A photo montage with placards saying Fake News, fiction, mensonge in front of a photo of Donald Trump taking an oath.

Fake New Exhibition in Your School!

Posted by Speakeasy News > Friday 05 November 2021 > Pedagogy


The Fake News exhibition created by the CLEMI which is running in Paris till February 2022 is now also available as 10 A3-sized posters that you can print up and display in your school. There's a webinar and teaching pack to help you guide your pupils to get the most out of the experience.

The exhibition isn’t specifically designed for English classes, but quite a number of the exhibits are from the English-speaking world or don’t contain specific language content. We give examples of content that is usable in language classes in our article about the in-person exhibition.

Why not make it a cross-curricular project with your colleagues teaching history and geography, civics, other languages or French?

You can download the posters and teaching pack, and watch the webinar on the CLEMI site.

Fake News: Art, fiction, mensonge
Till January 2022
Free, but reservation required
Group reservations:
resafondationedf@lpcvm.fr
06 24 06 57 59
Downloadable version

Mikhail ZLATKOVSKY, "Empty news", 2008

This is a good addition to Shine Bright Terminale Short File 11 Real or Fake?



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