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August 1, 2019

Lesson Plan: Media Literacy & Avoiding “Fake News” (6-8)

The information age has so many perks, but there are a few major downfalls. With the constant avalanche of television news hurtling toward your students, it’s understandably difficult for them to separate facts from slanted fiction.



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