Lessons for The Media

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  • Personal Health, Peer Pressure - … to: Recognize the importance of personal hygiene and grooming. Demonstrate health advocacy skills in an original advertisement. Apply the media literacy skill of recognizing unreliable testimony to an ad for a hair care product. Introducing the Lesson Ask students … . Direct students to the ad for shampoo in the Student Resources. Assign the following to student groups to use in their media analysis. You …
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  • Understanding Beginning, Middle, & End of a Story - … reporting. 6. With the help of the media specialist, the beginning group reports their description of the events while the rest of the class decides if that … read the ending of the story, then the end group will have to predict the ending on chart paper. 9. The media specialist then reads the end to determine if the
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  • Marshall McLuhan - Secondary - … to keep in mind the differences between the media. - Groups then present their stories to each other and discuss the differences within each medium. Did details change, depending on the … news changed newspaper design and writing? Copyright / Privacy Historica The Canadian The Canadian The Canadian Site created by 7th Floor Media Encyclopedia Encyclopedia Encyclopedia
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  • Who's Theodor Seuss Geisel?: Meet the real Dr. Seuss - … following the introduction in the Media Center. Week 2 Day 1: Classroom Teacher and Media Coordinator will introduce the project on Dr. Seuss and discuss the … articles in the Media Center. Students will begin filling out the biography template. Day 4: Students will complete the biography template in the Media Center and … researching information for the biography template. The students were allowed to type their biography on the computer. The Media Coordinator is part of the "duty-free …
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  • Navigating Nonfiction - … to point to the area in the media center where nonfiction is located. Review simple definition of the Dewey Decimal System (all the books about … background knowledge of the Dewey Decimal System and the nonfiction section of the media center. The lesson will be much smoother if the classroom teacher or an assistant is available to help monitor the
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  • "Mice" in the Media Center - … as the characters on display. We would break up into small groups throughout the Media Center for reading and sharing the books. Then the small groups would plan how they would like to share with the other … book made by the Media Specialist of what I do each day of the week in the Media Center. This activity explains to the children why …
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  • Princess Diana & Mother Teresa | Teachable Moment - … study the effects of a media catastrophe - or of a catastrophe in the media - or of a media report of a catastrophe. The death of the Princess … the breaking story was as strong as Tianenmen Square, the bomb at the Atlanta Olympics, the Cuban missile crisis or the Kennedy assassination(s). How the media handled the story is one lesson. Some media went …
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  • Women in the Media - … girls in the media. Lesson Objectives: Students will: * * * * * * List and discuss the ways they think women and men are portrayed in the mass media, based … the Media Teaching Strategy: pbs.org/independentlens/sistersof77 1. Write the words "Women" and "Men" on the board. Ask students to brainstorm some of thethe brief excerpt from the SISTERS OF '77 video in which Gloria Steinem states that the media bears a large responsibility in defeating the ERA …
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  • Travilah Animal Research Project - … of available computers in the media center. Switch groups every 20 minutes. Other groups will use print resources or the print encyclopedia. 3. Students will be introduced to the animal pathfinder to help them find information on the Internet and in the media center. Model Works Cited. 4. Students will be introduced to multitasking. This would include switching between the
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  • Beyond Black and White - … minorities in the entertainment media suggests about society today? 4. WRAP-UP/HOMEWORK: Each student maintains a "minorities in the media" log. Over the course … of minority characters in the entertainment media have changed in their lifetimes. Do they feel that the media has progressed with the times, or do … , hints and cheats. The Media Awareness Network (http://www.media-awareness.ca/eng/) offers practical support for media education in the home, school and community …
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