Library Lesson: Media Literacy & Persuasion - 6g Essential Literacy Unit 3
Students will truly understand Media Literacy when they create their own media message! This 4-visit Library Lesson Unit focuses on 3 basic questions of Media Lit: Who created this message? Why is this message being created? How does this message get my attention?
This unit can be used different ways: with fixed/scheduled library classes; or as a flex-schedule collaborative unit supporting the ELA study of persuasive text; or as a flex-schedule collaborative unit you can customize for any Subject area.
- Developing Media Literacy Through a Persuasive Project
Introduction of PACE problem solving model and planning persuasive booktalk with current library book & Combination Notes worksheet; students can choose from 3 different product options.
- Acquiring Images to Gain the Attention of our Audience
Students create storyboards & download copyright free images from 3 chosen websites; TASL citation for images.
- The “Art” of Persuasion – Creating the Visual Booktalk
Students create visual booktalks with their own drawings or with the images they downloaded at prior visit.
- Did I Convince You? Evaluating Persuasive Visual Booktalks
Gallery walk of displayed booktalks & students evaluate 2 other forms than the one they created.
This product package contains:
- NSLS- & CCSS-aligned Lesson Plan
- 4 animated slide presentations (12,12,11,9) [files as PPTX & ODP for Google slides]
- 4 sets of PDF presentation notes
- 5 PDF worksheets & 1 PDF template
- Examples of 3 visual booktalk product options
- 2 MP4 videos
You'll love using this School Library Lesson Unit that helps students understand the concept of Media Literacy from a positive perspective...by creating their own media message visual booktalk.