Be MediaWise—Lessons to Teach Media Literacy | PBS LearningMedia
Help your students learn how to sort fact from fiction online with this series of skill-building lessons and videos featuring middle and high schoolers from across the United States who use social media to debunk viral misinformation and share media literacy tips.
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Be MediaWise—Lessons to Teach Media Literacy collection
Grades K-2 Be MediaWise is a series of media literacy lessons that teach specific fact-checking skills to help students sort fact from fiction online. These lessons were developed by PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs in partnership with MediaWise and the Teen Fact-Checking Network, which are part of the Poynter Institute. This partnership has been made possible with support from Google. The MediaWise Teen Fact-Checking Network (TFCN) is a virtual newsroom made up of middle and high schoolers from across the United States who use social media to debunk viral misinformation and share media literacy tips.
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