The book: Arthur's TV Trouble to introduce the concept of media literacy. The book is perfect for showing students how media creates a particular message, spin, tools of persuasion, and how to evaluate messages based on our own experiences. Meets Social Studies IRP: Describe ways student us technologies

The book: Arthur's TV Trouble to introduce the concept of media literacy. The book is perfect for showing students how media creates a particular message, spin, tools of persuasion, and how to evaluate messages based on our own experiences

This media literacy website encourages young people to think critically about media and become smart consumers, featuring activities designed to provide the skills and knowledge needed to question, analyze, interpret and evaluate media messages.

Great interactive PBS site to help teach kids how to think critically about media and advertising tricks-

This file on media literacy includes an anchor chart on media and types of media. There is a printer friendly version of the anchor chart to use as an entry in an interactive notebook. It also includes a chart where students list examples of media and their purpose.

Media Literacy Anchor Chart, Interactive Notebook Pages, and activities

K&C Love Grade 3: Media Literacy Juice Box Project

Design a juice box. Decide learning goals as a group first then provide a template to create the juice box.

This Media Literacy Unit will have your students analyzing media elements in food packaging and determining target audiences and how they are targeted. They will take what they learn and create their own cereal boxes using the elements they learned. Rubric for assessment included as well.

Cereal Box Media Literacy Unit

This Media Literacy Unit will have your students analyzing media elements in food packaging and determining target audiences and how they are targeted. They will take what they learn and create their own cereal boxes using the elements they learned. Rubric for assessment included as well.

Media Literacy - Create your own Cereal Box. Present book repots on cerealboxes in order to persuade peers to read the book too.

Media Literacy - Create your own Cereal Box. Present book repots on cerealboxes in order to persuade peers to read the book too.

Game On! This Media Literacy unit for the Primary Grades is fun, highly motivational, and broken down into manageable steps for every type of learner in your class. Your students will love creating a unique board game with a theme that they are passionate about. The end product is a fully functional (often store worthy!) board game that they get to take home and play with friends and family.

Media Literacy: Create a Board Game


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