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Fast Food is Gross - A Media Literacy Lesson Free!
Fast Food is Gross - A Media Literacy Lesson Free! Use this funny/gross video clip to show your students that advertising can be very deceptive! Then follow up with suggested "Fast Food Poster" and/or "Debunking the Advertising" activities. Meets Common Core Standards Writing 1 and Reading 3. --
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Introduction to Media Literacy ~ Text Features - Power Point Presentation
This Power Point Presentation can be used as an introduction lesson to help your kiddos learn about media text features and target audiences. Enjoy! =)
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Analyzing Advertisements - Media Literacy Primary/Junior
Students will have the opportunity to analyze different advertisements that they find in magazines or online. Who is the target audience? Is there a logo? A slogan? What is the message of the advertisement? Does your advertisement use any "juicy" (descriptive language). This can be used as an initia
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Media Literacy Persuasive Techniques in Advertising
A free lesson plan on identifying and recognizing the Persuasive Techniques used in Advertising. Students will learn about Pathos, Ethos and Logos, 3 strategies used in society to persuade consumers. A complete and thorough lesson plan with hand outs and video link. For more great resources and
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Design a Band-aid Media Literacy
This is a fun and quick media literacy activity where students get to design a Band-aid. Go online and show different boxes of Band-aids targeted to different groups, or buy a couple of different ones to show your students. Discuss the differences and why do they think each Band-aid is targeted towa
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Media Literacy Sort
Students sort different media according to print vs. digital resources. TV Radio Computer Movies Billboards Books Traffic Signs Newspapers
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Media Literacy Unit (Flipbook)
This is media literacy flipbook will be a great tool to use as you introduce different types of media examples. The students may use this flipbook to jot down the information as you introduce each type. My kids love flipbooks!The students will understand the 3 types of purposes; inform, persuade, an
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Propaganda Techniques in Media Literacy
This product is one I created for my Grade 6 Media Literacy unit. It provides some of the main propaganda techniques used in advertisements. Package has: Propaganda info page Types of Propaganda page A mini quiz Answer key It's in .docx format for ease of use and change.
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Media Literacy - Haunted House For Sale!!!
This is a fun and enjoyable media literacy activity your kiddos will love to write! A haunted house real estate listing! (Template Only)
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Media Literacy - Print - Cereal Box Project
This is a 2-3 day project that your students may complete on their own or with a partner. They will create their own cereal and then design the box to entice buyers! The attached cover is formatted to fit the small cereal boxes. Enjoy! ************************************************************
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Media Literacy - Looking at Print Advertisements
Media Literacy and Print Advertising This resources is the perfect way to take a quick look at print advertisements. This could be used as a diagnostic or a summative, depending not he grade level. Please don't forget to take a look at the other items I have available in my store! Follow me to g
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Ban the Bottle! A Science and Media Literacy Lesson with an Eco Twist!
Many schools and school boards are taking steps towards banning plastic water bottles and advocating the use of reusable water bottles that can be washed and refilled on a regular basis. An excellent video to watch with your students is "The Story of Bottled Water." This lesson is a great way to in
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Media Literacy: Comparing Books and Movies Bundle
Help your students compare the similarities and difference between books and movies by analyzing the stylistic elements and characteristics of each form. This resource makes recommendations for five read alouds and corresponding movies. It includes a comparison graphic organizer, extension writing a
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Media Literacy: Cereal Box Design Project Parent Letter {Editable}
Do you teach media literacy? If yes, I highly suggest assigning your class a Cereal Box Design Project. For this project, each student designs a box for their own children's cereal brand using all of the key design elements needed to persuade their audience to buy their product. For more details o
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Making Connections: The Modern Alphabet (Media Literacy)
This activity is a fun way for Intermediate students to make connections to the world. This activity should be used when discussing Text to Self, Text to Text and Text to World Connections. Students are asked to connect to the symbols and logos they see around them everyday. They are challenged to
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Black History Month Writing & Media Literacy Activities for Kids
Black History Month Writing & Media Literacy Activities for Kids. 3 Black History Month worksheets related to researching a topic, critical thinking, and multimedia involvement. For grades 1, 2 and 3. For more digital literacy resources, check out my store.
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Media Literacy
This worksheet is a quick introduction to the concept of media literacy for high school students. It is a self-guided worksheet that can be used by itself or as an entry task to get students ready for a class discussion on the issue. Computer or iPad access required.
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Media Literacy: Intro to Real News, Fake News & Social Media
News is everywhere. Real. Fake. Newspapers. Television. And the internet and social media have made reporters of us all. This self-contained introductory unit includes informational notes and activities to familiarize your students with the basics of news and journalism. After a brief overview of '
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Media Literacy and Underage Drinking
This is one lesson of a project-based unit to help students create counter-ads and other media to tell the reality of underage drinking through media literacy. This lesson focuses on examining media and beginning steps of deconstruction of media. The entire curriculum and additional media can be f
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Media Literacy - Messages in Wall-e (Sirovy)
For our seventh grade Media Literacy Unit, we watch Wall-e and the kids look for many of the movie's messages. The culminating activity is a R.A.F.T. activity which incorporates the use of cooperative learning and technology. My students use iPads, but this can really be done with anything in whic
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Analyzing Magazine Advertisements- Media Literacy
Here is a chart to help analyze a magazine advertisement for its authorship, format, audience, content, and persuasive techniques used. You provide the magazine ads, and students can record their analysis in the chart for easy assessment!
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Media Literacy: Features of Theme Park Commercials
Theme park advertisements are big business. Help kids become savvy viewers by deepening the critical thinking skills related to media techniques.
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Writing a Photo Analysis - Media Literacy Lesson freebie
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 free sample includes a guided photo analysis with clear steps and a comple
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Media Literacy Overview
My name is Danielle Coleman, and the first product I have chosen to add to my store is an infographic about how media literacy should be taught, not only in language but throughout the curriculum. Continue to check in at my store, as in the coming weeks I will be adding a variety of other resource
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