Spanish Journalist on Why Hamas Never Photographed in Action: 'If Ever We Dared Point Our Camera on Them They Would Simply Shoot at Us and K...

Spanish Journalist on Why Hamas Never Photographed in Action: 'If Ever We Dared Point Our Camera on Them They Would Simply Shoot at Us and K...

Students learn about yellow journalism in the Spanish-American War and then analytically compare it with today's "fake news." Includes an engaging 2 page reading on yellow journalism and the Spanish-American War, a fun "Be A Yellow Journalist" writing activity using a primary source article on Cuban "reconcentration camps," and conclude with an analysis activity comparing today's online "fake news" to historical yellow journalism.

Yellow Journalism

Students learn about yellow journalism in the Spanish-American War and then analytically compare it with today's "fake news." Includes an engaging 2 page reading on yellow journalism and the Spanish-American War, a fun "Be A Yellow Journalist" writing activity using a primary source article on Cuban "reconcentration camps," and conclude with an analysis activity comparing today's online "fake news" to historical yellow journalism.

Robert Capa à la Villa Manin - http://www.picto.fr/2013/robert-capa-a-la-villa-manin/

Robert Capa: La vérité en face

Robert Capa à la Villa Manin - http://www.picto.fr/2013/robert-capa-a-la-villa-manin/

George Orwell - brilliant understanding of complex subjects articulated in a way even a child could understand.

george-orwell

George Orwell - brilliant understanding of complex subjects articulated in a way even a child could understand.

Jose Maria Sanchez-Silva (November 11, 1911 - January 13, 2002) Spanish writer and journalist, he won the Hans Christian Anderson Award in 1968.

Jose Maria Sanchez-Silva (November 11, 1911 - January 13, 2002) Spanish writer and journalist, he won the Hans Christian Anderson Award in 1968.

Karin Tekla Maria Lannby (born 13 April 1916, Linköping – died 19 November 2007, Paris) was a Swedish actress, translator, journalist, poet and spy.[1] She served as a spy for the leftists during the Spanish civil war, and for Sweden in Stockholm during World War II.

Karin Tekla Maria Lannby (born 13 April 1916, Linköping – died 19 November 2007, Paris) was a Swedish actress, translator, journalist, poet and spy.[1] She served as a spy for the leftists during the Spanish civil war, and for Sweden in Stockholm during World War II.

Spanish woman fighting for the Republican Loyalists in the Spanish Civil War. She is armed with a British Lee-Enfield rifle.

Spanish woman fighting for the Republican Loyalists in the Spanish Civil War. She is armed with a British Lee-Enfield rifle.

'Islamist link' made in Borussia Dortmund football blasts  Here's all we know so far! #FCBayern  'Islamist link' made in Borussia Dortmund football blasts  Here's all we know so far!  Dortmund: Three explosions hit German football team Borussia Dortmunds bus late Tuesday ahead of a Champions League home game and police found a letter at the scene claiming responsibility for the attack.  Here is what we know so far:-  At around 7:15 pm three explosions detonated just minutes after Dortmunds…

'Islamist link' made in Borussia Dortmund football blasts Here's all we know so far! #FCBayern 'Islamist link' made in Borussia Dortmund football blasts Here's all we know so far! Dortmund: Three explosions hit German football team Borussia Dortmunds bus late Tuesday ahead of a Champions League home game and police found a letter at the scene claiming responsibility for the attack. Here is what we know so far:- At around 7:15 pm three explosions detonated just minutes after Dortmunds…

"Kit Coleman" (1856–1915) was the nom de plume of the Irish-Canadian newspaper columnist Kathleen Blake Coleman. Coleman was the world's first accredited female war correspondent, covering the Spanish–American War for the Toronto Mail in 1898. Coleman also served as the first president of the Canadian Women's Press Club, an organization of women journalists.

"Kit Coleman" (1856–1915) was the nom de plume of the Irish-Canadian newspaper columnist Kathleen Blake Coleman. Coleman was the world's first accredited female war correspondent, covering the Spanish–American War for the Toronto Mail in 1898. Coleman also served as the first president of the Canadian Women's Press Club, an organization of women journalists.

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