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Media literacy lessons

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#RU1?  Are you ONE of the librarians who has already posted a #medialiteracy infographic at your computers?  Fighting #fakenews and encouraging #criticalthinking is the goal.  Go 4 it.pic.twitter.com/yR2QFlWvDI

“#RU1? Are you ONE of the librarians who has already posted a #medialiteracy infographic at your computers? Fighting #fakenews and encouraging #criticalthinking is the goal. Go 4 it.”

Tuesdays are the days that I plan with grade levels. We plan two weeks at a time and we have 90 minutes. Most of the time, it's actually pr...

Tuesdays are the days that I plan with grade levels. We plan two weeks at a time and we have 90 minutes. Most of the time, it's actually pr...

Jennifer's Teaching Tools: Media Literacy

It is really hard to find resources to teach media literacy to K-2 students! If you have a subscription to Brainpop, they do have an excel...

Teachers can incorporate into their classroom to discuss media literacy is providing students with the opportunity to analyze different advertisements that they find in magazines or online. This is a great initial assessment activity to determine student’s knowledge around media literacy.

Teachers can incorporate into their classroom to discuss media literacy is providing students with the opportunity to analyze different advertisements that they find in magazines or online. This is a great initial assessment activity to determine student’s knowledge around media literacy.

UNDERSTANDING: Even though this fact sheet is labelled for students, I think there are some useful hints and tips that are relevant to my own understanding of what it means to be media savvy and critical about what you are consuming. These tips and hints can be helpful in determining what is fake and what is real.

UNDERSTANDING: Even though this fact sheet is labelled for students, I think there are some useful hints and tips that are relevant to my own understanding of what it means to be media savvy and critical about what you are consuming. These tips and hints can be helpful in determining what is fake and what is real.

Media Literacy - Create your own Cereal Box. Present book repots on cerealboxes in order to persuade peers to read the book too.

Media Literacy - Create your own Cereal Box. Present book repots on cerealboxes in order to persuade peers to read the book too.

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Kids will enjoy this activity since they love being on social media. Choose and ad from the tv, a magazine, poster and others. Complete the chart shown as you analyze the ad. Google slide available.