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Teaching Media Literacy - Students consume media in record amounts, but how can you best help them becoming discerning readers, viewers, and listeners? Check out these ideas for teaching students about persuasive techniques, media bias, and credibility. Blog post at the Secondary English Coffee Shop by Nouvelle ELA. Middle School English, Apps, Middle School Language Arts, Teach Media Literacy, Information Literacy, Media Literacy Lessons, Teaching Reading, Persuasive Techniques, Secondary English

Teaching Media Literacy - Students consume media in record amounts, but how can you best help them becoming discerning readers, viewers, and listeners? Check out these ideas for teaching students about persuasive techniques, media bias, and credibility. Blog post at the Secondary English Coffee Shop by Nouvelle ELA.

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Kathryn Nash
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It's been a bit of a month of it. After dealing with a) artists moaning online about us given them a less-than-sycophantic review b) managers demanding to see and approve interviews before we publish them and c) artists being pitched by PR firms as proudly 'independent' when the bare minimum of research shows they're actually […]

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Marcela Cantaluppi
This blog post explores the importance of media literacy in the English Language Arts classroom. In this article, you'll learn how to prompt your students' critical thinking using inquiry-based learning. Challenge your students to examine media bias, evaluate sources, consider the intended audience of information, and identify trustworthy sources using the activities, lesson plans, and resources included in this blog post. If you teach middle school or high school ELA, this post is a must-read!

This blog post explores the importance of media literacy in the English Language Arts classroom. In this article, you'll learn how to prompt your students' critical thinking using inquiry-based learning. Challenge your students to examine media bias, evaluate sources, consider the intended audience of information, and identify trustworthy sources using the activities, lesson plans, and resources included in this blog post. If you teach middle school or high school ELA, this post is a…

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Stacy Mallery