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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

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Media Literacy Anchor Chart, Interactive Notebook Pages, and activities

This file on media literacy includes an anchor chart on media and types of media. There is a printer friendly version of the anchor chart to use as an entry in an interactive notebook. It also includes a chart where students list examples of media and their purpose.

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PIE: Author's Purpose (P= Persuade; I = Inform; E = Entertain) (It bugs me that this picture doesn't show it in PIE order!). I would have to add a different political figure;)

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It's Not Just The Bikini Bodies In Magazine Ads That Are Fake. Practically Everything Is.
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It's Not Just The Bikini Bodies In Magazine Ads That Are Fake. Practically Everything Is.

JS This is an example of images that could be used to encourage students to think critically about how products are presented to persuade consumers to buy it. This will encourage students to decide how honest marketing tactics are (IL

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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.

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