Helping Students Spot Fake News

Here's the link to this infographic.

Comments

xiebob said…
Can you post a larger version? I can't read this one. Thanks
Anonymous said…
http://www.thenewsliteracyproject.org/sites/default/files/GO-TenQuestionsForFakeNewsFINAL.pdf
Thanks, Anonymous, I should have done that in the first place.
SarahH said…
Spotting fake news is a problem not only for students. Adults too become victims of propaganda and stuff. But if anybody needs a written paper with real facts this link is a must visit place. Also I can add that nowadays it is a rather philosophical question - which news we consider fake or which ones do not have influence on our vision of situations.
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