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Questions and Answers
- Fake news
- Principles of journalism ethics
- Media and objectivity
UPDATED: How to reflect on emotions after the film screening
- Why is it important to reflect on emotions?
- Basic methods of reflection
- From reflection to discussion
Teaching with documentaties: Methodological handbook
Handbook containing a collection of comprehensive activities designed for teaching with documentaries, along with the OWIS theoretical framework for English lessons.
Accompanying and recommended materials
5 key questions of media literacy - How to ask?
Analyze a media message using the 5 key questions.
Types of internet users
Read about different types of users of the internet.
Interactive activity on fake news
How to Use Google Reverse Image Search to Fact-Check Images
Video by Common Sense Education
Duke Reporter's Lab: Fact Checking News and Global Fact Checking Sites
Displays interactive world map. The Reporters’ Lab explores new forms of journalism, including fact-checking, which is growing around the world, empowering democracies and holding government
Rumor vs Reality cards
Common disinformation topics and issues being researched and explained