The links below provide the latest coverage and up to date reports on the 2010 Mid-Term Election. When visiting these sites consider whether the information provided is factual, opinion, or a mix of both and always be sure to note whether you are reading an article or an editorial. Also note the source ( print publication, news organization, television program or network, radio ) and try to determine if the information is presented in a way that reveals a particular bias or point of view.

The "How To Watch a Debate" worksheet (linked below) was distributed in class and we discussed that critical viewing skills are just as important as critical reading and thinking skills when watching and evaluating a political debate.

Please take time to familiarize yourself with the sites linked below and when viewing/reading the content of a particular source remember to consider the overall quality of the information provided including accuracy, bias, point of view and reliability. - Politics

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