find news that interests them in the news media and look up the source on which the news is based. That source must be a scientific article in a peer-reviewed journal. Students then evaluate how well the article covers the subject of the scientific article. Students are expected to think critically and explain both what is well said in the news and what is missing. In some cases, wrongdoing or misleading information is given in the news, and then it is important to report it. In other cases, all aspects of the scientific discipline are properly and clearly explained and then it needs to be discussed. Students write a short essay (500-600 words) where the content of the article is explained, the content of the scientific article is explained in a clear manner and a reasoned critique of the quality of the news is presented.