Identifying Credible News Sources

Identifying Credible News Sources
Identifying Credible News Sources
Identifying Credible News Sources
Identifying Credible News Sources
Identifying Credible News Sources
Identifying Credible News Sources
Identifying Credible News Sources
Identifying Credible News Sources
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Fake news is all over the place, especially now days in this media-saturated world we live in. Students will observe several texts. They must decide which of the sources is actually intended for giving the audience factual information, and which one is attempting to entertain the audience with satire. Students will complete a brief analysis for each text, and then they will decide which of the two choices is the most credible source for obtaining factual information.
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