Here are some great games to test your media literacy skills:
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An accompaniment video to the article "The Fact Checker's Guide for Detecting Fake News" which includes tips on how to spot fake news, including:
Source: Washington Post
Duration: 2:04 minutes
This article appeared on November 14, 2016 claiming that Trump was instrumental in moving the manufacture of trucks from Mexico to the United States. However, Trump was not even president at that time and had no control over this issue. Below is the original article, from August 17, 2015, copied word for word for the ETF article. It is the headline that is untrue.
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