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Lesson plans package activities with supports for delivering them, including videos, slide decks, worksheets, and assessments
Lessons in this module cover key digital media literacy concepts such as algorithms and filter bubbles, standards of journalism and visual literacy.
Democracy works best when people are informed, but what happens when we don’t all see the same news or information? This lesson explores how personalization algorithms can affect what see and how we think.
It can be challenging to tell if information we see online is true or credible. This lesson introduces ‘information pollution’ and uses an engaging interactive tool (FakeOut) to teach simple skills of verification.
Professional journalists play an important role in getting verified information to citizens. In this lesson students review they key functions of journalism, and compare fact-based reporting with opinion journalism.
Misinformation often spreads in a visual form, but all images can be rich texts for analysis. In this lesson, students use a visual framework to investigate images from a variety of online and offline sources.
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