How do journalists see news? Put on a pair of “news goggles” and check out these conversations with professional
Looking for classroom resources? NLP’s resource library includes lesson plans, classroom activities, posters and infographics, quizzes, training materials and videos for educators teaching news literacy.
The historic upheaval that dominated previous headlines — including a global pandemic, a national reckoning over racial injustice, a
This upper elementary lesson introduces the concepts of fact-based and opinion-based statements using a group activity.
This poster features five reasons that people fall for conspiracy theories.
From sporting events to breaking news, many stories compete for journalists’ attention.
This poster helps remind students of the five freedoms protected by the First Amendment.
Reasoned arguments based on facts and evidence are an important part of civic discourse.
This upper elementary slideshow activity introduces students to “critical observation skills”.
Misinformation is always problematic, but when it appears alongside family updates on social media, it can be especially frustrating.
This is a guide for educators to use with the feature-length documentary “TRUST ME."
This guide is intended for parents and caregivers to aid in discussing the feature-length documentary “TRUST ME."
In this lesson, students learn how to categorize information by determining its primary purpose.