Media Literacy

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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. Library Lesson Plans, Library Skills, Library Lessons, Reading Lessons, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Library Ideas, Teaching Ideas, Reading Charts

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

Online Safety: A Great Digital Citizenship Poster for Your class ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning Digital Citizenship Posters, Common Sense Media, Information Literacy, High School Classroom, School Kids, Future School, School 2013, 21st Century Learning, Media Literacy

Digital Citizenship Poster for Middle and High School Classrooms | Common Sense Education

In the Digital Literacy and Citizenship Curriculum

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! Media Literacy, Literacy Activities, What Is Media, Persuasive Text, 6th Grade Reading, Library Lessons, Library Skills, Reading Anchor Charts, Information Literacy

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 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; Library Lessons, Reading Lessons, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Reading Comprehension, Guided Reading, Reading Activities, Reading Classes, Shared Reading

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

All 'bout media Reading Anchor Charts, Information Literacy, Media Studies, Digital Literacy, Media Literacy, 4th Grade Reading, Library Lessons, Writing Workshop, Lesson Plans

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.

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 and at the same time they cre. Media Literacy, Literacy Centers, Advertising Techniques, Persuasive Writing, Opinion Writing, Library Lessons, Writing Lessons, 4th Grade Reading, Learning Tools

Persuasive Ads to Analyze: Critical Thinking, Advertising Techniques, Library

printables, activities, literacy center ideas, critical thinking, non-fiction, reading response, Advertising techniques, classroom organization, media literacy, classroom library display, reading response Grades 3 - 6 I believe that teaching media literacy is an essential part of teaching reading ...

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