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Deception: Real or Fake News?

ISBN: 9781425854706

"Fake news" has been in the news a lot lately. Being able to tell the difference between credible and non-credible news sources can be difficult, but it's an essential skill to have. This nonfiction book teaches students how to tell the difference between real and fake news, and explores important topics and contemporary issues such as information literacy, journalism, advertising, primary sources, fact checking, and more.

Created in partnership with TIME©, this nonfiction reader builds critical literacy skills while students are engaged in reading high-interest content.

  • Reader's Guide and Try It! provide extensive language-development activities to develop critical thinking
  • Table of contents, glossary, and index help increase comprehension and strengthen academic vocabulary
  • A fun culminating activity challenges students to write an unbiased news article on a controversial topic
  • Prepares students for college and career and aligns with state and national standards

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