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Media Literacy - Visual Images Lecture & Lesson
This 24 slide lecture will provide the groundwork for any unit on media literacy. Using a variety of contemporary and historical photographs, your students will learn how to "read" photographs and films. This lecture teaches students how to identify the use of camera angle, camera distance, lighting
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Digital Literacy & Media Literacy in the Digital Age
Digital Literacy & Media Literacy in the Digital Age- Worksheets.11 worksheets to help students develop critical thinking skills related to media and digital experiences. Students will evaluate media with these worksheets. Teachers: You will need to provide the informational text that the studen
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Digital Citizenship Student Project in Google Slides™
This project template in Google Slides™ is a great way for your students to synthesize and summarize everything they learn about digital citizenship. It also makes a meaningful writing project! I designed this activity around Common Sense Media's framework that covers the following 8 topics:★Privac
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Reading Street Focus Wall Headers (Intermediate) - Yellow
These headers are meant to be used for a Focus Wall, correlating with the Scott Foresman Reading Street (2013 Common Core edition) series. Here is what is included in this pack: * Focus Wall title card * Main Selection * Comprehension Strategy * Amazing Words * Selection Vocabulary * Fluency Skill
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Visual Literacy: Read Any Image for Middle and High School
This interactive, attention-grabbing lesson plan provides everything you need to teach your students the importance of visuals and how to “read” them. Students will learn to consider an image as a type of writing product. I have included a guiding PPT, links to provocative videos, organizers for gu
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Steven Pinker Ted Talk Questions:  Is the World Getting Better or Worse?
This is a fill-in-the-blank handout that students will complete while watching Steven Pinker's Ted Talk: "Is the world getting better or worse? A look at the numbers". There are 15 fill-in-the-blank questions in the order of the video and one open-ended question at the end. This lesson can be use
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