FREE materials from Stanford Univ. to teach media literacy to teens. #free #highschool #middleschool
Teach your students the RIGHT way to build an email with this 45-minute lesson. Click HERE!
Tips and a free "cheat sheet" for incorporating critical thinking in your instruction. Get students responding and thinking with depth and complexity.
Good "global" advice on how to localize project based learning for any students anywhere. A nice by-product or "side-effect" is likely to be some benefits to whatever community is involved.
Lesson Idea: Media Literacy and Fake News | C-SPAN Classroom
Attack rhetorical analysis and writing using the SOAPSTone method! Breaks down the popular SOAPSTone acronym used for rhetorical analysis and writing: Speaker, Occasion, Audience, Purpose, Subject, and Tone. Each point includes questions for
This media literacy website encourages young people to think critically about media and become smart consumers, featuring activities designed to provide the skills and knowledge needed to question, analyze, interpret and evaluate media messages.
Innovation Design In Education - ASIDE: Designing Information for Media Literacy
Early 90's Christmas Commercials- for Media Literacy lessons