Increasingly, K-12 educators are turning to technology as yet another way to engage students in media literacy education. Details are in this essay published in a recent issue of ISTE’s “Learning and Leading with Technology.”
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Resource Links: Lesson Plan: Creating A Floor Plan for “To Kill A Mockingbird” Courtroom Scene Description Considering that the new Common Core ELA standards make a direct reference to choices made by a film director, here is an activity that challenges students to create the “floor plan” of a pivotal scene from “To Kill A […]
An essay in Cable In The Classroom magazine about the importance of how to watch a presidential debate.
Political commercial analysis worksheet and lesson objectives from Frank Baker.
Deconstructing a TV Commercial: Media Literacy (Curriculum) by Frank Baker.
Is Seeing Believing: Visual Literacy for the 21st Century Digital Information Age (Curriculum) from Frank Baker.