Media Literacy in the 21st-Century Classroom

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The more digital technology becomes inseparable from our daily lives, the more chances corporate and political media have to manipulate young people-unless students are taught how to dissect and defend against that manipulation. This program helps educators instill media literacy through an exploration of its basic concepts as well as examples drawn from film and television. Defining media literacy in terms of access, analysis, evaluation, and creation, the video examines race and gender issues, embedded social cues, the prevalence of media bias, and concrete methods for questioning the objectives and studying the techniques of media. Well-known TV commercials are used as case studies.
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subject_facet Computer-aided instruction, Cyberspace -- Social aspects, Digital media, Educational films, Educational technology, English language -- Spoken English, Information society, Instructional systems, Internet videos, Listening, Mass media -- Social aspects, Mass media and culture, Motion pictures -- Appreciation, Oral communication, Popular culture -- History and criticism, Reading, Research -- Methodology, Technology -- Social aspects, Videorecording, Writing
title_display Media Literacy in the 21st-Century Classroom
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title_short Media Literacy in the 21st-Century Classroom
topic_facet Appreciation, Computer-aided instruction, Cyberspace, Digital media, Educational technology, English language, History and criticism, Information society, Instructional systems, Listening, Mass media, Mass media and culture, Methodology, Motion pictures, Oral communication, Popular culture, Reading, Research, Social aspects, Spoken English, Technology, Writing