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A Look Back: “My NY Times Post For ELLs On Teaching About ‘Fake News'”

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This summer, I will be taking a break now-and-then from blogging to both take some R & R and to also finish-up our next book on teaching English Language Learners.

During those short breaks, I’ll be re-posting some of my favorite posts of 2017 so far.

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Ideas for E.L.L.s: Finding Reliable Sources in a World of ‘Fake News’ is the headline of my latest, and fairly lengthy, post at The New York Times Learning Network.

As I describe it there:

The ideas in this lesson are specifically for English-language learners and their teachers since, though sorting “fake news” from real news is increasingly difficult for all of us, for E.L.L.’s, the language barrier adds an additional layer of complexity. The strategies and tools below, therefore, do not depend so much on understanding the nuances of the English language as they do on common sense and critical thinking.

I’m adding it to:

All My NY Times Posts For English Language Learners – Linked With Descriptions

The Best Tools & Lessons For Teaching Information Literacy – Help Me Find More

Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

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