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Fake News Literacy

Apr 17, 2017

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Infographic on Fake News Detection

A Washington, DC–based organization, the News Literacy Project (NLP) has devised an infographic to help teachers (and any news consumer) wondering how best to approach misinformation in the news and separate fact from conspiracy theory. 

American History

Apr 17, 2017

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American History Through Stories of Diversity

Teachers, students, and the general public can dive into the diversity of American history at OneHistory.org, where they can listen to the voices of America, past and present.

News Literacy

Apr 03, 2017

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Lessons for Developing News Literacy

A Washington, DC–based organization, the News Literacy Project is piloting a virtual classroom called Checkology, where teachers and students in grades 8–12 can access digitally a dozen lessons, many of which are taught by journalists in the field. 

Roosevelt Library

Mar 15, 2017

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Digitized Recordings of FDR’s Speeches

The Roosevelt Presidential Library & Museum allows teachers to bring President Franklin D. Roosevelt right into their classrooms with digitized recordings of his most important speeches

Mar 15, 2017

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Virtual Summits on News Literacy

Facing History and Ourselves and The News Literacy Project have teamed up to produce two, one-hour interactive online summits about key topics in news literacy for teachers and their students.

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