Relevance

showing 1-24 of 59 results

Cereal Box Media Literacy Unit
Teach and assess your media literacy unit with this project and rubric package while integrating it into your Oral Language, Math and Healthy Eating curriculum. Using media literacy skills, students will design a cereal box front and then create a game on the back using skills learned during probab
$5.00
337 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

PDF (2.39 MB)

Media Literacy: Turn Picture Books into Movie Posters!
NOW AVAILABLE IN A MEDIA LITERACY BUNDLE! Click here to view Buy what you need to teach Media Literacy for the year and save $ :-) Prepare to be amazed as your students turn their favourite picture books into action packed movie posters with a little Media Magic help! This tried and true unit was
$9.00
169 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

PDF (4.45 MB)

Photo Analysis Unit - Media Literacy and Integrated Art
Extend your students’ analysis skills with this Photo Analysis unit. Students develop a vocabulary for analyzing photography and art (Elements of Art and Principles of Design), strengthen understanding through nonfiction readings and practice activities, and complete individual analyses. Includes a
$24.97
$19.99
10 Ratings
4.0

Bundle

Media Literacy: image, text, poster, magazine, commercials
The purpose of this unit is to explore a foundation for media literacy to develop an informed citizen. In a time where news and social networking are a ground breaking platform for reform, social change, political movements, propaganda, and consumption, global citizens need to analyze and evaluate
$3.50
$1.50
35 Ratings
3.9

Digital Download

DOCX (1.89 MB)

Media Literacy Research Paper
Media Literacy is a topic that is becoming more and more popular. It is time to mainstream it into the ELA curriculum. This product is a research project description with a list of possible topics. It may be used as a stand along assignment or would work well as past of a research or media literacy
$0.50
23 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

ZIP (1.24 MB)

Wonder Book vs Movie Media Literacy Unit with activities and rubric
Wonder by R. J. Palacio is a must read for every student . This resource compares the book and the movie, integrating language, media, and visual arts. This resource includes: Student workbook: -book vs movie character comparison -book vs movie setting comparison -book vs movie plot comparison -les
$4.50
17 Ratings
3.8

Digital Download

PDF (2.4 MB)

Superhero Power! Exploring Media Literacy
This PDF provides a wide range of prompt questions that students can interact as an entire class. It brings up excellent questions and classroom discussions on fictional super hero characters in addition to heroic people in their lives. This can be adapted to both elementary, middle, and high school
$3.00
10 Ratings
3.8

Digital Download

PDF (13.65 MB)

Media Literacy: Persuasive Advertising
In this project students work with a partner to help sell beach toys for teens. Students will create: a logo a slogan the products full page ad etc This project can take as little or as much time as you are willing to invest. Included in this package is: The assignment for students Teacher notes
$1.50
9 Ratings
3.9

Digital Download

PDF (188.87 KB)

Room on the Broom: a media literacy poster activity
Here is another quick and super cute bulletin board activity! Perfect for the Halloween season. Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson is a great story to teach inclusion and anti-bullying. It can be found online as well as in print. My students couldn't wait to tell me that they saw the movie on
$4.00
8 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

PDF (2.3 MB)

Media Literacy & Technology Project: The Power of Words
This is a media literacy and technology project inspired This lesson is inspired by the What I Be Project by Steve Rosenfield. Students will select positive words about themselves and display them in a picture. They must be in the picture with the words on their body, a sign or another creative
$2.00
5 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

PDF (405.36 KB)

Movie Comic Strip - Media Literacy
This is a fun media literacy activity that your students will love. Watch a movie, summarize it in a comic!
$1.75
3 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

PDF (854.46 KB)

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.
$3.00
2 Ratings
3.3

Digital Download

PDF (766.65 KB)

MEDIA LITERACY: MAKING MOVIES using MEDIA CODES activities & worksheets
Product description: A fantastic way to introduce media literacy terms to your students while getting them to make a fun narrative film. All the work is done for you in this all-inclusive package. This package includes a fun filming task where students are asked to create a short film using the sym
$4.00
1 Rating
4.0

Digital Download

ZIP (2.03 MB)

Writing a Photo Analysis - Media Literacy Lesson
Extend your students’ analysis skills with Photo Analysis. Students approach Photo Analysis much the same as Literary Analysis, but it activates a visual intelligence that can be applied to a wide range of art and media. This resource includes a guided photo analysis with clear steps, two options fo

Also included in: Photo Analysis Unit - Media Literacy and Integrated Art

$4.99
1 Rating
4.0

Digital Download

PDF (1.51 MB)

Design an App - Media Literacy and Persuasive Writing *Print and Go*
This is a fun, engaging and creative writing activity that supports media literacy and language.This actvity can be used while teaching persuasive writing and can be integrated with other subject areas such as social studies and science. You may encourage students to simply create an app of their ch
$1.50
1 Rating
4.0

Digital Download

PDF (1.32 MB)

The Giver - Book vs Movie - Media Literacy Unit with activities and rubric
The Giver by Lois Lowry touches on themes related to relationships, the environment, and much more. It is a must read for every student . This resource compares the book and the movie, integrating language, media, and visual arts. This resource includes: Student workbook: -book vs movie character c
$4.00
1 Rating
4.0

Digital Download

PDF (2.41 MB)

MEDIA LITERACY - CAMERA ANGLES POSTER
The CAMERA ANGLES poster can be printed off in a large poster format and used as a colourful, clear classroom resource or print it off in A4 format as a tangible student resource. Eye-level camera angle, low camera angle and high camera angle is visually explained in this useful poster. It is impor
$5.00
not yet rated
N/A

Digital Download

ZIP (15.17 MB)

MEDIA LITERACY - SHOT SIZES POSTER
The SHOT SIZES poster can be printed off in a large poster format and used as a colourful, clear classroom resource or print it off in A4 format as a tangible student resource. This poster comes in handy for students when they are asked to deconstruct an advertisement, film or poster or when making
$5.00
not yet rated
N/A

Digital Download

ZIP (11.37 MB)

MEDIA LITERACY - AUDIO CODES POSTER for high school students
The AUDIO CODES poster can be printed off in a large poster format and used as a colourful, clear classroom resource or print it off in A4 format as a tangible student resource. The audio codes include music, dialogue and sound effects - these are important elements in creating meaning in any media
$5.00
not yet rated
N/A

Digital Download

ZIP (4.37 MB)

MEDIA LITERACY - SYMBOLIC CODES POSTER for high school students
The SYMBOLIC CODES poster can be printed off in a large poster format and used as a colourful, clear classroom resource or print it off in A4 format as a tangible student resource. The symbolic codes of costume, colour, body language, setting and objects are crucial for students to understand when m
$5.00
not yet rated
N/A

Digital Download

ZIP (3.83 MB)

Media Literacy: Ad Design Theory - The Oglivy Layout
This is an introduction to the concept of the Oglivy layout. It contains an explanation of each component with advertising examples. I used this for my English Media course, but I'm pretty sure it can be used in an art/design course as well. After this lesson, I would assign my students the task of
$4.00
not yet rated
N/A

Digital Download

PPT (10.08 MB)

Media Literacy Writing - Announcement and Poster
Very enjoyable Media Literacy assignment for your students! Students will be asked to create an announcement and poster about an upcoming ____ sale. Students will choose what they will be selling. My students have had bake sales, art sales, phone case sales, etc.. You'll be surprised what they thin
$1.99
not yet rated
N/A

Digital Download

PDF (145.59 KB)

Introduction to Principles of Design and Elements of Art - Media Literacy Lesson
Extend your students’ analysis skills by teaching them Elements of Art and Principles of Design. Students can apply their understanding to photographs, paintings, sculptures, and advertisements. These formal elements will allow students to support their interpretations and deepen their analytical sk

Also included in: Photo Analysis Unit - Media Literacy and Integrated Art

$3.00
not yet rated
N/A

Digital Download

ZIP (6.87 MB)

Psychology of Color (Informational Text) - Media Literacy Lesson
This informational text on the Psychology of Color is part of my Photo Analysis Unit. Students build domain vocabulary for analysis (saturation, hue, shade, etc.) and begin to understand how artists and marketers use colors strategically. Includes an optional quiz and a low-ink printing option. (gra

Also included in: Photo Analysis Unit - Media Literacy and Integrated Art

$3.99
not yet rated
N/A

Digital Download

ZIP (21.98 MB)

showing 1-24 of 59 results

Teachers Pay Teachers

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

Learn More

Keep in Touch!

Sign Up