Prepare your students to be responsible journalists as they create your school's yearbook, newspaper, or magazine. You'll have everything you need to teach your students how to avoid bias, copyright, and other ethical violations with plenty of examples of what to do and what not to do. Sometimes students cross these lines without meaning to, but this teaching pack will help them understand what's right from wrong without being too heavy and technical.
-Lecture (PDF and PPT)
-Interactive Notebook Insert
-Definitions of key terms (First Amendment, Libel, Slander, Bias, Copyright, Plagiarism)
-Examples on screen and links to online examples
-Checklist for page planning
-Scenarios Task Cards for Group discussions
-Short Research Project to illustrate consequences and make real-world connections
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