Basic Verification & Reporting

Module Objectives

By the end of this module, the student will be able to…

  • evaluate the accuracy of an image post through Reverse Image Search
  • verify an information by performing lateral reading
  • demonstrate the ability to report mis-/disinformation on Facebook
  • write a fact-check about a piece of mis-/disinformation
  • appreciate journalists’ discipline of verification
  • commit to empathetic conversation in correcting people’s misinformation

DepEd MELCs for MIL

  • Describe the different dimensions of text and audio-visual information and media
  • Discuss responsible use of media and information
  • Cite an example of an issue showing the power of media and information to affect change
  • Analyze how the different dimensions are formally and informally produced, organized, and disseminated 
  • Present an issue in varied ways to disseminate information using the codes, convention, and language of media

“Fake news and the Infodemic

Misinformation & Disinformation

Practicing Healthy Skepticism

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