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Teach Your Child to Read - FREE materials from Stanford Univ. to teach media literacy to teens. - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

The book: Arthur's TV Trouble to introduce the concept of media literacy. The book is perfect for showing students how media creates a particular message, spin, tools of persuasion, and how to evaluate messages based on our own experiences.   Meets Social Studies IRP:  Describe ways student us technologies

The book: Arthur's TV Trouble to introduce the concept of media literacy. The book is perfect for showing students how media creates a particular message, spin, tools of persuasion, and how to evaluate messages based on our own experiences

9 Lessons to Boost Media Literacy -  Connectivity is a channel to knowledge, creativity and collaboration, but also invites a barrage of media messages that students must learn to interpret.

9 Lessons to Boost Media Literacy - Connectivity is a channel to knowledge, creativity and collaboration, but also invites a barrage of media messages that students must learn to interpret.

It's Not Just The Bikini Bodies In Magazine Ads That Are Fake. Practically Everything Is.

It's Not Just The Bikini Bodies In Magazine Ads That Are Fake. Practically Everything Is.

In today's fast paced technology focused world we need to give students the tools to process all of the information they are exposed to each day. Students do not receive all of their information through books anymore, they have moved into using digital tools to find out about topics. It is important that educators help students navigate through this new digital world they belong to with purposeful digital citizenship and media awareness lessons.

Teaching Media Literacy Skills to 21st Century Students

In today's fast paced technology focused world we need to give students the tools to process all of the information they are exposed to each day. Students do not receive all of their information through books anymore, they have moved into using digital to

The Fundamentals of Media Literacy - Teaching Rocks!

The Fundamentals of Media Literacy. This class helped us define and expand our levels of media literacy.

Create your own Cereal Box! (and commercial)  -use this as for your Media Literacy unit

Create your own Cereal Box! (and commercial) - I could only find an image with this pin, but I think PBS has a lesson plan that would go well with this idea!

Advertising Techniques: A project idea for upper elementary and middle school students.  Students define each advertising technique and then make their own sample advertisement to demonstrate their understanding of the concept!  Blog post includes a free rubric.

Advertising Techniques: A Project