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Discourse or Disinformation?

Media literacy and critical thinking lesson analyzing conflicting presentations of scientific information about global warming in various drafts of government reports, video and opinion articles .

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Resource Details

Relevant Subject Area(s)

Film/Video Arts, Journalism, Life Sciences, Environmental Studies, US History And Government, General Media Literacy, Library/Information Literacy, ELA/English Language Arts

Grade Level(s)

High School, College

Media Type(s)

Documentary Film, Informational Text, News - Print


Chris Sperry, Dan Flerlage, Alexander Papouchis

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Resource Standard Common Core ELA Strand
Reading For Science and Technical Subjects (RST), Reading: History Social Studies (RH), Reading: Informational text (RI), Speaking and Listening (SL)