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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...
Author's Purpose Charts
PIE: Author's Purpose (P= Persuade; I = Inform; E = Entertain) (It bugs me that this picture doesn't show it in PIE order!). I would have to add a different political figure;) More
Media Literacy Worksheet 1 Worksheets
Kids will enjoy this task. They need to select a commercial they have seen and answer the questions given.
This example looks at the important questions that should be asked when it comes to looking at media literacy. It is important that students have these questions in their backpack that they can be able to critically analyze media when they first come across it.What is the message that this media portraying ?and is this an effective way to communicate this message? are important questions to ask in order to analyze media.
Persuasive Ads to Analyze: Critical Thinking, Advertising Techniques, Library
#anchor chart. These speech bubbles are one of those ‘must haves’ because they serve a dual purpose: they act as a learning tool, introducing children to #advertising #techniques and at the same time they create visually stimulating book displays for your classroom library. The extension activities will provide your learners the opportunity to use Chatty Books speech bubbles all year long!
We have been discussing how important it is to be a responsible user of technology - especially when online. I decided to show a video crea...