In the following activities, you will learn how to analyze historic and modern media for signs of bias.
By the end of this lesson, you will be able to:
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Asking questions about what we see, read, and hear to make sure it is true.
To show or find out that something is true and correct.
Related to people, objects or events from the past.
New, or from life now.
A way of thinking that some ideas or people are better than others.
Figure out who made a document, and where, when, and why they made it.