In this edition of News Goggles, let’s take a look at the use of quotes in several stories on the deadly
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You can’t always assume that a story published by a news organization was also written by that news organization.
Misinformation is always problematic, but when it appears alongside family updates on social media, it can be especially frustrating.
Let’s examine how news organizations chase and verify scoops. Grab your news goggles. Let’s go!
Let’s examine several news reports and consider how different news organizations handled corrections.
How do journalists report stories when a key source is unavailable or unwilling to share their perspective publicly? Grab
In this lesson, students learn about the vital role the First Amendment protections of free speech.
In this edition of News Goggles, we’re going to examine sourcing and the use of hyperlinks in news reports
Let’s consider the differences between news and opinion as well as the role of an editorial board at a
Let’s take a closer look at word choice and framing as we consider how these factors shaped some news
In this edition of News Goggles, we’re going to compare three headlines and examine different approaches by news organizations
In this edition of News Goggles, let’s examine the controversy at the Bee by comparing two news reports.