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Activity 2.6 News or Views?. “Facebook Photos Sting Minnesota High School Students” (128). Do you remember the types of bias from yesterday’s lesson?. Listen to the Lucky Strike YouTube clip. What type of bias will be used in the “It’s toasted!” slogan?.

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Activity 2.6 News or Views?

“Facebook Photos Sting Minnesota High School Students” (128)


Do you remember the types of bias from yesterday’s lesson?

  • Listen to the Lucky Strike YouTube clip.

  • What type of bias will be used in the “It’s toasted!” slogan?


Let’s identify types of bias in this article! Aren’t you excited?!

  • Read “Facebook Photos Sting Minnesota High School Students” on page 128.

  • What connotations does “sting” have?

  • Circle the hook.

  • How is “more than a dozen students” different from saying “a small group of students”?


  • What type of bias is used in paragraph 4-6?

  • How reliable is information in paragraph 8? What, if anything, does this imply about the administration?


  • The principal and superintendent are quoted only from emails sent previously to families. How does this impact our perception of them?

  • Does the wording about “a new reality” indict the student’s behavior or only the technology that captured it?

  • What is Mr. McGeveran’s profession?


  • What is the author’s position based on your observations of bias in the article?


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