Title Media literacy key concepts Lesson 3: Audiences negotiate meaning
Objectives 1. Become a smart consumer of products and information.

2. Recognize point of view,

3. Create media responsibly,

4. Identify the role of media in our culture.,

5. Understand the author’s goal

Description For students to be informed and engaged in a digital society they need to be able to understand, inquire, create, communicate and think critically.

As consumers, we all constantly take in a huge amount of information from a wide array of sources: text messages, memes, viral videos, social media, video games, advertising, and more. All media shares two things: 1) someone created it and 2) it was created for a reason. Understanding that reason is the basis of media literacy. To be successful in school and in life students must be media literate.

Link to the source https://www.nvusd.k12.ca.us/medialit
Terms of use Free by logging in
Connectivity Online and offline components: some tools can be set up online and then used offline
Device requirements Desktop computer
Mode of learning
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Teacher or trainer-directed learning