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MEDIA PRESSURES LHS. Objective: Students will be able to identify media’s tactics that are used to make models and actors look better than how they naturally.

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1 MEDIA PRESSURES LHS

2 Objective: Students will be able to identify media’s tactics that are used to make models and actors look better than how they naturally look.  What is your favorite “healthy “ fast food place to eat. Share with your neighbor  Super-Size Me: What did the doctors thought about what would happen to Morgan vs. what really happened  Type notes from PowerPoint and then find a before and after photo and identify tactics that were used to enhance the photos Warm UpActivity

3 What does media consider to be beautiful?  Be thin but curvy  Perfect skin (no pores)  Perfect makeup  Guys broad shoulders  6 pack abs  Muscular  Ultra white teeth

4 What’s the bottom line?  Media puts pressures on society to look better than what is realistic  Most ads have been altered  Even our favorite TV stars have LOTS of help Just ask Oprah

5 Barbie

6 What are those “Tactics?”  Computer resizing and imagine  Airbrush facial flaws  Camera angles  Body positioning  Lighting  Make-up  Wardrobe specialists (coloring with skin tones)

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8 Assignment  Title: Media Pressures  Copy the notes we just went over under your title (next slide)  Google Photo shopped photos (images)  Copy and paste images.  List all the tactic media used to alter the photo

9 What does media consider beautiful? Be thin but curvy6 pack abs Perfect skin (no pores)Muscular Perfect makeup Ultra white teeth Guys broad shouldersTan What are the tactics media uses to make people “more beautiful? Computer resizing and imagine Body positioning Airbrush facial flaws Lighting Camera anglesMakeup Body positioning Wardrobe specialists (coloring with skin tones) In this photo the following changes were made: 1. Smoothed hair 2. Made her skin even 3. Cleaned up make-up 4. Outlined her lips 5. Airbrushed all visible skin 6. Her face shape became more narrow Media Pressures Copy these notes on your paper


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