This lesson plan covers the skills required for media literacy. It examines the various types of media available and provides a clear definition of media literacy.
- Ready to use lesson plan to introduce the topic of media literacy.
- Homework to follow up the lesson.
- Illustrated throughout.
- Photocopiable — use year after year again and again.
- Simple, clear and concise and easy to follow.
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- What is the definition of media literacy?
- What are the skills required to master media literacy?
- What is the meaning behind certain messages?
- How to tell fake news from real news and how to identify the source.
Who is it for?
- Teachers — How can teachers enhance media literacy in the classroom? How can they help students develop skills to analyse and comprehend the different messages they receive?
- Parents — What can parents do to help their children evaluate information effectively? How can they help them differentiate between truth and falsehood?
- Young People — What are some of the messages young people receive every day? What media literacy skills do young people need to develop?
- Pages: 17
- Duration: 1 hour
- Illustrated throughout
- Age range: 12 years and upwards
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