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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:  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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Bilingual Media Literacy Bundle/Medios de comunicación
This media literacy bundle contains single and double, printable booklets that allow students to research and create state brochures, newspaper articles, and write summaries about historical figures--just to name a few possibilities. I usually give students 2-3 weeks to complete the entire project.
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Bilingual Media Literacy Project (Large)/Proyecto de medios de comunicación
Discuss ways that media messages are created. Then utilize tools such as pens, crayons, markers, cameras, computers, iPad, and/or video cameras to create media messages such as commercials, advertisements, text messages, comic strips, and others.
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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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Teaching Media Literacy and Propaganda
I use this power point to introduce the ideas of propaganda and the effects of the media on what we read/watch/etc. The power point contains definitions (symbols, hyperbole, fear, testimonials, etc.), statistics and mini-activities for the students to engage in to reinforce the information they are
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Create A Juice Box Media and Social Studies Project
Create a Juice Box Media Project In this exciting social studies and media project, students will have the opportunity to create their own juice box. They will watch a power point that will teach them media techniques and how to apply them to their final product. Target audience, slogans, and other
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Lost Boys of Sudan & God Grew Tired Of Us Documentary Teaching Package BUNDLE
If you plan on showing both the Lost Boys of Sudan documentary from PBS and the God Grew Tired of Us documentary from National Geographic, save with this bundle of my teaching packages for these two films. These films each follow a different set of Lost Boys struggling to adjust to life in America
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Grade 3 Social Studies Unit Tests and Assessments
Perfect for grade 3 teachers seeking assessments for Social Studies! Included are 3 unit tests based on units: Communities in Canada Living and Working in Ontario Also included are integrated Social Studies, Writing and Media Literacy assignments (all with RUBRICS INCLUDED). First Nations Unit
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Living and Working in Ontario Inquiry Task - Grade 3
It's time for some INQUIRY! Use this activity to help students learn about the 3 physical regions of Ontario. This package includes a graphic organizer for each of the three regions, guiding questions to guide further inquiry and a rubric. I use this activity for students to gather their researc
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Social Justice: Putting a Spotlight on a Social Issue
Learning Expectations: • Use speaking skills and strategies to communicate with different audiences for a variety of purposes (i.e. rant) • To generate, gather, and organize ideas for the purpose of an effective rant, to construct a photo essay and to inform suitable teaching plan for primary stude
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TED TALK Lesson (How Online Abuse of Women Has Spiraled Out of Control)
This TED lesson is intended to be used with Ashley Judd's TED Talk, How Online Abuse of Women Has Spiraled Out of Control. This powerful TED Talk and lesson is appropriate for a high school level Sociology, Psychology, Current Events, English, or Health Course. I use it as part of a unit on Media
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Exploring Justice and Injustice: Historically, Lingustically, and Present-Day
This is a set of lessons designed to span four days with a fifth day of wrap-up and review. The lessons could be extended depending on extra activities added and the students. It involves looking examining current-day news sources, primary sources, discussion, and what "justice" truly means to the s
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