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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
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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

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Developing Media Literacy: Real News and Fake News
Published January 2019: With so much fake news being called real and so much real news being called fake, how is a young person (or anyone) supposed to know the real truth in the “post-truth world”? This is a three-day lesson plan with recently written real news and fake news articles provided that
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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

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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

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Photo Analysis Project - Media Literacy & Analysis
Extend your students’ analysis skills with this Photo Analysis Project. Students become the photographer and share a photo with a classmate. They analyze each other’s photos and write a formal and literary analysis. Editable in PowerPoint. (grades 7-10 ELA, Yearbook, and Journalism)This is a lesson

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Photographer Interview Project - Media Literacy & Analysis
Extend your students’ analytical ability with Photo Analysis. In this project, students interview a photographer in order to build an understanding of purpose, context, and audience for their art. Then, they use this new understanding to analyze one of the photographer’s pieces. This resource includ

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Psychology of Perspective (Informational Text) - Media Literacy Lesson
This informational text on the Psychology of Perspective is part of my Photo Analysis Unit. Students build domain vocabulary for analysis (high angle, closeup, aerial shot, etc.) and begin to understand how artists and marketers use colors strategically. Includes an optional quiz and a low-ink print

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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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Developing Analysis with Audience, Purpose, Context - Photographer Biography
Extend your students’ analysis skills with this media literacy lesson. This resource contains an informational text about Gordon Parks, a photographer and editor. Students use the context of Parks’ life and his stated goals to analyze one of his most famous photographs. They then write a scaffolded

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