Knowing how TV shows are funded can help students understand what is available to view. Advertising Age recently unveiled its annual Prime Time Ad Costs for 2015-2016.
How can we encourage students to view programming actively, with “the thinking parts of their brains turned on”?
The Emmy nominations are out. Take a look at which shows got nods, who got nominated for what, and read some Emmy-quality TV scripts.
Resources for introducing children in Grades 1 – 6 to media literacy education, including outlines of staff development programs, samples of student work, and video documentation of classroom practice.
A user-generated content website for analyzing contemporary propaganda in all its many forms, this website offers an ever-changing collection of digital media artifacts, lesson plans and activities for high school and college students
Media literacy educator (and lifetime NAMLE member) Frank Baker wants “to help today’s media-saturated students realize the lengths that political consultants will go to get (and keep) our attention.