Lessons for The Media

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  • Minding the Media - … , on the radio you listen to, on the Web sites you visit and in the magazines and newspapers you read. First, name the media, the program, and other specific identifiers for each entry. Second, record whether you think thethe government and the media; Understands the ways in which television, radio, the press, newsletters, and emerging means of communication influence American politics, and understands the
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  • Presidential Campaign Stop - … to participate in the event. For example, will the Democratic mayor appear alongside a Republican candidate? Would the union leader? Plan the media coverage that will be sought at each of the events. For example, which ones will be open to the media? Which forms of media
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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 brief excerpt from the SISTERS OF '77 video in which Gloria Steinem states that the media bears a large responsibility in defeating the ERA … (or don't see) in the media? What changes, if any, would you like to see in the media's representation of women and …
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  • Walter Cronkite: Witness to History - … in the 21st century, students will explore the state and purpose of media today, research the history of the media and learn how to write using the … "the public agenda," how it is set, and how it is influenced by public opinion and the media Understands the historical perspective Understands how the Cold War and conflicts in Korean and Vietnam influenced domestic and international politics Uses the
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  • Alien Visitor's Rewrite - … very flat, simple representations of people. Show students the media ownership chart found on the Merchants of Cool Web site (http://www.pbs … images we see in the media and what kind of variety there is. Now ask students to do the hard work. Ask them … capable of understanding the difference between talking about how the media portrays a social group and talking about how people in the class actually …
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  • Who Participates? Identifying Diversity - … understand the stereotypical portrayals of cultural groups presented in the media. Introduction Nick Giannopoulos, producer/director of "The Wog Boy" gives some insights on the non-representation of Australia's cultural diversity in the … other forms of the media eg radio, newspaper, film, advertising. 2. Find an example of a stereotyped portrayal in the media and rewrite or …
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  • What Influences Our Perception of Gender Roles? - … and the Media PROCEDURES: 1. Following an introductory lesson on gender equity, distribute the instruction sheet. Carefully go over the assignment. Have examples from the media formats to share with students. 2. The day the assignment is … of the media you selected. 3. Make a list of the gender equity issues found in the media selected. This list should come from the discussions …
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  • A Healthy Body Image - … able to recognize the impact of media on body image. Students will also be able to analyze the influence of media on needs and … the media has or could affect their body image and how the media has or could influence their individual purchasing habits. Include also, what the media could do differently to make sure they are not giving out the wrong idea of the 'perfect' body or …
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  • Every Waking Minute? Examining Personal Media Habits - … and deliver persuasive speeches on the media and technology topic of their choice. Materials | Student journals, copies of the handout, chart paper/graph … the estimates they initially made on the Measuring Your Media survey. Display the graphic "Raised on Screens" and have students compare their media use against the … and interpret visual media. 10. Understands the characteristics and components of the media. Life Skills: Thinking and Reasoning 1. Understands and applies the basic principles …
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  • FACS: Messages from the Media - … movies of the timeNewspapers that have ads in them Background For Teachers: Web Sites Exploring Media Message Messages from the Media (pdf) Deconstructing Media Messages (pdf) Intended Learning Outcomes: Students will understand that media is sending messages … invisible message they think the media is sending in what they are viewing. Discuss the answers they write on the board. WHAT DO YOU …
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