Thanks Alan. For number 1, I definitely hope they nuance it. Perhaps I can give them labels beyond true and fake, with true but misrepresented (some of Mike’s are like this) or probably true and probably fake.. the nuance is important. I actually try hard to ensure in class we do those true(ish) ones that seem fake because it’s important for students to believe as well as doubt. And I think contextual ones are really important- what you know about something helps you figure out if it’s suspicious or not