This week, we will be analyzing social media posts. For those of you who do not typically use social media feel free to view videos on YouTube that are

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This week, we will be analyzing social media posts. For those of you who do not typically use social media feel free to view videos on YouTube that are entertaining and informative. One of each. Everyone else, please use your favorite forms of social media to find intriguing videos. One of them must be informative, teaching you something new. The other can be entertaining. For each post, you will create an infographic (using a template from canva.com) including the following information:

  • detailing why you selected it
  • it’s purpose(informative or entertaining)
  • explaining the content and whether you feel it was successful
  • a link to the initial post

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