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Viewing Media Literacy Short video clip Analyzing Magazine Ads Adapted by Anna J. Small Roseboro
Graphs, Charts, Tables
Viewing the Non-Print Media Key to success both TODAY and in the NEAR FUTURE!!
Viewing Computer Screens How do you use computers? How do you help students become more critical viewers of Internet Websites? What do you do to prepare students to view?
Short Video – Media Smarts Media Smarts
Reflection on Video Choose 1 to answer individually. Share response with your neighbors. Select 2 to share with class. I was surprised… I have been wondering… I realized that… Today I learned...
Facts about FILM First, film is a language….students study the way in which images are framed sequenced paced and combined with sounds They analyze the purpose of a shot as well as its suggested meanings. From Milton Chen :Training the Eye: Expanding the Language Artswith the grammar of film teachingmedialiteracy.pbworks.com/f/08IYMD.pdf
Facts about FILM Second, film is a cultural document through which we can explore the values and social issues of the past…. students should explore the historical period in which the film was made and the social issues relative to the films themes. From Milton Chen :Training the Eye: Expanding the Language Artswith the grammar of film teachingmedialiteracy.pbworks.com/f/08IYMD.pdf
Facts about FILM Third, film is a collaborative art….the result of the collaboration of many different professionals and artisans…span[ning] science and cinematography, literature and language arts, music, art and design, and digital technology (p. viii) From Milton Chen :Training the Eye: Expanding the Language Artswith the grammar of film teachingmedialiteracy.pbworks.com/f/08IYMD.pdf
Viewing Advertisements Placement Color Color Western Readers view in Z pattern
Analyzing Magazine Ads Find an ad in a magazine Notice the LAYOUT Notice the use of COLOR(S) Notice the people What are you being asked to think, believe, or do as a result of viewing this ad? How can you incorporate this kind of analytical viewing when you teach?