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CIVIX has created a range of online and offline activities to help students improve their ability to evaluate information. Core activities are listed on this page. Each is supported by lesson plans, videos and other tools. Click into the descriptions below for more information

Offline-AssignmentsOnline Activity

Feed for Thought: Election Edition

How does the information we see affect our opinions and behaviours? Students in this polarized newsfeed activity are asked to make an important decision, after reading up on the issue on social media. It’s only after casting their ballots, they realize they did not all see the same information.

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Information Literacy

Offline-AssignmentsOnline Activity

Fact or Opinion

Fact or Opinion? This online game reviews key questions to help students distinguish between fact and opinion. Students gain practice applying what they’ve learned to a series of statements in an engaging interactive format.

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Information Literacy

Offline-AssignmentsOnline Activity

FakeOut

Can you spot ‘fake news’? Have fun finding the facts with this social media-emulating game that helps students learn and practice quick checks for verifying sources, claims, and photos.

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Information Literacy

Offline-AssignmentsOnline Activity

Feed for Thought: Solar Panel Factory

How does the information we see affect our opinions and behaviours? Students in this polarized newsfeed activity are asked to make an important decision, after reading up on the issue on social media. It’s only after casting their ballots, they realize they did not all see the same information.

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Information Literacy

Offline-AssignmentsMedia Activity

Questioning Images

This framework-based activity allows students to use their visual and digital literacy skills in tandem. By working through the series of questions, students will develop everyday fact-checking skills and build a habit of analyzing images in general.

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Information Literacy

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