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Watch the videos listed below. Note the key points as you view the videos.  

VIDEO CLIP: Fake News” Sites and Effects on Democracy (4:44) 

New York Magazine’s Max Read discusses his piece examining the rise of “fake news” and whether the internet is a reliable tool for furthering democracy. 

VIDEO CLIP: Satire vs Fake News (1:35) 

Cole Bolton and Chad Nackers talked about their satirical publication, The Onion, and the intent of political satire versus misinformation.  

Video Clip: Alicia Shepard – Pause Before you Retweet (1:38)

Alicia Shepard discusses emotional reactions to “click-bait” style news, which may or may not be true.
Answer the following questions using complete sentences. 

How is a particular audience targeted? 
What types of news can be created? 
Who could be the sources of “Fake News?” 
What could be the goals of the creators?  
Explain how you can identify fake news and how it can possibly affect the public 

Submission Format:

Your completed responses should be submitted in a Word document with 1″ margins.
Use 12 point Arial font and double space the text.
Place your name in the header on the top left. 
If you use additional resources, properly cite the sources using APA style.

Computers
Watch the videos listed below. Note the key points as you view the videos.  

VIDEO CLIP: Fake News” Sites and Effects on Democracy (4:44) 

New York Magazine’s Max Read discusses his piece examining the rise of “fake news” and whether the internet is a reliable tool for furthering democracy. 

VIDEO CLIP: Satire vs Fake News (1:35) 

Cole Bolton and Chad Nackers talked about their satirical publication, The Onion, and the intent of political satire versus misinformation.  

Video Clip: Alicia Shepard – Pause Before you Retweet (1:38)

Alicia Shepard discusses emotional reactions to “click-bait” style news, which may or may not be true.
Answer the following questions using complete sentences. 

How is a particular audience targeted? 
What types of news can be created? 
Who could be the sources of “Fake News?” 
What could be the goals of the creators?  
Explain how you can identify fake news and how it can possibly affect the public 

Submission Format:

Your completed responses should be submitted in a Word document with 1″ margins.
Use 12 point Arial font and double space the text.
Place your name in the header on the top left. 
If you use additional resources, properly cite the sources using APA style.

Computers
Watch the videos listed below. Note the key points as you view the videos.  

VIDEO CLIP: Fake News” Sites and Effects on Democracy (4:44) 

New York Magazine’s Max Read discusses his piece examining the rise of “fake news” and whether the internet is a reliable tool for furthering democracy. 

VIDEO CLIP: Satire vs Fake News (1:35) 

Cole Bolton and Chad Nackers talked about their satirical publication, The Onion, and the intent of political satire versus misinformation.  

Video Clip: Alicia Shepard – Pause Before you Retweet (1:38)

Alicia Shepard discusses emotional reactions to “click-bait” style news, which may or may not be true.
Answer the following questions using complete sentences. 

How is a particular audience targeted? 
What types of news can be created? 
Who could be the sources of “Fake News?” 
What could be the goals of the creators?  
Explain how you can identify fake news and how it can possibly affect the public 

Submission Format:

Your completed responses should be submitted in a Word document with 1″ margins.
Use 12 point Arial font and double space the text.
Place your name in the header on the top left. 
If you use additional resources, properly cite the sources using APA style.

Computers
Watch the videos listed below. Note the key points as you view the videos.  


VIDEO CLIP: Fake News” Sites and Effects on Democracy (4:44) 

New York Magazine’s Max Read discusses his piece examining the rise of “fake news” and whether the internet is a reliable tool for furthering democracy. 

VIDEO CLIP: Satire vs Fake News (1:35) 

Cole Bolton and Chad Nackers talked about their satirical publication, The Onion, and the intent of political satire versus misinformation.  

Video Clip: Alicia Shepard – Pause Before you Retweet (1:38)

Alicia Shepard discusses emotional reactions to “click-bait” style news, which may or may not be true.
Answer the following questions using complete sentences. 


How is a particular audience targeted? 
What types of news can be created? 
Who could be the sources of “Fake News?” 
What could be the goals of the creators?  
Explain how you can identify fake news and how it can possibly affect the public 





Submission Format:

Your completed responses should be submitted in a Word document with 1″ margins.
Use 12 point Arial font and double space the text.
Place your name in the header on the top left. 
If you use additional resources, properly cite the sources using APA style.




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