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News makers/news fakers: Wrapping up

Discover how fake news is spread, why people create it, and what we can do to avoid it.

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Thanks for taking this media literacy unit. Hopefully, you have learned a few things, and now have a better idea of what to look for when you see news being shared online. 

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