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Acid Rain : Locating the Author's Main Idea by Bob Anderson
Addiction : Distinguishing Between Fact and Opinion by Bradley Steffens
Advertising : Distinguishing Between Fact and Opinion by Neal Bernards
AIDS : Distinguishing Between Fact and Opinion by Teresa Opheim
Alcohol : Understanding Words in Context by Carol O'Sullivan
Animal Rights : Distinguishing Between Fact and Opinion by Bradley Steffens
Causes of Crime : Distinguishing Between Fact and Opinion by Stacey L. Tipp
Child Abuse : Detecting Bias by Stacey L. Tipp
Christopher Columbus : Recognizing Stereotypes by Bonnie Szumski
The Death Penalty : Identifying Propaganda Techniques by Carol O'Sullivan
Drugs and Sports : Locating the Author's Main Idea by Carol O'Sullivan
Elections : Locating the Author's Main Idea by Neal Bernards
Endangered Species : Understanding Words in Context by Bob Anderson
The Environment : Distinguishing Between Fact and Opinion by William Dudley
Forests : Identifying Propaganda Techniques by Bob Anderson
Free Speech : Identifying Propaganda Techniques by Bradley Steffens
Garbage : Understanding Words in Context by Bob Anderson
Gun Control : Distinguishing Between Fact and Opinion by Carol O'Sullivan
The Homeless : Distinguishing Between Fact and Opinion by Terry O'Neill
Hunger : Examining Cause and Effect Relationships by Neal Bernards
Immigration : Identifying Propaganda Techniques by Bonnie Szumski
Nuclear Power : Examining Cause and Effect Relationships by Neal Bernards
The Palestinian Conflict : Identifying Propaganda Techniques by Neal Bernards
Patriotism : Recognizing Stereotypes by Bonnie Szumski
Police Brutality : Recognizing Stereotypes by Neal Bernards
Pollution : Examining Cause and Effect Relationships by Bob Anderson
Population : Detecting Bias by Neal Bernards
Poverty : Locating the Author's Main Idea by Carol O'Sullivan
Prisons : Detecting Bias by Neal Bernards
Smoking : Distinguishing Between Fact and Opinion by Bonnie Szumski
Television : Identifying Propaganda Techniques by Carol O'Sullivan
Toxic Wastes : Examining Cause and Effect Relationships by Bonnie Szumski
The U.S. Constitution : Locating the Author's Main Idea by William Dudley
The War on Drugs : Examining Cause and Effect Relationships by Neal Bernards
Working Mothers : Understanding Words in Context by Bradley Steffens
Zoos : Identifying Propaganda Techniques by Terry O'Neill

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