CORA (Community of Online Research Assignments) is an open access resource for faculty and librarians. This particular lesson, entitled "Evaluating news sites: Credible or Clickbait?" teaches students how to evaluate if a news site is reliable.
MERLOT (Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Training) is a program of the California State University System. Membership is free and members can submit materials which go through extensive peer review. This collection of materials is about fake news and finding and evaluating credible sources.
Mediashift.org's Education Tools & Tips Site
Articles that present examples of how professors have involved students in new media journalism projects, including fact-checking
This is a class being offered at the University of Washington. The professors have everything online, including syllabus and readings.
This site provides articles and an assessment of their bias, from left to right.
NPR: Five ways teachers are fighting fake news
Five in-class exercises used by real teachers for teaching about fake news
New York Times: Evaluating sources in a post-truth world
Geared for classroom use, this is a sample lesson plan on analyzing fake news