Lessons for The Media

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  • Russian Spy Wants to Stay in Usa - … is shocked about photos and information being posted on the Internet. She says the media are portraying her to be some kind of Mata Hari spy. Mr Baum said: "She was embarrassed by some of the … is shocked about photos and information being posted on the Internet. She says the media (7) ____ portraying her to be some kind … is shocked about photos and information being posted on the Internet. She says the media are portraying her to be some kind of …
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  • When Disaster Strikes, What Can Government Do? - … the anecdotes circulating in the media and on the Internet are disturbingly like those from the last disaster and the one before that. We recognize that the … ]hile the media fixated on the federal government's failures, they ignored the quiet successes achieved by the regulatory restraint shown in the wake of the disaster … accomplish the goal. The bureaucracy-created 'knowledge wedge' . . . explains why, though the citizens of New Orleans, the media, and countless others were aware of the impending …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • When Disaster Strikes, What Can We Do? - … , media attention, and Internet dissemination of information about non-profits' activities. For example, in the aftermath of the 9-11 terrorist attacks, news media reported that the American Red Cross could not ensure … and the media break down the barriers that separate us from disaster victims.Although they are strangers, our media-enhanced relationship feels more like the
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Popular Dance: The Impact of Cultural Exchange ... - … books, magazines, journals, photos and videos, or conduct class in the media center or computer classroom. Students can gather resources prior to … : The Impact of Cultural Exchange - Grade 10 Interdisciplinary Lesson Would the closeness of communities affect this phenomenon? Why or why not? Did the media of the time play an important …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Credibility of Sources - … credibility, students discover the intricacies and complexities of the research process. Students then apply this knowledge to a media giant--the film industry. Students … of the event or incident. It digests, analyzes, evaluates, explains and interprets the information contained in primary sources (e.g., articles; media; reports … meet the intent of the specified indicator(s) or, if the indicator is already met, to advance beyond the specified indicator(s). Vary the media used …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • What Else Can We Do With This? - … with the school media specialist for children's books and/or audio-visual materials on recycling and the environment. 2. Arrange extra media center time with media specialist to assist with a writing activity incorporating the use of digital pictures as in Attachment B, My ____. 3. Consult with the media specialist for Web …
    User Rating: Grade Level: Pre-K
  • Changes over Time - … after the discussion, use PAUSE, as this will cause the media player to remain at the current location in the stream. If the remainder of the video clip will not be used and the teacher wants to return to the beginning of the video clip, then use STOP so that the media player will revert to the beginning of the
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • Cells, Cells, Everywhere - … after the discussion, use PAUSE, as this will cause the media player to remain at the current location in the stream. If the remainder of the video clip will not be used and the teacher wants to return to the beginning of the video clip, then use STOP so that the media player will revert to the beginning of the
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-8
  • Helen Keller - A Light in the Face of Darkness - … after the discussion, use PAUSE, as this will cause the media player to remain at the current location in the stream. If the remainder of the video clip will not be used and the teacher wants to return to the beginning of the video clip, then use STOP so that the media player will revert to the beginning of the
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • This Old House - … after the discussion, use PAUSE, as this will cause the media player to remain at the current location in the stream. If the remainder of the video clip will not be used and the teacher wants to return to the beginning of the video clip, then use STOP so that the media player will revert to the beginning of the
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
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