Interest Level 3-12
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Help students learn to decipher what news is real and what’s fake! This engaging Grade 4 nonfiction reader describes how to tell the difference between reliable and unreliable news sources.
- Explores methods of assessing whether information is true or not
- Provides a short fiction piece related to the topic to keep students interested
- Connects relevant concepts such as democracy and truth to students’ daily lives
- Includes a glossary, essential discussion questions, and a “Civics in Action” activity designed to get students invested in choosing news wisely
Students need to think like detectives to determine whether the news they hear is accurate. This teacher-approved product shows students how to find trustworthy newspapers, TV stations, and other forms of media. With an illustrated fiction story, index, colorful images, and other important features, this reader teaches fourth grade students about their responsibility to check facts and avoid spreading fake news.
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