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Each year more of our students become tethered to electronic devices for communication, entertainment and information. This connectivity opens up a channel to learning, but it also invites a barrage of media messages that students must learn to interpret.
Amy Hardin saved to School
Bring real-world authenticity to literacy analysis by including movie criticism in your lessons.
Emmy Gilliam saved to Reading Curriculum
(1 of 9) How Women Are Portrayed on Screen in the Top 500 Films 1. 30.8% of speaking characters are women. 2. 28.8% of women wore sexually revealing clothes, as opposed to 7.0% of men. 3. 26.2$ of women actors get partially naked, while 9.4% of men do. 4. 10.7% of movies featured a balanced cast where half of the characters are female... [click on this image to find a short video and analysis of sexual objectification in the media] Sources on slide 9.
Carmen Williams saved to Feminism
It is important to learn how to analyze the news. You need to read between the lines, do your research and use your critical thinking skills. Obtain a news story on social media and determine if it is valid. Google apps.
CAROLINE Bailey saved to OE ideas
It is really hard to find resources to teach media literacy to K-2 students! If you have a subscription to Brainpop, they do have an excel...
Brittany Jones saved to Grade 4 Language
A Mass Shooting Is Not The Same As A Scientific Discovery -- Applying The Same Metric For News Worthiness Is Useless
Photo by Thomas Charters on Unsplash A couple of weeks ago, I attended a day conference which aimed at bringing together the science community with the news community. Two communities which do not necessarily have a high degree of overlap. Hence, the massive need for science journals. If the news publicized scientific findings, then maybe the content viewers wanted would change over time. That is my personal opinion as a scientist. The day was very informative, to say the least. Overall, the…
Mike Thinks saved to Mike Thinks
Ideas to help teach media literacy to students in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade and critical thinking ideas to help students dissect the purpose of media (TV, movies, YouTube) that they view every day.
Abdujabarova Muhabat saved to english