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Download our FREE Guide to Media Literacy

Helping students learn to evaluate the trustworthiness of news sources is critical to their development as digital citizens. As the world becomes increasingly more complex, they need to understand bias and how it is used, as well as how social media algorithms impact what makes it to the news feed. 

Britannica’s Curriculum Expert Team created this guide to support teachers in helping students develop the skills needed to wade through false and misleading information from questionable sources. 

Complete this form to download the free guide.

INCLUDED IN THE GUIDE:

  • Discussion questions to help students learn to evaluate news sources with a critical eye
  • Ready-to-use classroom activities
  • Multimedia content to support understanding of concepts like bias and developing well-rounded perspectives

Download our FREE Guide to Media Literacy

Helping students learn to evaluate the trustworthiness of news sources is critical to their development as digital citizens. As the world becomes increasingly more complex, they need to understand bias and how it is used, as well as how social media algorithms impact what makes it to the news feed. 

Britannica’s Curriculum Expert Team created this guide to support teachers in helping students develop the skills needed to wade through false and misleading information from questionable sources.

INCLUDED IN THE GUIDE:

  • Discussion questions to help students learn to evaluate news sources with a critical eye
  • Ready-to-use classroom activities
  • Multimedia content to support understanding of concepts like bias and developing well-rounded perspectives

Complete this form to download the free guide.

Download our FREE Guide to Media Literacy

Helping students learn to evaluate the trustworthiness of news sources is critical to their development as digital citizens. As the world becomes increasingly more complex, they need to understand bias and how it is used, as well as how social media algorithms impact what makes it to the news feed. 

Britannica’s Curriculum Expert Team created this guide to support teachers in helping students develop the skills needed to wade through false and misleading information from questionable sources.

INCLUDED IN THE GUIDE:

  • Discussion questions to help students learn to evaluate news sources with a critical eye
  • Ready-to-use classroom activities
  • Multimedia content to support understanding of concepts like bias and developing well-rounded perspectives

Complete this form to download the free guide.

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