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Teaching students to navigate the news with a CRITICAL & ANALYTICAL MIND is essential for students in 2021. This resource is an all in one solution, including lesson plans, resources, and associated activities. ❤️ ABSOLUTELY NO PREP REQUIRED!!!⭐ Completely remastered for 2021 - With more conte
Want to teach your students how to recognize quality journalism and stop the spread of fake news but don't have the time to develop a lesson plan on this new and ever-developing topic? You would think students who have grown up with the internet would easily navigate everything it has to offer, but
Do you need a detailed, well-organized newspaper writing unit that your students will enjoy AND that won't leave you with any prep or guesswork? Here is a complete News Unit that is classroom-ready and no prep for you. Students learn news report writing, headlines, facts versus opinions, types of n
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 studen
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
Do you students enjoy social media and TikTok™? Are they singing and performing crazy dance moves in your classroom? Have you said, “Stop TikToking”? Engage your students in this informational article, “The Social Media Sensation-TikTok™”. In this product, you are going to receive an exciting, relev
What do your students really know about fake news? You might be surprised at how lacking your classes are in media literacy. Students who don't know about manipulative media are easily duped into buying products they don't need, believing fear-based stories about groups of people, or even voting
9th - 12th
In these 15 news articles on Fake News & Media Bias, your students will read stories with Mudslinging, Slant, Spin, Sensationalism, Opinion Statements, Jumping to Conclusions, Mind Reading, and Unsubstantiated Claims. Each article is custom written and has different biases embedded in the writin
Are your students obsessed with social media? Are they singing and performing crazy dance moves in your classroom? Have you said, “Stop TikToking!”.  Engage your students in this information article online and in Google Classroom.In this product, you are going to receive an exciting, relevant, origi
Is student motivation decreasing as the end of the year approaches? Encourage creative thinking, a positive mindset, Media Literacy skills AND engage your students with this no prep Good News Article Writing assignment. Make great memories by sharing student-created good news stories before summer.
This fun and engaging unit explores the current world of fake news. Through mini-lessons, students will learn strategies for identifying fake news and put them into practice through various activities. They will also apply their knowledge of non-fiction text features of an online news article to cre
This Digital Library Lesson walks you through a storytime about news media. Slides emphasize parts of a newspaper, fact vs opinion, and fake news. Includes seven book recommendation slides and a separate list of 15 storytime read-alouds. Looking for more Digital Storytime Lessons? Click here to see
Bias in the News Media Student Guide & Activity**2020 Update: Additional inclusion of Confirmed Bias information. Google Slide versions of Student Info Guide and Handout for use with virtual learning! PDF Version includes the link to Google folder with documents and page images to use with a lea
This remote learning resource examines the credibility of coronavirus news sources about Covid 19. This digital literacy mini lesson includes an inquiry-based Gallery Walk, along with worksheets that can be distributed digitally or for paper-based learning. This activity begins with a media literacy
This digital bulletin board is all about news media, particularly newspapers. Thirty slides include 8 middle grade booktalks, parts of a newspaper, spotting fake news, would you rathers, and more! Perfect for face-to-face or distance learning.Check out all my Digital Bulletin Boards for Grades 3-7No
Making a New Product and Commercial includes three sections:1- Making a plan and building a prototype (includes questions to focus on their product)2- Making and designing a newspaper ad3- presenting the new product in a commercialStudents will have a lot of fun thinking of a new product, then tryin
3rd - 8th
This zip file contains three PowerPoint presentations on the functions of the media (10 slides), journalistic ethics (34 slides), and determining what is news (15 slides). Additionally, the zip file contains a corresponding 47-question unit test plus answer key in Word document form. MEDIA FUNCT
Published January 2019: With so much fake news being called real and so much real news being called fake, how is a young person (or anyone) supposed to know the real truth in the “post-truth world”? This is a three-day lesson plan with recently written real news and fake news articles provided that
Effectively navigating news and information through a CRITICAL & ANALYTICAL LENS is an essential skill for students to have in an increasingly online and digital world. This all-in-one resource includes a mini-lesson with PowerPoint and Handout on the CRAP Checklist which can be used to evaluat
9th - 12th, Higher Education
This literacy unit is an introduction and exploration of 'Fake News' and other key digital media literacy themes and concepts. Students explore the world of online news and information by reading five newspapers, then reflecting and responding, and conducting their own projects and investigations.Th
With this resource, you’ll get to study & teach how Fake News is created with Media Bias while also building life-long reading and critical thinking skills. Through a detailed reading passage on fake news and scaffolded comprehension activities, this lesson unpackages how bias in the media is cr
Students will learn about media bias through creating headlines based on three nouns and an audience card, then participate in targeted news speed dating where they will have to generate leads, quotes, and transition paragraphs to mislead the public on the spot, then reflect upon their choices in a
This bundle contains four amazing resources to help you plan a media studies unit about bias in the news. It includes the following items:1. Introduction to Bias in the News Using the Three Little PigsEasy way to introduce the idea of bias in the media by using a fairy tale favouriteFull lesson plan
This news literacy activity includes 44 printable Task Cards and Essential Questions and a Google Drive (paperless) option. Two versions of the printable cards are included.Recommended Uses: Use as an anticipatory activity in a unit/lesson on the First Amendment-Freedom of the Press (American Govern
8th - 12th

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