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Hace - Media Literacy - 1

Overview of portrayal of female body types in the media

Matthew Sun

on 21 February 2013

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Transcript of Hace - Media Literacy - 1

Fat News Anchor 1. Make observations Deconstructing a Video Taylor Townsend Activities for middle school students Create your own public service announcements Activities for eschool students Rewriting a classic fairy tale Body Image
in the Media Lesson Plan Inspirations Media Analysis The Little Mermaid In the Hans Christian Anderson version no body type is described for Ursula Fat Phobia Quiz Put down your first instinct, results are secret How does Ursula grant the wishes of the two other merfolk? Versus How are Disney princesses depicted as opposed to villains? How else is body image highlighted in this song? 1. Make observations 2. Determine the purpose 3. Determine the assumptions the video makes & the message it sends 4. Consider the possible consequences of the message Make the fairy tale more body image appropriate Illustrate the story with realistic body types Rewrite the stories to reflect a more diverse society Examine Body image in typical toy advertisements These PSA.s will promote acceptance of different body types They will also promote acceptance of different races, genders
and sexual orientations Aligns with the Grade 7 HACE PLOs for anti discrimination Analyze advertisements and create their own 2. Determine the purpose 3. Determine the assumptions the video makes & the message it sends 4. Consider the consequences of the message Scoring
1) For items 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 10, and 12: score as 1 2 3 4 5
2) For items 1, 2, 8, 9, 11, 13, and 14: score as 5 4 3 2 1
3) Add up the score for each item to get the total score. Then divide by 14 (or the number of
items answered, whichever is less). The range of scores is 1 – 5. High scores = stronger bias. Low scores = less bias.
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