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Visual literacy

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This blog post explores the importance of media literacy in the English Language Arts classroom. In this article, you'll learn how to prompt your students' critical thinking using inquiry-based learning. Challenge your students to examine media bias, evaluate sources, consider the intended audience of information, and identify trustworthy sources using the activities, lesson plans, and resources included in this blog post. If you teach middle school or high school ELA, this post is a must-read!

This blog post explores the importance of media literacy in the English Language Arts classroom. In this article, you'll learn how to prompt your students' critical thinking using inquiry-based learning. Challenge your students to examine media bias, evaluate sources, consider the intended audience of information, and identify trustworthy sources using the activities, lesson plans, and resources included in this blog post. If you teach middle school or high school ELA, this post is a…

New and updated version of the Visual Literacy placemat by LKI ART, originally in partnership with Rachel H. Thanks to @nortoncreative for introducing me to Subject Elements Media Intent.

New and updated version of the Visual Literacy placemat by LKI ART, originally in partnership with Rachel H. Thanks to @nortoncreative for introducing me to Subject Elements Media Intent.

Many multimodal projects are created through the use of visuals—this is why visual literacy is such an important concept. This chart is meant to help you understand the process of choosing effective visuals for your multimodal argument (if they are necessary to use). This visual was originally found on a blog for the ACRL Image Resources Interest Group and details a set of standards created by the ACRL for higher education.

Many multimodal projects are created through the use of visuals—this is why visual literacy is such an important concept. This chart is meant to help you understand the process of choosing effective visuals for your multimodal argument (if they are necessary to use). This visual was originally found on a blog for the ACRL Image Resources Interest Group and details a set of standards created by the ACRL for higher education.

Visual literacy – some examples | School Library Owl

Recently, I wrote about plans to explore visual literacy with Year 5 using the CBCA Short List Picture Books. With the lessons now complete, this post provides an update on progress and shares some…

VISUAL LITERACY~ Great article with tons of ideas for teaching visual literacy.

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Topics covered in the presentation include:  Basic visual literacy terms (frame, strip, gutter, speech & thought bubbles) and how these elements work to tell a story Advanced art terms (onomatopoeia, enamata, action lines, and more) and how they help to create meaning Literary devices (pun, irony, oxymoron, contrast, satire, and more) and how to recognize examples of each device in visual texts Practice visual analysis with answer keys!

Topics covered in the presentation include: Basic visual literacy terms (frame, strip, gutter, speech & thought bubbles) and how these elements work to tell a story Advanced art terms (onomatopoeia, enamata, action lines, and more) and how they help to create meaning Literary devices (pun, irony, oxymoron, contrast, satire, and more) and how to recognize examples of each device in visual texts Practice visual analysis with answer keys!

Taking a Deep Dive Into Picture Book Illustrations in the Classroom. A teaching and learning blog post exploring visual literacy in the classroom with ideas for teaching it to students #visualliteracy #picturebooks

One of the benefits of using picture books in the classroom, including middle grades classrooms , is developing visual literacy. But how can we make sure we’re doing this effectively?