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Edward R. Martin Middle School Library: News - - Real or Fake

The official website of Martin Middle School's Library Media Center

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According to the Pew Research Center, two-thirds of Americans (67%) report getting their

news on social media.

Now more than ever, it is important for students to learn how to be critical users of information

Teaching Your Students About Fake News

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Here are some Project Look Sharp resources that can help 

you lead students in a thoughtful analysis of how to question news reports for accuracy, credibility and sourcing

How To Spot Fake News

Fake News Questions

Newseum

 

Teachers:

Check out the Newseum website for great ideas and lessons on fake news, current events, and much more

 

 

Check Your Facts

Fake and Real News

Fake News Headlines