Lessons for The Media

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  • The goal of this lesson plan is to research the life of Martin Luther King Jr. and to use PowerPoint to present knowledge gained. As a class, students will construct a KWL chart to establish prior knowledge. Then students will work in pairs to take notes - … chart. Day 2 - Media Center (Note Taking) Direct Instruction: Classroom teacher introduces note taking and talks about the importance of putting information … to locate information using databases in the media center. Classroom teacher reads Martin's Big Words in the classroom. Independent Practice Students use … for each of the 4 slides should be finalized. Both teachers monitor process and answer questions. Day 8 - Media Center Modeling and …
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  • Digital Literacy - … Page Views: 1646 "The Yellow Wallpaper" and Learning to Tell a Story with Visual Media Grade 9 UNIT 2 The Short Story: Lesson … the audience for fiction 5. Use interpretative and evaluative skills 6. Identify symbol & symbolism, theme 7. Retell a story using other media … be assigned a flip camera from the media center to film their adaptation of Gilmore's "The Yellow Wallpaper." Class time today will …
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  • Portraying Canadian Women in Television and Radio - … the media to portrayals in the past. Duration 1 to 2 lessons Purpose To compare and contrast portrayals of women in the media, to consider the influence of media on societal values PDF Before Exploring Brainstorm with students the types of television …
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  • The Role of the Media - … -12 The Role of the Media Project type: Assignment Related topic: Subjects Media Studies Business Studies Summary Students discuss their positions on the role of the mediathe clips they viewed and the class discussions. Distribute the download sheet The Role of the Media and ask students to map out their positions on the matter of media responsibility …
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  • Media Literacy - … , and produce media, in an effort to better understand the persuasive nature of the media. As media is persuasive, rhetorical analysis of media messages is possible … or hegemony. 2. Because media is inherently persuasive, theoretical applications dealing with persuasive messages can be applied to the media. C. Conceptions of … reasonable range of freedom to solve the media problem or analysis. 2. Any assessment involving the creation of media messages is inherently time consuming …
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  • Why Have Media Centers? - … varied, and the school (administration and teachers), the district, the community, and the media center facility itself all place requirements and restrictions on the services to … between teachers and media specialists Providing Qualified Staff and Other Personnel for the Media Program - need for qualified staff in the media center - use volunteers to perform duties that free the specialist to work …
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  • Information Access - … the same arguments. Once materials are in the media center, does everyone automatically have access to use every item that is in the center, the back room, under the counter, etc. Because the … easy. You could also form a section in the media center for all of the younger students so they would not continually try …
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  • American Dreams Educational Extensions > Lesson 1: CREATE AN AMERICAN DREAMS TALK SHOW! - … ) Media Standard 10 Understands the characteristics and components of the media Level III Grade : 6-8 1. Knows characteristics of a wide range of media … favor messages with an emotional component) 2. Understands the different purposes of various media (e.g., to provide entertainment or information, to … 10 Standard 10 Understands the characteristics and components of the media Level IV Grade : 9-12 1. Understands that media messages have economic, political …
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  • Media Violence - The Good, the Bad and the Future - … , the Bad and the Future Description This lesson asks students to define, identify, measure and assess the level and impact of violence in media. The media forms evaluated include music, sitcoms, news and other programs that may be identified by the … specific recommendations to those in the media. They can write letters and e-mail these recommendations. Present a media campaign for peace and …
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  • Media Moves - Media Moves Description This lesson is for Day 7 of the unit Wellness Wonders. Students examine various media to identify ways the media influence thoughts and feelings about health behaviors. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards HE.B.2.2.1 The student knows how the media influence thoughts and feelings about health behavior. LA.D.2.2.5.3.1 The student …
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