Discovering media literacy : teaching digital media and popular culture in elementary school
- Hobbs, Renee.
- Thousand Oaks, California : Corwin, 
- Physical description
- xi, 241 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
P96 .M4 H63 2013
- Unknown P96 .M4 H63 2013
- Moore, David Cooper.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Preface Acknowledgments About the Authors Introduction Part I. Why Digital and Media Literacy Matters Chapter 1. Digital and Media Literacy Lesson: What's Inside and Outside the Frame Chapter 2. Motivations for Teaching Digital and Media Literacy Lesson: Target Audience Music Remix Part II. Work With Intermediate Students Chapter 3. Connecting Culture and Classroom Lesson: Creating Realistic Dialogue Chapter 4. Asking Questions About Media and Popular Culture Lesson: Celebrity You Chapter 5. Making Media Lesson: Screencasting the Critical Questions Chapter 6. Everything Is Social Lesson: Bootleg Cola: Pro and Con Part III. Work With Primary Children in Grades K-2 Chapter 7. Media Literacy for Young Learners Lesson: The Ant and the Grasshopper Chapter 8. Authors and Audiences Lesson: Collaborative Storytelling Part IV. Approaches to Teacher Education Chapter 9. Transforming Practice Part V. Extras Resource A. Learning Targets for Digital and Media Literacy With Young Learners Resource B. Glossary for Kids Resource C. Glossary of Concepts Resource D. About the PVK Instructors Index.
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- Publisher's Summary
- "Many professional books talk about digital and media literacy, but this text addresses the complete continuum-from television to technology-and guides teachers to think deeply about their own preferences and beliefs, as well as those of their students to develop knowledgeable, informed media users and consumers for the 21st Century." -Kristin Ziemke Fastabend, First Grade Teacher Chicago Public Schools Give digital kids a voice! Today's kids are digital natives, but what's the best way to help them become empowered, creative and responsible communicators across different media? Discover insights and strategies specific to children ages 5-12 in this guide from an acclaimed media literacy program: Powerful Voices for Kids. Readers will find Thought-provoking lesson plans that reach students of all backgrounds and abilities Use of a wide range of technology tools, including the Internet, video, and mobile apps, combined with an emphasis on online safety and development of essential critical thinking skills Materials for teacher professional development This innovative book is equally valuable as a resource for lesson planning or for developing a full media literacy program.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
- Publication date
- Renee Hobbs, David Cooper Moore.