Media literacy

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Instruction: Introduction Anchor Chart, is a great starter tool when introducing media and media literacy to students. This is a great way to get them to start thinking about what media literacy is, and even what qualifies as media! 6th Grade Reading, 4th Grade Writing, Media Literacy, Literacy Activities, What Is Media, Persuasive Text, Library Lessons, Library Skills, Reading Anchor Charts

Media Anchor Chart

This is an Anchor Chart for Media along with Media Literacy that can be printed 18x24 or 8.5x11. I get mine printed 18x24 at Staples for about $1.50 and use color to jazz them up to create cheap but professional looking anchor charts around my classroom. Can also be printed smaller and used an an...

advertisements, commercials, book covers anchor chart to teach author's purpose (picture only)- use as independent assignment- find examples of each throughout their everyday life Kindergarten Anchor Charts, Writing Anchor Charts, Kindergarten Reading, Metacognition Anchor Charts, Anchor Charts First Grade, Reading Lessons, Guided Reading, Reading Club, Guided Math

Conversations in Literacy - Meeting Your Literacy and RTI Needs

advertisements, commercials, book covers to teach author's purpose.

Buzzing with Ms. B: Media Literacy Buzzing with Ms. B: Media Literacy Media Literacy, Literacy Activities, Literacy Day, Reading Activities, What Is Media, Reading Anchor Charts, 5th Grade Reading, Digital Literacy, Library Lessons

Media Literacy

Tuesdays are the days that I plan with grade levels. We plan two weeks at a time and we have 90 minutes. Most of the time, it's actually pr...

Author's Purpose is as Easy as PIE! {FREEBIE} Fun, engaging activity in which your students will get to dress up as author's purpose chefs! Anchor Charts First Grade, Kindergarten Anchor Charts, Writing Anchor Charts, In Kindergarten, 2nd Grade Ela, Third Grade Reading, Second Grade, Grade 2, Teaching Writing

Author's Purpose is as Easy as PIE! {FREEBIE}

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Media Literacy

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 excellent video about media literacy. You can find it HERE. Another great resource is media smarts. They have several videos about media. You can find them HERE. After introducing media with these videos, we made flipbooks in our interactive notebooks that had all the media literacy notes we needed. We also completed a couple sorting worksheets to review the…