Fact checking has its origin in the early 20th century when magazines began to verify statements made in non-fictional texts prior to publication. But the impact of fake news has soared in recent years. This means that ordinary people are increasingly skeptical of what they read online and hear from others.
So in the age of misinformation and fake news, how do you check your facts? Here are five of the best fact-checking websites so that you can find the truth.
Source: The 5 Best Unbiased Fact-Checking Sites for Finding the Truth
As you use web resources in your classroom, these sites will help you and your students learn about website biases what you can use to find the truth.
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