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Close reading the media : literacy lessons and activities for every month of the school year / by Frank W. Baker.

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  • ISBN: 9781138216006
  • ISBN: 1138216003
  • ISBN: 9781138216020
  • ISBN: 113821602X
  • Physical Description: vi, 153 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2018.

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Formatted Contents Note:
Exploring media literacy with students -- Close reading and what it means for media literacy -- What's missing from that media message? -- Unraveling the messages in TV advertising -- Examining the political announcement -- Truth vs propaganda in political ads -- Media literacy week - a time to remember why media literacy is so important -- Teach students to analyze political debates -- Students need help detecting fake news -- Examining holiday toy ads -- Looking beyond the toy ads to a world saturated with marketing messages -- Engaging in the study of parody -- How big media influences the news we read -- Looking deeper into Super Bowl ads -- Being savvy about diet ad season -- Studying black history through the vision of Gordon Parks -- Civil Rights - how pictures changed America -- Learning from the Academy Awards -- Exploring the language of film -- Reading the symbols of costume design -- Comparing: history vs Hollywood - who gets the story right? -- Analyzing the media though docudramas -- How media appeals to our emotions -- Examining product placement -- Noticing the power of branding -- Understanding media messages in popular magazines -- Reading and interpreting iconic news images -- The role of celebrity in raising our awareness.
Subject: Media literacy > Study and teaching > Activity programs.
Media literacy > Study and teaching > United States.
Mass media in education > United States.

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