C-SPAN Classroom: Lesson idea: Media Literacy and Fake News
SchoolJournalism.com News and media literacy lessons.
Walsh-Moorman, Elizabeth and Katie Ours. Introducing lateral reading before research MLA Style Center. (Objectives include identifying credibitilty and/or bias of a course, identifying how professional fact-checkers assess iinformation vs a general audience.)
Making Sense of the News: News Literacy Lessons for Digital Citizens A six week course
offered by The University of Hong Kong & The State University of New York via Coursera, Audit the course for free. Resources include a glossary of terms such as bias, cognitive dissonance, confirmation bias, propaganda, selective dissonance, verfication, etc.
Facebook page for this course: : Making Sense of the News
Stony Brook University. Digital Resources Center. The 14 Lessons This course pack consists of lessons that can be taught in sequence or separately and cover topics such as verification, fairness and balance, bias, etc. This material is the basis for the Coursera course (above) on news literacy.