The first question is discussion question and the second is critical revie.
please each question should be in separate file.
1) Nieman Reports – Can News Literacy Be Taught?
by John Dyer April 14, 2017
https://niemanreports.org/articles/can-news-literacy-be-taught/ (Links to an external site.)
John Dyer reports on various approaches to media literacy training. What are some of the positive AND negative aspects of these approaches?
One of Dyer’s interviewees, journalism teacher Mark Newton, said that “a new information ecosystem…embraces values that are the opposite of everything he’s been teaching” his students. How would you respond to this comment as well as Newton’s other concerns?
Please view and listen to the following media segments about “fact-checking.” Select one, especially. Discuss how it relates to some of the teaching approaches noted in the Dyer article.
2) Editor & Publisher Editor’s Pick
How to Fact Check the Internet (TRT-15:31)
Media Wise January 4, 2019
How YOU Can Fact-Check the Internet (VIDEO) (Links to an external site.)
3) The Fact Checker Season 2 | The Washington Post (TRT-1:43)
Mar 8, 2019
The Fact Checker Season 2 | The Washington Post (Links to an external site.)
4) “ON THE MEDIA” Produced by WNYC Studios* (TRT-11:50)
Breaking News Consumer Handbooks. Summer Series Episode 3: Airline Crash Edition, Aug 22, 2018*
https://www.wnycstudios.org/podcasts/otm/episodes/summer-series-episode-3 (Links to an external site.)
*When a commercial plane goes down, media speculation ensues. With the help of The Atlantic’s James Fallows, we give you some tips that can help you comb through the coverage.
Critical Review Paper
Students will write a 1,000-word critical review of a research article that attached . At the top of your paper, use the APA Stylebook format to cite the title, author(s) and journal information. Within the body of your paper, note the topic(s) examined, research questions and/or hypotheses, methodology, findings, conclusions and implications for media industries. The paper should represent your ability to synthesize material included in the article with information contained in at least two of the class readings. All papers must be typed, or they will lose points. Papers turned in after the date and time they are due will lose 10 points, immediately, and an additional 5 points each day thereafter. Only typed papers are acceptable. Use double-spaced, 12-pt., Times New Roman font in a Word doc. or docx. format. The American Psychological Association (APA) is the preferred style book format for this course.