Lessons for The Media

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  • Elementary school students often use books from the media center to read on topics related to their own personal interests (pets, Holidays, etc.) or to address classroom assignments (communities/the family). This series of lessons will enable students to - … the library media center. PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: The measurable outcome of this lesson will be for the child to have a book to present to the media … on the book they have selected, their expectations of the book and why they selected it. Assessment: EVALUATION PROCEDURES: By using the media center catalogue computer students were able to locate and select books in the media center. Students will be …
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  • The Teacher Librarian and High School Spanish Teacher collaborated to design a lesson that incorporates technology into an exercise for students to demonstrate their understanding of Spanish vocabulary usage. The students will learn how to create an onlin - … the media center to develop their projects. The Spanish teacher will give an overview of assignment requirements and review expectations of the project using the … that a list of approved sites will be available in the media center. Spanish teacher selects a listing and reads through descriptive … recorded and available to students during the next lessons. Day 2 - media center/computer lab Direct Instruction: The TL will provide a list …
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  • How do the media construct celebrity? - … is the concept of celebrity changing in contemporary Australian society? 3. Students will understand how the media construct celebrities. How do the media construct celebrities … speech on one of the following topics: • • • 1, 2, 3, 4 1, 2, 3 The media makes celebrities: without the media celebrities wouldn’t exist. Argue your point of view. The media constructs celebrities as a …
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  • AOIT Digital Video and Digital Media - … . Content in the mini-presentation may include: • The definition of the digital media type • The uses of the media type • What makes the media types • How the media type is relevant to their daily lives • Any relevant information from Student Resource 3.2, "Reading: Digital Media in Communications" These can be listed on the board. Assign a different media type to each group. The media types that can …
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  • AOIT, Digital Video and Digital Media, Unit 2, Introduction to Digital Video - … Types, Media Assets, and Equipment This introductory presentation/discussion covers: • The range of production scales and genres for digital video projects • The media assets used to create digital video projects • The equipment used … video production role. The objective of this activity is to reinforce and extend what students have learned about the media, roles, and equipment …
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  • Introduction to Sexual Involvement - … . Concepts/ Skills: * The students will view videos from the Media Education Foundation's website about the power of media over the topic of sex. * The students will take notes over the video and … the same question for this video. - At this time discuss the two videos and the thoughts of the students about the videos. - Sample questions: "Does the media
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  • Operation Iraqi Freedom - … by the term "public agenda." Identify the characteristics and components of the media. Analyze how the media set public agendas and why. Explore the connections between the media and public opinion in terms of the … poorly explained the relationship between the media and the public agenda; did not complete the review of the local media and did not include most of the points …
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  • High Exposure - … misinterpretation of data from the media. IV. Learning Objectives: Students will be able to interpret data they receive from the media; Students will be able to discuss possible misinterpretation of data from the media; and Students will be able to correctly respond to the … events using the exposure they get in the media? - What elements do the media leave out when reporting a story? - Does the media report the mundane? - Does the media report …
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  • Scavenger Search - … take the class to the media center for research. Procedures 1. Explain the research assignment. Using library resource materials, reference books, electronic media, and the Internet, students will answer at least twenty of the questions on the "Scavenger Search". (See attachment.) 2. Take the class to the media center for research. 3. Collect the results of the research …
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  • Bacteria Pool Party - … 020810 3. Inoculate the bacteria into the center of the plate, making sure that most of the cells are embedded in the media instead of on top. This will be easy because the media is so soft. The area of … compare the level of activity of different types of bacteria, or to change the energy source in the media (for example, replace the dextrose in the media
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