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Monroe Middle School Library: Photo Booth

Learning Goals:

  • Students will be able to describe several ways to identify a "faked" image
  • Students will be able to complete a reverse image search.

Success Indicators:

  • Students will complete an Edpuzzle describing how to identify faked images.
  • Students will complete four reverse image searches to identify what has been modified in a faked image.

Formative HERE

Edpuzzle code is:  umhoiwc

How to Spot a Fake Image


1  Instructions

  1. Watch & Complete the Edpuzzle,  "How to Spot a Fake Image
  2. Take a screen shot of your final score and paste it into the Formative

How to do a Reverse Image Search

4   Instructions

1.  Watch and complete this Edpuzzle, "How to Use Google Reverse Search"

2. Copy & Paste a screen shot of your final score into the Formative.

Instructions for Google Chrome Reverse Image Search

6  Click this Button to return to the Fairgrounds to pick your next ride.

Fake News Fairgrounds Button


2   Instructions

  1. Then go try your new skills at identifying a fake photo HERE.
  2. Take a screen shot & paste your final score into the Formative.

Test Your Skills

3  INSTructions

1. Play Whack-a-Mole where you whack the REAL photos.

2. Take a screen shot of your final score and paste it into the Formative.

Reverse Images to Search

5  Instructions

1. Complete a reverse image search on the following images and then answer the questions in the Formative about each one.

Number this question
is in the Formative

Image you need to reverse image search.
8. Boy holding an iPhone



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