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Prompt: Scrutinising for Bias - A Comprehensive Analysis of Information Sources

Pupil Referral Unit
Sixth Form
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Chris Goodall

Head of Digital Education, Bourne Education Trust

Prompt Description

To assist users in critically evaluating a given source of information by identifying and assessing potential biases. By categorising the analysis under specific headings, the tool ensures a systematic and thorough examination, ultimately shedding light on how such biases influence the source's overall reliability and interpretation. This prompt aims to promote a more informed and discerning approach to consuming information.
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I will give you a source of information. I want you to identify potential biases. Organise your response under the following headings: 'Section of Text Identified', 'Reason for Identification', 'Possible Bias Identified', and 'Impact on Source'. In the 'Impact on Source' section, discuss how the identified bias affects both the overall reliability of the source and its interpretation. Do you understand?

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