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Transcript of MEdia
Cadettes look for the ME in media and learn how they can shape media—for themselves, their community and the world.
Stories are told everywhere and in all kinds of formats – in movies by big Hollywood studios, online by bloggers and through social networks, through the clothes chosen by stylists for a fashion spread in a magazine, through the photos chosen by a newspaper editor. MEdia helps girls think about who is responsible for telling all the stories they see around them and how can use their story to help "re-make" the forms of media they see around them.
It's Your Story - Tell It!
View the interactive
Journey Map available
for each Journey here:
Let’s Break It Down
Sections of the Adult Guide:
1. Summary of the book - Page 8
2. Summary of Awards - Page 12
3. Three keys of leadership - Page 20
4. Sample Sessions at a Glance - Page 27
5. Take Action - Page 98
Navigating the Girl Scout Journey Tip Guide
What Girl Scout Cadettes Do
LIA (Leader in Action) Award
Girl Scout Cadettes have an opportunity to put their
skills to work assisting Girl Scout Brownies on their Journey
Brownies (and their volunteers!) will appreciate having Cadettes along on the journey, and Cadettes will benefit from having the opportunity to have a position of responsibility. All the steps to the award are in the Cadette LiA letter found in the Adult Guide for both the Cadette and Brownie journeys. Your Girl Scout council is a great resource to identify Cadettes who might be interested in earning this award.
Monitor Award - Cadettes have taken stock of media in their world and the influence it has
Influence Award - Cadettes understand the importance of having media reflect the realities of their world
Cultivate Award - Cadettes have made a personal commitment to cultivate a new perspective on media