FREE materials from Stanford Univ. to teach media literacy to teens. #free #highschool #middleschool

FREE materials from Stanford Univ. to teach media literacy to teens. #free #highschool #middleschool

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. Meets Social Studies IRP: Describe ways student us technologies

Teaching Media Literacy - Students consume media in record amounts, but how can you best help them becoming discerning readers, viewers, and listeners? Check out these ideas for teaching students about persuasive techniques, media bias, and credibility. Blog post at the Secondary English Coffee Shop by Nouvelle ELA.

Teaching Media Literacy - Students consume media in record amounts, but how can you best help them becoming discerning readers, viewers, and listeners? Check out these ideas for teaching students about persuasive techniques, media bias, and credibility. Blog post at the Secondary English Coffee Shop by Nouvelle ELA.

First Grade Wow: Telling Time, Writing Letters, and Coming Up? Media Literacy

First Grade Wow: Telling Time, Writing Letters, and Coming Up? Media Literacy

Free print-and-use worksheets courtesy of Stanford University. Help students sharpen their media literacy! #highschool #middleschool #medialiteracy

Free print-and-use worksheets courtesy of Stanford University. Help students sharpen their media literacy! #highschool #middleschool #medialiteracy

This Media Literacy Unit will have your students analyzing media elements in food packaging and determining target audiences and how they are targeted.  They will take what they learn and create their own cereal boxes using the elements they learned.  Rubric for assessment included as well.

Cereal Box Media Literacy Project

This Media Literacy Unit will have your students analyzing media elements in food packaging and determining target audiences and how they are targeted. They will take what they learn and create their own cereal boxes using the elements they learned. Rubric for assessment included as well.

Design a juice box. Decide learning goals as a group first then provide a template to create the juice box.

Design a juice box. Decide learning goals as a group first then provide a template to create the juice box.

Innovation Design In Education - ASIDE: Designing Information for Media Literacy

Innovation Design In Education - ASIDE: Designing Information for Media Literacy

Infographics are great to display throughout the classroom in order to creatively organize and display information. This particular one offers "9 Rules for Digital Citizenship," which is essential to 21st century society. It encompasses digital literacy, financial literacy, media literacy, moral literacy, and global literacy. It offers great outlets for conversations on equal rights, responsible spending, threats with technology, and respectful communication.

Infographics are great to display throughout the classroom in order to creatively organize and display information. This particular one offers "9 Rules for Digital Citizenship," which is essential to 21st century society. It encompasses digital literacy, financial literacy, media literacy, moral literacy, and global literacy. It offers great outlets for conversations on equal rights, responsible spending, threats with technology, and respectful communication.

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 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.

Help upper elementary, middle school, & high school students with media literacy by teaching them to distinguish between real and fake news. Learn why what students research and read needs to be up-to-date. Watch videos learning more about legitimate websites, and find out what to look for to spot great information. Tips and tricks are included in this blog post. {3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grade classroom or homeschool students, reading, writing, research, PBL}

Why Teach Media Literacy? Distinguishing Between REAL and FAKE News

Help upper elementary, middle school, & high school students with media literacy by teaching them to distinguish between real and fake news. Learn why what students research and read needs to be up-to-date. Watch videos learning more about legitimate websites, and find out what to look for to spot great information. Tips and tricks are included in this blog post. {3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grade classroom or homeschool students, reading, writing, research, PBL}

FREE materials from Stanford Univ. to teach media literacy to teens. #free #highschool #middleschool

FREE materials from Stanford Univ. to teach media literacy to teens. #free #highschool #middleschool

TED: Creating critical thinkers through media literacy.  Great teaching points and projects for students.

TED: Creating critical thinkers through media literacy. Great teaching points and projects for students.

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

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

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