Lessons for The Media

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  • Olympic Shadow Boxes - … each grade level completing the activity each day. Friday is reserved for celebrating. 1. Before the students come to the Media Center I do some preliminary activities: a. Randomly assign a sport from the Winter Olympics to … not leave the Media Center to obtain any additional supplies. 7. As each class completes their box, they must leave the Media Center clean …
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  • Media Literacy Lesson Plans, Glencoe Health 2003 - … ambitions. Apply the media literacy skill of identifying a message's purpose to a biography about a notable athlete. Introducing the Lesson Download … important distinction among the articles exists. Next to the list of differences on the chalkboard, write the word purpose. Note that every media construction is … an awareness of the purpose is a vital part of media literacy. Distribute copies of the biography, or direct students to the Web site …
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  • Real life or broken mirror? Examining media representations of teenagers - … with: Feist and HIM. "The media reflects complicated teen realities" by Michelle Goodman; "The VIEW RESULTS Concert review: media distorts teens," by Gohar Galyan … this lesson, students will discuss the Culture. It's of the hottest representation of teenagers by the media, how media representations affect who we are … of "The media reflects complicated teen realities," "The media revolution in distorts teens," and "Adults commit more crimes than teens" (one per the 60s. student …
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  • Faces tell feelings - Part 6 - Emotions collage - … : The learner will develop skills necessary for understanding and applying media, techniques, and processes. Objective 2.01: Expands control and manipulation of the media and tools which may include the following: Photography … 2.04: Develop familiarity with specific media and processes. Goal 3: The learner will organize the components of a work into a cohesive …
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  • Safety belts - … they want to send to the public, as the NIKE ads which fea- they often will go through the media. Media can be television, ture women radio, newspapers, and magaathletes. zines. Media provide us with entertainment, news, information, and advertisements or commercials. The media … phone book or the Media Directory in your town's library. Write a letter to the Director of the television station explaining the purpose of …
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  • "MULTI MEDIA ""SELF"" PRESENTATION" - … student understanding of the software being used and ideas to be integrated in the presentation. Objective(s) and Purpose: * Applies media, techniques, and … are carried out in art works. * Understands how the communication of ideas relates to the media, techniques, and processes used. * Initiates, defines, and … and media. * A completed storyboard which demonstrates the components of the project. Modeling: An example of a completed project would be presented to the
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  • Tonight's Homework - Watch Cartoons - … the title imply that they do? Again, discuss how the media has influenced our thinking. Day 4 From the Day 2 homework list, select the commercials that advertise food. Sort those commercials onto the food pyramid. Talk about how the media can …
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  • Deconstructing Media Messages - … particular media message). Each member of the group should be responsible for investigating at least one of the people involved in the media message. Then the groups create an oral or written presentation in which they describe the people involved and their contributions to the selected media
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  • Media Coverage - … the media; people are apathetic and don't care; there's so much information out there that it's hard to prioritize thethe CHARACTER COUNTS! online store: http://www.charactercounts.org/materials McREL standards Language Arts Standard 10. Understands the characteristics and components of the media. Level IV, Benchmark 1. Understands that media messages have economic, political, social …
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  • Leaders in a Media Age - … of the 2000 presidential election). What do you think causes inaccurate reporting? 3. Refer to the CNNfyi.com backgrounder "Understanding the role of the media" for additional information about the media and its purposes. Concerning media presentation, especially television coverage, ask students how much they think the
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