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Disinformation: fake news, propaganda & more: In Class

1. Read this article

Experts: California voter registration system 'highly susceptible' to fraud

Consider: Is this "fake news"? Why or why not? 

If it's not fake news, how would you describe it?

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3. Activity

Let's compare two news articles:

Source A

Source B

Objectives:

  •  identify characteristics of credible news sources.
  • critically examine news sources to determine credibility
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