Lessons for The Media

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  • How to Teach Your Students About Fake News - Lesson Plan - … 's a problem. This lesson gives students media literacy skills they need to navigate the media, including how to spot fake news. Check … more at PBS NewsHour Extra. Launch Transcript Download I accept the terms and conditions outlined in this license. Educational Standards You … to Real Life Dangers Such as 'Pizzagate' | PBS NewsHour The Lowdown | Fake News Lesson Plan Fact vs. Fiction in the Media | PBS NewsHour
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  • Different Strokes for Different Folks - Different Strokes for Different Folks Description Students are taken to the media center to review various genre of literature, apply information and … State Standards LA.E.1.2.1.4.1 The student understands the distinguishing features of literary texts (for example, fiction, drama … which students will locate. Procedures FIRST SESSION 1. Class visits Media Center and teacher introduces characteristics of specific genre of literature …
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  • Campaign Ad Critique - … Language Arts Civics Current Events Grades 6-8 9-1 The media plays a huge role in deciding who gets elected to … media literacy. Objectives Students analyze current campaign TV ads and literature. They identify the ad by "type." They learn to look beyond the ad to understand its intended purposes and its real content. Keywords election, campaign, advertisement, media literacy, president, critical …
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  • Modern Day Piracy - … laws and media literacy flash drive printer folder binders Transition / Warm Up: Open Microsoft word and list the six big media corporations America … will find a clip of muiti media that explains copyright infringment. In addition students will list the media that copyright Laws cover. Time … be used in a government class to discuss media and the law. Follow-Up Discuss the difference between copyright and fair use. Listen …
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  • Newspaper Article - Viewing and Representing - … understand how visual design is used to convey messages in the mass media. Students will write a new article for a photo … how the media uses it to convey its messages. Checking for Understanding: Make sure students understand how viewing pictures helps support what the … and recap on how viewing and representing are used in the mass media. Assessment: Check how each student is following directions and …
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  • Newspaper Article - Viewing and Representing - … understand how visual design is used to convey messages in the mass media. Students will write a new article for a photo … how the media uses it to convey its messages. Checking for Understanding: Make sure students understand how viewing pictures helps support what the … and recap on how viewing and representing are used in the mass media. Assessment: Check how each student is following directions and …
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  • Video Book Trailer - … select a fiction novel from the media center for the purpose of creating a video book report in the form of a video trailer … complete graphic organizers that assist students with summarizing and analyzing the plot of their books. Students will work in groups to …
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  • Publishing - … web mentor. K - 2 Publish information in a variety of media including, but not limited to, printed copy or monitor display. 3 - 5 Publish information in a variety of media including, but not limited to, printed copy, monitor display, Internet … can come, and sponsor a book signing. Invite the media. Monitor display: Use the computer lab to give spelling, language and math tests …
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  • Rescue! - Rescue! Media Project Goals Introduce students to various aspects of the media. Allow students to research the area of rescue. Work cooperatively with other … of media he or she would like to work with, and place it in the corresponding basket in the front of the room. The teacher will draw 3-4 students from the same basket to be a media team. Using the
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  • Introduction to Media Concentration and Convergence - … give examples of the following terms: mass media, information superhighway, media concentration, media convergence, journalistic ethics, and editorial policy. Students may use the CBC Radio … on the site. Describe examples of media concentration mentioned on the site. Describe one example of a new voice in the world of media conglomerates … note their family's media consumption over the course of a few days. Students should note if any of the media converge and list …
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