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Media Literacy: Thinking Critically About Television

Media Literacy: Thinking Critically About Television

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Media Literacy: Thinking Critically About Television

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Reproducible handouts encourage critical awareness of the effects of television. Seven units each consist of an introductory reading accompanied by a handful of activity sheets which, taken together, lead students to multiple perspectives on the unit s theme. Main topics: the television industry, situation comedies, dramas, newscasts, sports programs, talk shows, and "reality" shows. Sample lessons: "Television in Your Household" (analyzing viewing habits), "A Vast Wasteland?" (assessing Newton Minow s famous speech), and "What Makes a Good Show Good?"

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Subject LANGUAGE ARTS, Journalism
Publisher J. Weston Walch
ISBN 0-8251-6511-3
Length 81 pages
Grade Range 7-12

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