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News media literacy terms
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knowing how to find the truth
the various methods of communicating information
Use other tabs and searching other sources to confirm the information
looking at information on the web like we read a physical book
certain items are omitted to persuade or control a narrative
When legitimate sites make mistakes in reporting facts
recognizing the source of information by evaluating the knowledge and the background
Is the tendency to search for, interpret and recall information
Fake News: Noun:
news, spread on the internet or other media, usually created to influence political views or meant as a joke.
Fake News: Adjective:
Slang to define something as false by the accuser that is actually true!
pretending to be someone else on the internet
A certain point of view or a background for which opinions are formed.
A belief or view about something
To understand another's perspective or ideals;
a form of manipulation that makes someone question their own reality or mental state.
is an American term for journalism and associated newspapers that present little or no legitimate, well-researched news while instead using eye-catching headlines for increased sales.
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