
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Honey Spot play: Bias/Discrimination/Racism/Compare and Contrast/Three Lessons
INCLUDES- Video activity timers, compare and contrast activities, video content and Aboriginal and Torres Strait perspectives. L1: Learning Goal (LG): Understand bias, how this affects perception in texts and our own personal beliefs.
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Study Skills Academic Literacy Center Grades 4-8
You and your students will love the full-year, twice-per-week, 20-minute lessons in the Study Skills Academic Literacy Center Grades 4-8: the perfect cross-curricular program to teach everything teachers think that other teachers must have already taught. The 56 lessons will help your students lear
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Immigration And The Media
This lesson helps students to identify bias in newspapers towards immigration and helps them to identify their own opinions
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HSC History Extension Research Log
Help students get organised with this proforma research log designed for students writing the History Extension historiography research essay. It contains exercises which students can work through to test and present their experience of: Identifying the historical debate they want to examine Funnel
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Metacognition, Research Project and Podcast on Native Americans
This is at least a 3 day unit on Native Americans and the way the US government interacted with these communities in the 19th century. Over the course of this unit, students will reflect on their reading habits of mind, develop writing skills through the production of a podcast and learn about Nativ
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Political Cartoon Form
Have students find current political cartoons online or in the newspaper, then cut and paste them onto the space provided. Next, in the area below they will describe, analyze, and interpret what they see while identifying bias. A relatively simple but educational assignment I have been using for yea
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Cinco de Mayo Word Search (with optional text) Answer Key Included
This versatile set allows you to determine how to challenge students with a word search about Cinco de Mayo. Option 1: Use the copy of the word search with the words listed at the bottom. Students can work independently or in pairs to find the words. Option 2: Give each student a copy of the t
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