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Media Literacy: Consumer Awareness Lesson - Clothing Waste
Media Literacy & Consumer Awareness - Help your students develop a deeper understanding of media literacy and consumer awareness with this engaging lesson on what happens to clothes when they are no longer wanted by the consumer. This lesson also shows students the different paths that discarded
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Media Literacy: Consumer Awareness Lesson - Gender Price Differences
Media Literacy & Consumer Awareness - Help your students develop a deeper understanding of media literacy and consumer awareness with this engaging lesson on how prices on consumer products are different for men and women. This lesson also shows students the different techniques marketers use to
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Introduction to Media Literacy
An excellent way to introduce what media is, what forms of media there are, what the intended message is and who the intended message is for primary students.
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Grade 3 Media Literacy (Advertising Unit) Culminating Task and Rubric
This is a culminating task I designed for a grade 3 class. I taught a unit on advertisements that covered perspective, audience, purpose, "gimmicks" and overt and implied messages. This task asks the students to apply what they have learned to create their own television advertisement, carefully co
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Media Literacy: Consumer Awareness Lesson - Outlet vs. Retail
Media Literacy & Consumer Awareness - Help your students develop a deeper understanding of media literacy and consumer awareness with this engaging lesson on how outlet and retail stores are different. This lesson also shows students the different techniques outlet stores use to get consumers to
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Media Literacy with Advertising of Food: Analysis Activity
Students enjoy studying media literacy. This food analysis activity has lesson plans, worksheets, and other tools to teach marketing and advertising in food products. This unit does not have students create their own advertisements. Rather, students analyze and evaluate real marketing campaigns help
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Advertising Techniques: Media Literacy
Students will learn 5 basic advertising techniques and analyze television commercials in this media literacy activity as they determine which persuasive techniques were used. Take advantage of that BIG GAME buzz as you help your 4th & 5th grade students critically examine advertising techniques
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Design Your Own Shoe Assignment - Art & Media Literacy
This is an exciting learning task whereby students get the opportunity to design their own shoe and then create a media plan to market it. It combines curriculum expectations from both Art & Media Literacy. A variety of options are given to the students in terms of Art and Media forums that they
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Media Literacy for Elementary Students
This presentation was created to teach my Texas 4th graders our media literacy objective through an engaging lesson. Students are shown examples of various advertising techniques and then asked to identify and respond to the techniques as they work their way through more than 20 advertisements in th
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Media Literacy Lesson Plan
An important 21st century skill is media literacy, the careful and thoughtful analysis of the media one consumes. In this lesson, students will construct definitions of “media literacy”; analyze an authentic informational text; discuss the role of opinion in media choice and reaction; debate the vi
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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 and Health Assessment - Augmented Reality
Students will enjoy designing their very own Starbucks drink. They are encouraged to use healthy buzz words (organic, non-fat, less sugar) to advertise their new product. Once they have finished, they will use the Quiver app (free) to bring their new drink to life (3D)! Students will then learn a
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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
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Media Literacy: Fallacies and Propaganda in 2016 Presidential Campaign Ads
This product offers a targeted opportunity for students to examine the powerful role of propaganda in modern political campaigns. The lesson’s even-handed approach clearly demonstrates the pervasive use of logical fallacies and propaganda by candidates and their supporters across the political spec
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Media Literacy: Conventions and Techniques used in media texts
Product Description**THIS LESSON IS AVAILABLE IN A MEDIA LITERACY BUNDLE IN MY STORE AT A REDUCED COST ***Product Description: Grade Two: Media LiteracyFull Lesson plans given. Class discussion and questions included. This is a great resource to leave a supply teacher as it is all done - written -
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Cereal Box Design - Media Literacy
Enjoy this media literacy project where students are asked to design their own cereal box. The challenge is to create a design that appeals to children and adults As written on the assignment: Cereal box must include: - a catchy name - a slogan and a logo (bonus points for a jingle!) - 2 persuasiv
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Controversial Ads - Media Literacy
This lesson is meant to cover 2 – 3 lessons depending on the amount of discussion generated in your class. This lesson allows students to engage in thought provoking conversation about intentions and perspectives when interpreting print advertisements – specifically public service announcements. W
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Substance Use & Addictions - Media Literacy Activity
This activity was designed for grade four French Immersion students in Ontario, following the language and health curriculum; however, only the teachers' materials have any reference to the specific grade and subject. It could easily be adapted (without needing to change the materials) for use for o
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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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Media Literacy: Movie Posters
Grade Two: Media Literacy**THIS LESSON IS AVAILABLE IN A MEDIA LITERACY BUNDLE IN MY STORE AT A REDUCED COST ***Full Lesson plans given. Class discussion and questions included. This is a great resource to leave a supply teacher as it is all done - written - ready to go! Just photocopy and you are
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Media Literacy Filler Lesson: Why is news "sensational?"
This is an optional lesson that can be used at any point in my Media Literacy curriculum or even on its own. Students will work in groups, pretending to be a team working for the NBC Nightly News. Their task is decide which stories they should feature in their 30-minute broadcast, and then reflect o
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Media Literacy Day 3 - We Interpret Media Differently
Students continue their exploration of the five concepts of Media Literacy: (1) Everyone Interprets Differently, and (2) All Forms of Media are Different. First, students look at various advertisements and give their reactions and consider why others might react differently based on race, culture, a
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Media Literacy:  Motives and Credible Sources in Current Events Coverage
One of the major challenges in teaching media literacy skills revolves around helping students see past their personal ideological blind spots to evaluate the credibility of any particular report. The pervasive tendency to label sources of information as credible or not often sets up a power strugg
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Create A Band - Media Literacy Project - Common Core aligned
This is a group assignment, geared toward 9th and 10th grade Language Arts students. In this assignment, they create an imaginary band, plan out their career, and then ultimately give a presentation to the class in which they attempt to win over their peers and influence them to buy their albums.
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