Bias Word Choice and Tone

Bias Word Choice and Tone

Read the following quotes from News Articles.

  1. Identify the point of view of each quote.
  2. Use your understanding about bias to explain how the quotation uses word choice and tone and shows bias toward a specific point of view.

 

  • “Contrary to the arguments often made by climate alarmists, higher temperatures are much less dangerous than global cooling would be, and climate scientists cannot guarantee that global cooling won’t occur at some point in the relatively near future.”

 

  • Here we have a toxic cocktail of reasoning by the president, who doesn’t seem to be capable of thinking far into the future about legacy, or about protecting the planet for our children, and our children’s children.

 

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