MBFC’s Weekly Media Literacy Quiz Covering the Week of July 23rd – July 29nd

Welcome to our weekly media literacy quiz. This quiz will test your knowledge of the past week’s events with a focus on facts, misinformation, bias, and general media literacy. Please share and compare your results.

Media Literacy = the ability to critically analyze stories presented in the mass media and to determine their accuracy or credibility.

Media Literacy Quiz for Week of July 29

Test your knowledge with 7 questions about current events, media bias, fact checks, and misinformation.

Rules: No Googling! Use reasoning and logic if you don't know.

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5 Comments on "MBFC’s Weekly Media Literacy Quiz Covering the Week of July 23rd – July 29nd"

  1. Dan Kmitta | July 29, 2023 at 7:49 am |

    I think question number 4 may be wrong. The only answer choices were yes/no and no would be the equivalent of false would it not?

  2. Tom McFadden | July 29, 2023 at 9:13 am |

    Your question whether Ron Deathsantis hired Juan Williams can’t be false? It would have to be no or yes?? A question being asked is not the same as doing the thing being asked. Look forward to your response.

  3. Question 4 is still wrong. Both answer choices are negatives. I chose the one that would more closely grammatically match the question, but it was false.

  4. Richard Babylon | August 2, 2023 at 8:50 pm |

    Ack, I screwed up my Constitutional Amendments. Got the rest right, though #7 was a guess. Thanks for another good quiz. And that fake headline: whew, what scares me is that hundreds of thousands of people would likely read such an article with wide-eyed credulity, then share it with others, never bothering to check it out from other sources or give it any critical thought.
    Incidentally, the first time I tried to post this comment I saw “Nonce verification failed,” or something similar.

  5. Media Bias Fact Check | August 4, 2023 at 12:46 pm |

    Get ready. This week will feature the 14th amendment!


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