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1 Media Fact and Opinion Bias and Propaganda Slide Show By Vicky G. Mather

2 Common Core Standard SL.6.2.  Interpret information presented in diverse media and formats (e. g., visually, quantitatively, orally) and explain how it contributes to a topic, text, or issue under stud RI.6.7.  Integrate information presented in different media or formats (e.g., visually, quantitatively) as well as in words to develop a coherent understanding of a topic or issue.   Utilize different media to generate a greater understanding of topic.

3 Pretest 1.What is the definition/example of media? 2.What is the definition /example of fact? 3.What is the definition/example of opinion? 4. What is the definition/example of bias? 5. What is the definition/example of propaganda? 6. Name 3 types of propaganda. 7. Name 5 things found of the cover page of the newspaper. 8. Name 3 sections of the Newspaper. 9. T F Most media is outdated and becoming obsolete. 10. What are the 5 W’s?

4 Media Defined

5 What types of Media do you use?

6 Why is it important?

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9  You are using it every day! Don’t you think its time you learned how it works?

10 Have you ever really looked at your media!

11 True 1.You need two index cards. 1.In Green write True 2.In Red Write False 3.Write it BIG 2. I am going to share some statements, from different media, with you. Please raise your card indicating whether you think the statement is True or False. False

12 True False  Preston Jr. High is located in Preston, Idaho.

13 True False  The Denver Broncos team is considered the greatest NFL team of all time.

14 True False  Martin Luther King, Jr. had the greatest impact on the Civil Rights movement in America.

15 True False  Martin Luther King, Jr. should be a hero to everyone.

16 True False  Martin Luther King’s speech “I Have A Dream” was the greatest speech he ever gave.

17 True False  Martin Luther King, Jr. was born on January 15, 1929.

18 True False One Direction is a pop music group containing five boy members.

19 True False They signed with Simon Cowell’s record label Syco Records after finishing third in The X- Factors singing competition.

20 True False  Zayn Malik is the most attractive member of the One Direction group.

21 True False  Justin Bieber is more successful than One Direction.

22 True False  Soccer is known in other parts of the world as ‘futbol’.

23 True False  Out of 34 countries assessed, U.S. ranked 14th in reading, 17th in science, 25th in math

24 1.Flip your two index cards over. 1.In blue write Fact 2.In purple write Opinion 3.Write it BIG 2. I am going to share some statements, from different media, with you. Please raise your card indicating whether you think the statement is Fact or Opinion.

25 True or False Fact or Opinion  Day 2

26 Common Core Standards  SL.CCR.1.  Prepare for and participate effectively in a range of conversations and collaborations with diverse partners, building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly and persuasively. Brainstorm list of possible topics.  Identify an appropriate topic.  Select main idea and supporting  Create an organizational format to create a focused presentation (outline, note cards, graphic organizers, etc.).  Identify and illustrate the author’s technique (persuasive, entertaining, etc.).  Identify and illustrate the author’s technique (persuasive, entertaining, etc.).

27 Media Text structure Compare and Contrast; General to Specific; Alternating facts and opinions. Remember

28 True and False Fact and Opinion Compare and Contrast

29 Defined  True - exact, accurate, factual, genuine, or real.  False – Not correct, mistaken, mistake  Fact – something that actually exists; reality; truth  Opinion - a personal view, or attitude True and False Fact and Opinion

30 Fact vs Opinion

31 Opinion

32  Check out the personal pronouns… Opinions are your personal feelings about something.

33 Opinions are associated with emotion. How do you Feel about it?

34 Example… What is it mostly?  "This has to be the most exciting game of football that I've seen so far. David Beckham is easily the best player on the pitch. He has scored five goals so far this season. I think he'll score a lot more!" *________________________ _________________________ ________________________ _________________________ _________________________ ______* *____________ _________________________ ________* *__________ _________________*

35 Fact  Exactly what happened… It can be checked and proven Bias Propaganda opinion

36 Fact  Every man has a right to be wrong in his opinions. No man has a right to be wrong in his facts.

37 Fact

38 Example… What is it mostly?  David Robert Joseph Beckham, is an English footballer who currently plays for French League. He was born May 2, His current salary is 3.4 million USD (2013). He is married to former Spice Girl, Victoria Beckham. His four children are Harper, Brooklyn, Romeo, and Cruz. *________________________ _________________________ _______________________ _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ ________________________*

39 Just the Facts Please Detective Joe Friday (Jack Webb) in the 50s NBC-TV classic police series Dragnet never said, "Just the facts, ma'am", although there were variations, such as: "All we want (or know) are the facts, ma'am."). Dragnet: facts.wavfacts.wav /?media=MP3S&type=Movies&movie=Dr agnet"e=facts.txt&file=facts.mp3

40 Inverted Pyramid News Writing Who, What, When, Where, Why Important Information Lesser Details Other Details

41 The 5 W’s of reporting…Plus an H HOW ?

42 Who ?  Lead paragraph should tell who it is about.

43 What?  What happened?

44 When?  When did it happen?

45 Where?  Where did it happen?

46 Why?  Why did it happen?

47 How?  How did it happen? This is usually the rest of the article. Important details provide the supporting paragraphs to finish the article

48 Lead Paragraph  Turn to a neighbor and together create a lead paragraph that you can share with the class using the 5 W’s WhoWho WhyWhy WhereWhere WhenWhen WhatWhat How

49 Let’s do #13… 1 st Man shopping – Mr. Chandler 2 nd Man Idiot Criminal –Joey 1 st Cashier –Rachael 2 nd Cashier - Monica Xvvr6Y

50 Fact and Opinion  Day 3

51 Common Core Standard  SL.CCR.1.  Prepare for and participate effectively in a range of conversations and collaborations with diverse partners, building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly and persuasively. Brainstorm list of possible topics.  Identify an appropriate topic.  Select main idea and supporting  Create an organizational format to create a focused presentation (outline, note cards, graphic organizers, etc.).  Identify and illustrate the author’s technique (persuasive, entertaining, etc.).  Identify and illustrate the author’s technique (persuasive, entertaining, etc.).

52  Now you try it…

53  A staggering 80 % of the worlds ancient forest have already been destroyed or degraded. Each year millions of acres of ancient forest are logged, often illegally, driven by international demand for cheap timber and other wood products. 50 % of the nations plywood is coming for Indonesia's rainforests. An estimated 80% of orangutans natural habitats have been wiped out in the last 30 years.

54  More than half of Wal-Mart employees are on food stamps because Wal-Mart refuses to pay them a living wage. Your tax dollars subsidize Wal-Mart so they can sell super cheap Chinese-made goods.

55  Buy the new Superclean bathroom cleaner. It'll leave your bathroom sparkling clean! Superclean uses a mixture of soap and bleach which attacks dust and grime. You won't be able to believe your eyes when you see what Superclean can do for you. Only $1.99 a bottle.

56  Gabby Douglas, of Virginia Beach, Virginia is a 16 year old gymnast who shocked the country when she finished in first place at the trials in San Jose, California by a margin of points. She edged out Jordan Wieber for first place in the individual all-around title thanks to her brilliant performance on the floor exercise.

57  Taylor Alison Swift was born on December 13, 1989 in Reading, Pennsylvania. Musically, it has been said that her music on the “Fearless” CD is characterized by loud, lean guitars and rousing choruses with the occasional bits of fiddle and banjo tucked into the mix. Swift is one of pop's finest songwriters, country's foremost pragmatist and more in touch with her inner life than most adults. She always writes songs about past boyfriends.

58  Bruno Mars was born Peter Gene Hernandez on October 8, 1985, in Honolulu, Hawaii, and was raised in the Waikiki neighborhood of Honolulu. He is without doubt the greatest male singer of our time. His ability to reflect Elvis, Marley, Hendrix, and Lavene make him the most gifted in every type of music.

59  It's so thin and so light, yet iPhone 5 features a larger display, a faster chip, the latest wireless technology, an 8MP iSight camera, and more. It is simply the best phone out there.

60  Colgate Total ® fights germs for 12 hours. Ordinary toothpastes don't. If you're using regular, non-antibacterial toothpaste, germs start to grow back right away. Colgate Total ® is different. They have the most advanced toothpaste formulas and innovation brushes. It is everything you need and recommended by Dentists and Hygienists.

61  Bob Marley's music was heavily influenced by the social issues of his homeland, and he is considered to have given voice to the specific political and culture of Jamaica

62  Now that you are experts on Fact and opinion., let’s see how it applies to the newspaper…one of the most used forms of media,written or online.

63 Code the Text Get in groups of 4 You will need… A newspaper One Fact and Opinion Sheet per group Scissors and pencil each The assignment is to… Find 4 facts and 4 opinions Each from a different article Code them as important Only 2 from the same section (Ads, main page, sports, editorial, cartoon, business, obituaries, world, local) Tag each article Post them under Fact or Opinion on the wall.

64 Propaganda & Bias  Day 4

65 Common Core Standards SL.6.2.  Interpret information presented in diverse media and formats (e. g., visually, quantitatively, orally) and explain how it contributes to a topic, text, or issue under stud RI.6.7.  Integrate information presented in different media or formats (e.g., visually, quantitatively) as well as in words to develop a coherent understanding of a topic or issue.   Utilize different media to generate a greater understanding of topic.

66 Propaganda  There are different ways for opinion to appear in the media you use…. Bias

67 Propaganda

68 Defined  Prop a gan da Noun 1. information of a biased or misleading nature used to promote a particular point of view or opinion.

69 Propaganda

70 Propaganda

71 Bias

72 Defined  bi·as  bi·as Noun  Prejudice in favor of or against one thing, person, or group compared with another, usually in a way considered to be unfair. Verb  Show prejudice for or against (someone or something) unfairly: "the tests were biased against women"; "a biased view of the world".

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76 Bias

77 Propaganda and Bias Slide Show

78 Propaganda and Bias  Day 8

79 Common Core Standards SL.6.2.  Interpret information presented in diverse media and formats (e. g., visually, quantitatively, orally) and explain how it contributes to a topic, text, or issue under stud RI.6.7.  Integrate information presented in different media or formats (e.g., visually, quantitatively) as well as in words to develop a coherent understanding of a topic or issue.   Utilize different media to generate a greater understanding of topic.

80  Bias Look Closely for Bias  Table partners  Bias Meter  Character Cards  Rate each card  Explain your answer with supporting evidence  Share with class

81 Newspaper  Day 9 Newspaper Slide Show

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83 Final test 1.What is the definition/example of media? 2.What is the definition /example of fact? 3.What is the definition/example of opinion? 4. What is the definition/example of bias? 5. What is the definition/example of propaganda? 6. Name 3 types of propaganda. 7. Name 5 things found of the cover page of the newspaper. 8. Name 3 sections of the Newspaper. 9. T F Most media is outdated and becoming obsolete. 10. What are the 5 W’s?

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