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Interactive Lesson: Facts vs. Opinion vs. Analysis – MEDIA LIST

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This all-in-one interactive teacher resource is an engaging introduction to the subject that works seamlessly in the classroom on laptops, tablets, and projectors.

Combinable and tailored to your work unit, it integrates an explanatory video, topics of conversation for the lesson and quick tests as well as sample content – perfect for media literacy or text analysis.

As a teacher-led presentation, you can step the class through key concepts OR allow students to access some sections on their own device for follow-up assignments.

This HTML5 interaction is easy to use with the keyboard arrows or the mouse. Just click through each slide or navigate using the content page. Best viewed in full screen mode. Can be previewed on smartphones.

FOR TEACHERS

This interactive lesson is designed for face-to-face teaching to help students understand the definitions of fact, opinion, and news analysis. It is intended as an introduction to the classroom that can be used flexibly to introduce key concepts on these messaging literacy topics.

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