Students shall engage in thinking critically about contemporary and historical texts and the corresponding social and cultural implications in a global society.
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Identify missing perspectives and information in texts to determine author bias
Compare and contrast multiple media on the same topic (e.g., Web sites, letters to the editor, position papers, documentaries)
Analyze the effects of stereotypical language in historical and contemporary documents on reader perception of and response to global events and culture
Evaluate primary and secondary sources for bias, propaganda, and authenticity
Evaluate multimedia information for accuracy, quality, and credibility of sources (e.g., analyzing rigor, identifying bias, determining sponsorship, evaluating timeliness)