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Media Literacy

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Joy Elizabeth

on 13 February 2013

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Transcript of Media Literacy

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Images from Shutterstock.com
•Media Log
Music lyrics
Movie trailers
Observe for specific issues
•Analyze and Deconstruct
Issues of violence, bias, stereotypes, commercialism, prejudice
•Debate Story Media Literacy The combination of words, graphics, and sounds which communicate information and ideas to their audience in various forms. By Joy Parsons and Joslyn Roberts SHARE Sounds Text photographs, drawings, art, graphs, diagrams, typography, symbols, geometric designs, maps, objects and other images. Media Is... Multi-Media is... ELECTRONIC VISUAL PRINT ORAL
Media Smarts- privacy pirates
TVOkids- firewall
Privacy Playground- The First Adventure
of the Three CyberPigs

Media Literacy Week
Picture viewer
Interview characters
Weasle words hunt-anything or nothing
Alphabet products
Finish the picture Media Detectives CREATE •Storyboards- public service announcement
- focus on stereotypes, perspectives
•Comic Book - Bitstrips
•Comic strips
- healthy ways to deal with violence
•Video diary
•Text to film
•Box television •Movie poster
•Cereal Box
•Food rainbow
•Advertisement self-portrait
•CD covers
•Reinvent media/ Parody
•Public service announcement Advertisements Imagery
•Action figures
•Computer graphics
•E cards
•Interactive web posters
• Articles
• Personalized world map
• Website
•Writing code- http://scratch.mit.edu/
•Radio cast
•School Newspaper
•Shoebox camera
•Media timeline Other Ideas •Social media- Edmodo
•Blog- blogger
•Class website- google sites
•Class display
•Poster Contests ` • Credibility
Fact or opinion
• Who, what, where, why and how?
• Overt and implied meaning
• Pros and Cons Considerations Literacy focuses meaning through text, while media literacy considers all elements in the construction of meaning. Images and Graphics Music
Sound effects-
http://www.instantsfun.es/ Media Smarts: http://mediasmarts.ca/ Lessons, games and information

Admongo: http://ftc.gov/bcp/edu/microsites/admongo/ Lesson plans, interactive advertising game and videos

Media Literacy Clearing House: http://www.frankwbaker.com/default1.htm Concepts, resources, lesson plans

Media Literacy Week: http://www.medialiteracyweek.ca/en/default.htm Activities, Lessons and games

Questioning the Media: A Guide for Students - amarc: www.amarc.org/documents/articles/buckingham_guide.pdf
background information, questions and focused discussion-

Centre for Media Literacy: http://www.medialit.org/cml-medialit-kit/project-smartart/integrated-activities
Integrated activities and lesson plans as well as additional information

PBS Teachers http://www.pbs.org/teachers Lesson Plans and resources

One Day on Earth: http://www.onedayonearth.org/page/education-1 Projects, lessons and supplemental materials

Jib Jab: http://www.jibjab.com/ ECards

Instants Fun: http://www.instantsfun.es/ Sound Effects

How Stuff Works: http://www.howstuffworks.com/ Information and videos

TVO Kids: http://www.tvokids.com/ Educational Games

Bit Strips: http://www.bitstrips.com/ Make comic strips

Scratch: http://scratch.mit.edu/ Create and share interactive games, stories, music and art using child friendly coding

Museum of Television
http://www.mztv.com/mz.asp television history

Ad Flip
http://www.adflip.com/ online advertisement database

Go Comics
http://www.gocomics.com/explore/comics Comic database

Thead Class: http://www.theadclass.com/education/using-youtube-to-teach-advertising-creativity Teaching Advertising with Youtube Videos – A Collection of short clips from and about the advertising industry

Glogster: http://www.glogster.com/ Interactive web posters

PBS Don’t Buy It: http://pbskids.org/dontbuyit/ Interactive Educational website about advertising

My Pop Studio: http://www.mypopstudio.com/ Music, TV, magazine and digital information and games

Color Wheel Pro: http://www.color-wheel-pro.com/color-meaning.html Impact of colour in advertising

Kid Cyber: http://www.kidcyber.com.au/topics/advertising.htm Focused questions to direct lessons Books
Melanie Watt
“Have I got a book for you!”
Istvan Banyai
“The Other Side”
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