What Do You Know? Sourcing, Credibility and Bias
Media literacy and critical thinking lesson reflecting on sourcing, credibility, accuracy and bias of information presented in the media while introducing students to vocabulary and issues addressed in Media Constructions of Sustainability lessons.
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Relevant Subject Area(s)Health, Journalism, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Environmental Studies, US History And Government, Economics, Sociology, General Media Literacy, Library/Information Literacy
Grade Level(s)High School, College
Media Type(s)Informational Text
View StandardsResource Standard Common Core ELA Strand
Reading: History Social Studies (RH), Reading: Informational text (RI), Speaking and Listening (SL)