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  1. CNL News Lesson

    Evaluating Sources using IMVAIN with the Middle Schoolers at New York’s IS303

    When it comes to judging the credibility and reliability of news reports, news consumers have two main concerns: evidence and sources. Evaluating the reliability of information sources involves rating them based on a number of objective criteria. A simple ...

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    Differing Perceptions of What is News in China and Hong Kong

    By Masato Kajimoto and Anne Kruger The University of Hong Kong Political structures vary widely between China and Hong Kong. While Hong Kong is officially part of China, it exists in a “one country, two systems” principle, with China being ruled as a ...

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    News Coverage of the 1932 Election

    July, 2010 A News Literacy Summer Institute Lesson Written by:  Catherine Bean- Mamaroneck High School – New Rochelle, NY   Click here to download the "News coverage of the 1932 election" PDF Using the historical context of the 1932 US ...

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    Linking News Literacy to Library Skills for Middle Schoolers

    July, 2010 A News Literacy Summer Institute Lesson Written by: Laura Gardner Click here to download the "Linking News Literacy to Library Skills for Middle Schoolers" PDF Through a succession of lessons on how applying News Literacy skills can ...

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    Political and Social Change through News Coverage

    July, 2010 A News Literacy Summer Institute Lesson Written by: Catherine Bean – Mamaroneck High School – New Rochelle, NY Lauren M. Giliof – Schreiber High School – Port Washington, NY Georgiana Jones – Rocky Mountain High School – Fort Collins, CO Beth ...

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    Who Decides the News? You, That's Who!

    July, 2010 A News Literacy Summer Institute Lesson Click here to download the "Who decides the news? You, that's who!" PDF Written By: Afi-Odelia Scruggs, Cleveland Urban Journalism Workshop Cleveland, Ohio Lesson Description: Recognizing ...

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