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Fake Food and Fake News: Can You Spot the Difference?

ArtsAround will monthly lead you to articles of interest from various sources. This month we are featuring the CANADIAN TEACHER MAGAZINE. It is all Canadian, current, and is not afraid to deal with HOT TOPICS. Even in ArtsAround your students may be required to research some topic on the word wide web that is filled with worldwide nonsense as well as legitimate, accurate news. The chart in their lesson help to remind you what to teach your students so they can begin to learn how to spot the difference between ‘all things fake.’

Canadian Teacher Online Magazine Fall Issue: Fake Food and Fakes News: Can You Spot the Difference?

About the Authour: Maria Campbell
Maria Campbell (OCT) teaches at Lester B. Pearson High School in Ottawa. She is a firm believer in equipping students with Global Competency skills, especially thinking critically. She has traveled and taught abroad, is a wife and mother, and writes fiction and non-fiction.


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