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Media Literacy:  Logical Fallacies as Propaganda in Current Events
This engaging lesson takes a comical approach to examining the common use of logical fallacies as propagandistic techniques in product advertising, popular press news coverage, and political campaigns. Rest assured, your students will become much more savvy information consumers after they have pur
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Media Literacy Bundle
There is no doubt that media literacy is one of the most important tools toward effective citizenship in the digital age. This bundle includes five powerful lessons to equip students with the skills to assess the credibility of mass media sources, content, and claims. These hands-on, highly entert
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Media Literacy: Fallacies and Propaganda in 2016 Presidential Campaign Ads
This product offers a targeted opportunity for students to examine the powerful role of propaganda in modern political campaigns. The lesson’s even-handed approach clearly demonstrates the pervasive use of logical fallacies and propaganda by candidates and their supporters across the political spec
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Media Literacy Task Cards  (44 News Literacy Task Cards) w Google Drive Option
This news literacy activity includes 44 printable Task Cards and Essential Questions and a Google Drive (paperless) option. Two versions of the printable cards are included. Recommended Uses: Use as an anticipatory activity in a unit/lesson on the First Amendment-Freedom of the Press (American Go
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Media Literacy:  Credible Sources in the Media
This entertaining introduction to current events in the popular press is sure to bring plenty of laughs in your classroom. The two-day lesson presents students with objective criteria for assessing the credibility of popular press reports with an emphasis on evaluating the individual report rather
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Media Literacy:  Motives and Credible Sources in Current Events Coverage
One of the major challenges in teaching media literacy skills revolves around helping students see past their personal ideological blind spots to evaluate the credibility of any particular report. The pervasive tendency to label sources of information as credible or not often sets up a power strugg
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Dissecting the News: A Media Literacy Project
Engage your students in a deep analysis of different news types/sources as they prepare to become informed and engaged citizens. This project asks students to seek out samples of the news as found in different types of media: print; television; and the Internet. Using an analysis guide for each type
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Human Rights Through Media Literacy Project
Description The Human Rights through Media Literacy Project is a student-centered, authentic multi-literacy learning project providing a demonstration of a cross-curricular/discipline, multi-media and Media Literacy that is tailored to meet the academic needs and curricular objectives of the studen
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Media Bias and Media Literacy Mini Unit (Two Lessons)
In this bundle you will receive:-Lesson Plans for two 80 minute blocks -Lesson Plan 1 includes: a PowerPoint with links to interest-grabber videos, focus questions, and notes on the six main types of media bias (powerpoint with notes takes 20-30 mins)a worksheet with a guided notes section to accomp
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Media Literacy:  Doublespeak as Propaganda
This amusing media literacy lesson begins by challenging students to translate examples of the four methods of doublespeak into common English. After decoding multiple examples of each form of doublespeak, students turn their attention to popular press coverage to find real examples of the techniqu
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Introduction to Propaganda Techniques PowerPoint
Clear, informative, and essential PowerPoint Introduction to Propaganda Techniques including a definition and a variety of techniques including "glittering generalities," "euphemisms," "name calling," and others. I've used this successfully in English, Civics, History, and Media Literacy Courses.
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Media Corporations:  Selling Audiences to Advertisers PowerPoint
Eye-opening PowerPoint the illustrates how media corporations are not selling programming and media to audiences, but rather, selling audiences to advertisers. Includes a variety of sample ads from magazines that students can use to try to identify which demographic population is being sold to adve
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Get Gerrymandered!: A Digital Map Activity
My husband (an AP Government and AP US History teacher) and I created this resource as a civic competency lesson and activity. In the United States, we, more often than not, have artificially noncompetitive elections due to gerrymandering. The intent of this resource is to teach your students about
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Media Studies -- Smart Phone Manners
Tired of students who don't have a clue about when and where it is appropriate to use their smart phone or other gadgets? Lower your frustration and teach them appropriate gadget decorum!Package includes minds-on questions, a list of smart phone manners with explanations and a series of discussion q
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Frontline: The Merchants of Cool fill-in-the-blank viewing guide
I use merchants in my sociology class to cover media and its influence on society. Content has explicit language and pictures. "The Merchants of Cool," which first aired February 27, 2001, provides vital background information about key media "storytellers." Because it exposes motives and techniqu
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Identifying Persuasive Techniques - Ethos, Pathos, Logos Chart Handout
A general chart for identifying ethos, pathos and logos in a text. It also has a response question at the end, so the students have to do more than just check boxes. I used this for a satire unit in a Senior English class with A Modest Proposal, but since it does not mention any text by name, it co
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Election Night 2016 Viewing Guide & Discussion Guide
Engage your students in critical viewing of election results as they are broadcasted live by news networks. This worksheet helps direct student attention to various components of the returns as they are being announced, including the control of Congress, exit poll data, and various initiatives being
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Beyond Pink and Blue Activity Kit: Challenging Gender Roles and Stereotypes
This activity kit will help students be more aware of the assumptions they hold about gender, roles, and stereotypes. Becoming aware of our beliefs and understanding basic media literacy are essential steps to ensuring a non-discriminatory, non-judgmental, safe space for all youth. Our stereotypes a
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Bias in the Media - Interactive PowerPoint
This is a great way to teach media literacy to middle and high school students media literacy. I have adapted research from Stanford and included interactive questions and links to games for the class to play. I usually use this as one of my introductory lessons in school before I introduce a curren
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Radio Commercial
Radio Commercial Assignment focusing on a Fair Trade product of student's choice. Cross-curricular: Media Literacy, Writing and Social Studies Includes instructions/requirements, rubric and outline/planning sheet. Font by Hello Literacy.
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2018 Midterm Election Viewing and Analysis Guide
Engage your students in critical viewing of the 2018 midterm election results as they are broadcasted live by news networks. This worksheet helps direct student attention to various components of the returns as they are being announced, including the control of Congress, governorships, exit poll dat
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10 Reasons Why Media Education Matters
Now, more than ever, critical media literacy should be a part of all education efforts. This downloadable poster offers statistics and compelling reasons.
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