Media Literacy Bundle 1 - Consumer Awareness Lessons
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Cover your media literacy expectations and help your students develop a deeper understanding of consumer awareness and media literacy with this engaging 10 media literacy lesson bundle. Student will learn about various marketing claims and marketing strategies companies make to persuade consumers to buy their products.
- 10 Media Literacy Lessons
- Detailed Lesson Plans
- Graphic Organizers
- Journal Entries
- Extend Your Learning Choice Boards
- Answer Keys
- Assessment Rubric
- PDF & Google Slides™ Formats
- Checkout Charities
- Clothing Waste
- Gender Price Differences
- Outlet vs. Retail
- Bottled Water
- Misleading Food Labels
- Breakfast Sandwiches
- Makeup Testers
- Healthy or Junk Food?
- Orange Juice
This set of lessons can be used for consumer awareness, media literacy lessons as well as some subject-specific lessons.
1. Introduction to Consumer Awareness
2. Checkout Charity Questions + Answer Key
3. Journal Entry Assessment
4. Quiz + Answer Key
5. Extend Your Learning Assignment
- "Absolutely fantastic resource for Media Literacy! I had purchased a few of the lessons separately and they were so great I decided to buy the entire bundle. Thank you!"
- "Awesome resource for getting students to think critically about media."
- "I looked through each different module and they are very thorough and well done. I am excited to use these with my students this year!"
- "Meaningful and relevant lessons! Quick and easy to use which is always a teacher's best friend. thank you!"
- "Great bundle! No prep. Students were really engaged, especially with the Marketplace video suggested and the questions to the video."
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