"Alert Readers to Subtle Misspellings in Fake Websites"

"Alert Readers to Subtle Misspellings in Fake Websites"

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Creators of "fake news" rely on the lazy reader. They hope that hasty scanning, reader inattentiveness, and misplaced confidence will result in the consumption of their "information" as truth.

To avoid this, teach students to closely analyze the web addresses of online texts and look for any oddities.

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Outline2 Minutes

  • Alert Readers to Subtle Misspellings in Fake Websites
  • Video
  • Article

About this Video

Creators of "fake news" rely on the lazy reader. They hope that hasty scanning, reader inattentiveness, and misplaced confidence will result in the consumption of their "information" as truth.

To avoid this, teach students to closely analyze the web addresses of online texts and look for any oddities.

Subscribers are able to view the full article and accompanying video.

Questions: Contact webPD | 1-888-376-0448

Outline2 Minutes

  • Alert Readers to Subtle Misspellings in Fake Websites
  • Video
  • Article