Media Literacy Resources
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|This Is That is a current affairs program that doesn't just talk about the issues, it fabricates them. Nothing is off limits - if it's relevant to Canadians, we'll find out the "This" and the "That" of the story.
Each week, hosts Pat Kelly and Peter Oldring introduce you to the voices and stories that give this country character in this 100% improvised, satirical send-up of public radio.
They have a series of resources called "Fight the Fake" and more ...
Read this article based on an EdWeb webinar in conjunction with Britannica Learn, hosted by Tiffany Whitehead.
Free webinars on a variety of topics. If you register but can not attend, the recording of the webinar is made available for you to watch at your convenience.
I recently attended a Webinar "Fight Fake News: Media Literacy for Students" led by Tiffany Whitehead and sponsored by Britannica Learn which was excellent! If you are a member of EdWeb, you can access the recording and slides from this webinar.
Canadian content, free lesson plans grades K-12.
This is my first "Go To" source for media lessons.
Authenticating Information - fake or fiction pictures
News Literacy Project
The News Literacy Project, a nonpartisan national education nonprofit, provides programs and resources for educators and the public to teach, learn and share the abilities needed to be smart, active consumers of news and information and equal and engaged participants in a democracy.
Common Sense Media
American content, free lesson plans grades K-12
This is my second "Go To" resource for media lessons
Mozilla Learning Network
This six-part series helps learners become familiar with reading, writing and participating on the web. They'll discover the foundations of the web through production and collaboration. This is an ideal kit for Mozilla Clubs.
I haven't used these yet, but plan to!
Stanford History Educators Group (SHEG)
Read like a Historian - Curriculum
BASIC - first 4 lesson are free
Premium Membership - $3.00 - $5.00 per year
Free sign-up. Great flowchart.
Fearless Fact-Finding - Use fact-checking websites to find more information
How to Spot Fake news - International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions
The Library Marketplace (OLA) - Bookmarks and posters to purchase
This is an extensive list of websites that can be used to teach students how to tell the difference between fact and fiction.
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