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FAKE NEWS

 

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(Created on 17/02/2017)

 

 

VOCABULARY:

 

INFORMATION:

  • Japanese Steelmaker Admits False Safety Information - Text + Audio - 13 October 2017
    "Kobe Steel has admitted that it offered false inspection information about thousands of tons of its products.
    The materials are used to manufacture cars, trains and airplanes. The company says it is investigating and will recheck the safety information."

    (learningenglish.voanews.com)

 

LESSONS:

  • Fake news – a lesson plan - 27 May 2017
    "The lesson is designed to introduce students to the notion of fake news and teach them some strategies to become better, more critical readers. 
    It is adapted from a lesson plan by the Anti-Defamation League  (link) with elements taken from here."

    (theteacherjames.com)

 

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INTERACTIVE GAMES:

  • Factitious - a game that tests your news sense - "Can you tell real news from fake news?"
    (factitious.augamestudio.com)
  • Fake It To Make It, a social-impact game about fake news.
    You can read more about this game on this page. However, I suggest that you play first!

    (fakeittomakeitgame.com)

 

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