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The Association for Media Literacy promotes and advocates for media literacy education for students, parents and teachers (#MediaLiteracy). #K12Media
Love this meaningful media literacy activity! So many @A_M_L_ key concepts are covered here. Thank you George for sharing this https://twitter.com/GJaneteas/status/1589786451561979904
We’re learning about deep viewing strategies, media syncs, and what music supervisors do in TV and film using @Stranger_Things & “Running Up That Hill” as a case study.
Task: After a media sync deal falls through, students pitch an alternate song for a scene from their fav show
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Reality Check: These fast, fun and engaging activities provide teens and adults with the opportunity to test their skills and learn new authentication techniques around #fakenews & #disinformation
#onted #cdned #medialiteracy
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Media contain social and political messages.
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Media construct versions of reality.
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How is this both news and promotions?
Media construct reality.
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