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Learning Objective:Students should be familiar with the concept of social mediaVocabularies:social media, advertisement, platform, market research, poll, survey, target audience, networking, gaming, blogging, microblogging, media sharing, messaging, social marketing, banner advertising, celebrity en
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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7th - 10th, Higher Education
Interest Groups & the Media: Influencing Politics - PowerPoint, Lesson Plan, Worksheet, Smart Board Activity, State Exam Practice Test and Various Activities Teach your students about how Interest Groups and the Media influence the political process and the government. Influence Groups and the
Your students will have so much fun completing these self assessment activities to show their understanding with social media exit tickets and engage your them with media they are already so familiar with! There are 4 different types of printable tickets included with prompts that are FULLY EDITABL
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
Guided notes over the different types of characters, including protagonist, antagonist, round, flat, dynamic, and static characters. This is a Word Doc and is fully editable! These guided notes go along with this Prezi: http://prezi.com/l-qfw04gz5dp/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy&rc=ex
For those studying media and advertising, this PowerPoint gives examples of the 15 different types of advertising companies use to influence their buyers, such humor, call to action, hype, and must-have.
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
Updated Planner: New & Improved for 2020! Easier to edit, simplified lines and boxes, and more details for you to use if needed. Thanks for your feedback!I have tried so many different styles, types, and brands of planners just in my 7 years of teaching. None of them compare to the one I made an
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PreK - 12th, Higher Education, Staff
This learning module instructs and guides students on how to upload a media file to a podcast channel, specifically Podbean.com. It can be used to supplement any course content as a project. For instance, a student can produce an audio file on any topic and then publish it to a podcast channel as pa
Incorporate authentic learning into your classroom by having your students complete this project as you teach about perspectives of colonists in the Revolutionary War. The project is organized around the question: How can you as a patriot or loyalist create a media message to convince others in the
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
Digital media careers include a vast variety of different types of jobs that may interest your students. To help students get familiar with some of these careers, have students complete this Careers in Digital Media worksheet using the Occupation Outlook Handbook. In the zip file I have included a P
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
Advertising and Media AwarenessIn this lesson, the students will explore different types of online adverts, and how to identify them. We will discuss a range of examples including money off sales promotions, popups, paid placement ads, social media posts, cookies and competition scams. We will discu
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
Different Types of Addictions - Drugs Education. Life Skills Lesson. Editable 22 slide PowerPoint Lesson, Lesson Assessment, Student Resources, Signposting to extra support services. Bonus Mindfulness Activity and much more.✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯Learning Outcomes: To consider the differences classification
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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7th - 10th, Higher Education
Different Types of Law Work booklet of Activities 15 page pack of classroom-ready activities will enthuse and engage students. Suitable for Middle and High School Students. Could be used for Civics, Health Education, European History, Character Education, Politics or World Studies. What specific exp
This presentation and guided notes sheets provide students an introduction to media literacy and fake news. Students look at different types of "fake news", including the yellow press, satire and prank days like April Fool's Day. Next, students look at how people get their news has changed because
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8th - 12th, Higher Education
Create graphics with Canva.com for Pinterest, Youtube, and Social MediaUse these video lessons to teach your students how to use canva.com. Make them available for early finishers or include them in your curriculum and review with your classes. Your purchase includes over 80 minutes of instruction o
This media response allows students to explore and consolidate their understanding of Biological Classification in an engaging and interactive manner. While watching the Lion King, students answer a series of questions related to classification, which require students to classify organisms into diff
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5th - 8th, Staff
Students will learn how to detect bias through language analysis of an on-going current event. It begins with a small group inquiry of a major event and progresses to information about how to analyze and detect bias and then they apply this skill to current event articles. Any day of this 3-5 day
Graphic design for social media using online apps!Use these video lessons to teach your students how to use Canva Crello, and Adobe Spark - all online and all free. Make them available for early finishers or include them in your curriculum and review with your classes. Your purchase includes over
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff

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