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review two or more of the following articles on fake news (your choice): "How to Spot Fake News (Links to an external site.)()Links to an external site.," (http://www.factcheck.org/2016/11/how-to-spot-fake-news/)"Fake News: How a Partying Macedonian Teen Earns Thousands Publishing Lies(http://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/fake-news-how-partying-macedonian-teen-earns-thousands-publishing-lies-n692451)
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Next, find two articles or websites online that relate to your proposed topic for your Annotated Bibliography. Using what you have learned about fact vs. opinion and fake news websites, post a combination of links to any two articles or websites: 1 factual + 1 opinion, 1 factual + 1 fake, or 1 opinion + 1 fake. Again, although you may post links to two articles or websites in any of the three combinations, be sure that all the articles or websites relate to your proposed research topic.
For your initial post:
- Briefly describe your proposed topic and why you find it interesting or important.
- Post your two links to articles or websites as described above (1 factual + 1 opinion, 1 factual + 1 fake, or 1 opinion + 1 fake).
- Briefly describe how you found or selected your links and how you feel they relate to your topic.
- IMPORTANT: don't give away which link is which! Your peers will be analyzing your links as fact, opinion, or fake in their responses.