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Are Your Students Media Literate?

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Nicole Zumpano

on 22 March 2015

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Transcript of Are Your Students Media Literate?

Are Your Students
Media Literate?
Nicole Zumpano, NBCT
Lead Technology Teacher, May Community Academy
Adjunct Faculty, National Louis & Dominican Universities
Professional Development Chair
Conference Planning Committee
ICE-CAP Communications Chair
Media Exposure
Today's Students are experts on "media consumption"
Many are proficient at creation, but.......
...are we teaching our students how to analyze and evaluate media?
What is Media Literacy?
Our interaction with media and
the messages we take away from it
Our ability to
access
,
analyze
,
evaluate
and
create
media messages
http://www.ptacommoncore.org/portals/7/Common%20Core%20State%20Standards.png
http://nets-implementation.iste.wikispaces.net/file/view/NETS-S_Logo_Refresh/246416621/280x254/NETS-S_Logo_Refresh
Integrate and
evaluate
content presented
in diverse media and formats
Interpret
words and phrases as they
are used in text...
Analyze
the structure of texts
Today's Agenda
Media Literacy Background
How it Looks when Teaching Teachers
What Students Need to Know
Resources to Help You Get Started
Media Literacy for Teachers
Stereotypes, Gender Issues, Misrepresentations
Stereotypes
Gender Issues
Portrayal of women, then and now
Misrepresentations
Media Literacy for Students
Background, Basic Concepts,
The Art of Persuasion and Deconstruction

Background
NETS
Statistics
Relevance
Week #1
Week #2
Basic Concepts
Week #3
The Art of Persuasion
Week #4
Deconstruction
Additional Resources
Nicole's Lesson Plan Blog
http://goo.gl/csOV8
Nicole's Resource Wiki
http://goo.gl/u5AMl
Thank You!
nmzumpano@gmail.com
http://www.snopes.com/katrina/photos/looters.asp
http://dossierjournal.com/look/etcetera/women-in-advertising/
http://dossierjournal.com/look/etcetera/women-in-advertising/
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NRRMV_nDBt4
http://thoughtfulwomen.org/2013/01/06/nancy-pelosi-photoshop-mishap-now-you-see-them-now-you-dont/
http://adfactory.ecrater.co.uk/p/3750797/sheryl-crow-got-milk-mustache
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pblj3JHF-Jo
http://www.esrb.org/index-js.jsp
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hibyAJOSW8U
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U9Fdin4WCxo
$496.9 billion spent on advertising in 2011
$603.1 billion projected by 2015
http://goo.gl/OwdMi
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