Walt: Find and link information across a range of texts
Work on this Doc together with a partner.
What was the author’s main message in pseudoscience
|That you shouldn’t believe everything you see on tv, this text tells you that you should look into the subject (For example ribena) instead of believe that it has four times as much vitamin c than in oranges you should look into it and experiment it|
What are some of the differences between scientists and advertisers?
|They do more research and look into the subject||They don’t tell the full story and don’t look into if they are right or not|
|The tell you the truth||They tell lies so you can buy their product|
Write 3 sentences explaining something new you’ve learned from this reading.
|I learnt what pseudoscience means, it means that people usually bend the truth by saying that something (like carrots) can help you see in the dark, but carrots don’t help they are just good for your eyes. Also talking about carrots, i learnt carrots do not help you see in the dark, i’m dumb and i thought they did. Last thing is that ribena got sued for misleading information and saying something that wasn’t true|
True or False
|A pseudonym is a false name||True||3||In the text it says “a pseudonym is a false name that people use”|
|Blackcurrants have vitamin D||False||3||In the text it says “blakccurrants are high in vitamin C” but never talked about vitamin D|
|Flavanols help people remember things||False||4||The text says it helps older people not all people|
|Scientists critique each other||True||5||Scientists do this to make sure they are telling the truth|
|Carrots have vitamin A||True||6||The text says it has vitamin A|
|Carrots help us see in the dark||False||6||Carrots do have vitamin A but it’s just good for the eyes and cannot help you see in the dark|
Today in reading we had to answer some qestion about what we learnt in the book pseudoscience. this task is fun