Lessons for The Media

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  • Media Center Treasure Hunt - … of the Media Center and write the corresponding number on an activity sheet. 2. The student will use media materials to answer questions about the Media center. Materials Library Media Center Numbered “Posts of Gold” Activity sheet – Media Treasure … will successfully complete the Media Treasure Hunt activity. Name ____ Section ____ Media Center Treasure Hunt Browse through the Media Center. Locate the following items and …
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  • Creating a Song - … , and emotion. Students will know multiple uses of music in the media. Students will understand that music preferences reflect one's own … in future presentations, commercials, and movies. The length of the song should be 45-60 seconds. The song should include one track of … activities to create knowledge products for audiences inside and outside the classroom. Use technology resources (e.g., calculators, data collection probes …
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  • New Perspectives on Ancient Ireland - … varied disciplines use information to learn about ancient societies. Bookmark the following sites: Standards: Language Arts Gathers and uses information for … , schedules, speeches, memoranda, public documents, maps) Uses the general skills and strategies of the writing process Uses strategies to adapt writing for … and uses information for research purposes Understands the characteristics and components of the media Understands how different media (e.g., documentaries, current affairs programs …
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  • Media - … the media in other countries? 4) Do you think that the news should be censored? If yes, who should do control the censorship, the media or the government? 5) Which type of media do you think does the best job of reporting the news in …
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  • Developing a Media Portfolio - … more about how the media influence their life choices. Step One: Students define media. Have students discuss the vehicles used by media to feed images … ? What does this sample "say" about media? A reflection letter, which should discuss the media and the images you've collected. Letters should be one page, double-spaced. They may be addressed to anyone in the
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  • Violence in the Media - … the media. Each group will then share its definition and examples with the class, the teacher will then conduct the activity: "Taking a Stand on Media Violence". After the activity, the small groups will then discuss different ways of dealing with violence in the media and share ideas with the
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  • What is a Canadian/American? - … bristol board) in the image of the Canadian/American flag. The left half of the flag will consist of representations from the media. The right half will … half of the flag must have at least five written quotations addressing "Canadianess"/"Americaness." The "media side" must have quotations taken from the media -- TV, film, internet, magazines, commercials, etc. The "personal side" must have …
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  • Critical Media Literacy: TV Programs - … of people in the media Investigate social values presented in the media Analyze portrayals of teenagers in the media Identify stereotypes presented through the media Investigate television's … a discussion about media literacy: What is the media? How does the media make you feel? Has any information you received from the media ever angered you … . Model the media observation activity by stopping the video to discuss various components of the activity included on the activity sheet. Give students the Media Observation sheet …
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  • Keeping News Trustworthy - … deconstruct) what the media presents. 6. Have them list questions that would help them better understand the content of a story in the media. (How … does the way the story was presented have on your feelings and the way you think about what occurred? 8. Pass out the "Media Log … , and politics. 9. Introduce the term "media literacy." Explain that being literate in the language and methods used by the media doesn't mean being …
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  • Media Fallout in Russia - … activities in the lesson plan, they can consider ownership of the media in general and how ownership affects reporting. Curriculum connections: media education, social … about media using the following questions: Who do you think owns the media? Do you care who owns the media? Why or why not? Why might media ownership matter? 2. Ask students to read the CNNfyi …
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