Lessons for The Media

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  • Creating Student Advertising - … one-hour sessions to complete the project. Learning Goals: Learn to analyze common communication strategies used by the media to influence teen choices Identify messages that teens consider important Collaborate with peers to dramatize a media ad applying … : View the "Analyzing Media" video in the Writing section of this Web site: Browse through teenage print ads (in magazines, on the Web), noting …
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  • Critical Media Literacy: Commercial Advertising - … lesson provides students with the opportunity to look at mass media in a critical way. Students become aware of the tremendous amount of … to understand how the media oppresses certain groups, convinces people to purchase certain products, and influences culture. FEATURED RESOURCES PBS Media Literacy "Getting Started" activity ideas: Students become "cultural investigators" in the area of mass media by participating in the activities suggested …
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  • Don't Buy It . Teacher's Guide . Are You Plugged In? | PBS KIDS GO! - … will be participating in the media journal homework activity and ask them to assist their children in keeping the journal (See sample Parent … the target audience? What techniques are used to gain or retain my attention? After completing the media journal, have students compare and contrast media habits in the classroom and discuss the questions above. Consumer Influence …
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  • Don't Buy It . Teacher's Guide . Design Your Own Cereal Box | PBS KIDS GO! - … applies media, techniques and processes related to the visual arts. Level 3 (Grades 5-8) BENCHMARK: Understands what makes different art media, techniques … , press. McREL Media Standards Standard 10: Understands the characteristics and components of the media. Level 2 (Grades 3-5) BENCHMARK: understands that media messages and … Standards Standard 10: Understands the characteristics and components of the media. Level 2 (Grades 3-5) BENCHMARK: understands that media messages and products are …
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  • A Media Literacy Activity - The Eye of the Beholder: A Media Literacy Lesson Plan How does the news media impact how we perceive an election? Can news coverage change … the impact the news media have on shaping perceptions and opinions in general and in their coverage of the presidential campaign. Objectives Students examine media … students to follow the media coverage of a presidential campaign, including issues that receive regular reporting and how the reporting presents the candidates. Assessment …
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  • Marconi - Secondary - … signal into complex signals of mass media. This activity will help students become aware of the media that are part of their daily lives. Use these questions as guides for creating a class survey about the various media … conclusions do the students reach about the effects of mass media on their ideas and behaviour? Copyright / Privacy Historica The Canadian The Canadian The Canadian Site …
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  • How Important Do You Think It Is to 'Build Character'? - … our "mental character" or consider our own weaknesses the way people did in the past. Another recent Opinion page piece by a … frailty these days. Capitalism has also undermined this ethos. In the media competition for eyeballs, everyone is rewarded for producing enjoyable and … measured by ratings and page views, so much of the media, and even the academy, is more geared toward pleasuring consumers, not putting …
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  • Media and War - … news media and war. Determine if there are cause-and-effect relationships between newspapers, pamphlets, letters and the American Revolution. Discuss the media's current role in the war with Iraq. How does media impact events, public opinion … differences between the news media of the Revolutionary War and the modern news media and the war in Iraq. Evaluate the impact of each within the context of …
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  • AS YOU SEE IT - … favorite section of the media center. 2. Students will be able to write a description about the illustrated favorite section of the media center. Materials … student create an illustration of the media center. Have each student write a brief description of about the media center. SRS.3.AYSI Name ____ As You See It Directions: Think about our Library Media Center and …
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  • Media Center Scavenger Hunt - … through the Media Center and locate the objects listed below. Each object in the Media Center is labeled with a letter of the alphabet. Write the corresponding letter on the line in front of the appropriate object …
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