It's like comparing apples and oranges!

Some people say you can’t compare apples and oranges. But one man took it upon himself to do just that. Of course, that doesn’t mean that it is a fair comparison. His opinion is a little biased.

This infographic is a great way to show writers bias. Anytime anyone writes something, they include their bias, intentional or not. In this case it is obvious and intentional, but not in all cases. It takes practice to be able to point it out and this gives students a great opportunity to see it and practice pointing it out.

A discussion about bias using this infographic can be followed by creating an infographic or writing an article using bias, and then trying not to use bias. Students can read each others and point out the bias’s that are still there. The class can also read documents in various subjects and find the bias’s to pick out the truth.

(Disclaimer: This infographic was created for adults and so there are two words that one may need to be aware of: culinary sadists in the beginning, and sheeit at the end. But these words can easily be cut out without loosing any meaning of the infograph



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