Check the facts FIRST!
SIFT four simple principles: to always consider. If you do not get the full story with all the correct facts; then you only have a piece of fiction based upon some desirable thoughts and words!
Date: 2/22/2021 3:06:57 AM ( 55 d ) ... viewed 99 times
In 2016, Mr. Caulfield met Mr. Wineburg, who suggested modeling the process after the way professional fact-checkers assess information. Mr. Caulfield refined the practice into four simple principles:
2. Investigate the source.
3. Find better coverage.
4. Trace claims, quotes, and media to the original context.
Otherwise known as SIFT.
Without the whole truth you only have a tall tale! Yet everyone today seems to want and believe " could be! - or Want a be!" ideas, but not the whole truth! This is called " Fiction".
While fiction has it's place in some writing - it is a dull and weak substitute for the whole truth!
Use the outline here to check and align your story with the whole truth!
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