Lessons for The Media

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  • Bookmaking - … . Blair Grade: Grade 7-8 Subject: Arts and Crafts Topic: The construction and writing of an illustrated children's book. Content: Bookbinding Endpapapers Illustrating a story Writing a children's story The student will design, write, illustrate, and construct a Goals: original … their book in a special exhibit to be located in the Media Center. The student will: 1. Write an original story. 2. Illustrate …
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  • Cultural Lit. 41: Native American Images in the Media - Cultural Lit. 41: Native American Images in the Media Time Frame: 2 class periods that run 60 minutes each. … reasons for, contemporary and historical misrepresentation of American Indians in the media after receiving direct instruction, reading selected texts and working in … . 62 to the end of the 2nd paragraph on p. 65, article: Savage Desires: The Gendered Construction of the American Indian in Popular Media. 2 …
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  • Comic Makeovers: Examining Race, Class, Ethnicity, and Gender in the Media - … makeover." This activity leads to greater awareness of stereotypes in the media and urges students to form more realistic visions of these … -based art forms." Perhaps one of the simpler forms of media to explore in the classroom is the cartoon or comic strip. As Rocco Versaci explains, however, cartoons can be quite valuable in the
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  • Critical Media Literacy: TV Programs - … . The media has a huge effect on popular culture. Television programs underscore stereotypes of various groups of people. By looking at the media critically, students develop an awareness of the messages that are portrayed through the media. FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE Luke, C. (May, 1999). Media … : The Magazine of Middle Level Education, 6, 15-21. The world of the adolescent cannot be understood without considering the profound influence of the mass media. Media
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  • Advertising - … and Speaking Strategies Comprehension 1.1 Recognize strategies used by the media to inform, persuade, entertain, and transmit culture (e.g. advertisements … judge the ethical issues concerning the role of advertising in contemporary society. 2. To identify misleading, erroneous messages presented in advertising and the media … is one interesting way to do this. I use the Understanding Media CD-ROM to do a presentation on how advertising constructs …
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  • Don't Buy It . Teacher's Guide . Teen Heroes | PBS KIDS GO! - … endings to the program clip viewed. Engage students in a discussion about non-violent ways to resolve conflict. Alignments McREL Media Standards Standard 10: Understands the characteristics and components of the media. Level 2 (Grades 3-5) BENCHMARK: understands that media messages and … .g., shots in movies, sections of a newspaper). BENCHMARK VOCABULARY: media message, product, separate elements, camera shot, movie, newspaper section. McREL …
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  • Television Ritual and Special Events - … included the annual Grey Cup and Superbowl sports This teachable moment is spectaculars; winter and summer Olympics; beauty pageants; from the Media Literacy inaugurations of premiers, prime ministers, and presidents; Resource Guide, published by visits by the Pope and royalty … Duncan and a team of ten media educators from the Discuss the following questions with students: Association for Media Literacy. How well does television …
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  • How is the Media Dealing With Cancer in Our Society Today? - … 2000 How is the media dealing with cancer in our society today? Length of lesson: 1 day. Aim: How is the media dealing with cancer in our society today? Vocabulary: oncology, metastatic, chemotherapy, malignant, benign, tumor, carcinogen, mutation. Development: Before discussing the … assignment to be discussed in class the following day. 1. Give the names of three people in the media who recently admitted that they …
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  • Media Ownership and Control - … they have traced the origins of the three media products, ask students to research and answer the following questions about the media corporations that they have identified: 1) What is the general history of the corporation? 2) What …
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  • Environmental Risk Management Mini-Unit - … for the class to read and report on b. Convey that surprising student reactions are common c. CW question: “How does the media … we learn to evaluate information, data and warnings presented by the media or government?” Part B – Risk Probability and Risk Assessment (30 … learn to effectively evaluate information, data and warnings presented by the media or government? Part C: Risk Management 3. Identify at least …
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