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  1. Linda Sutherland and Sybille Parryteacher-librariansToronto District School Boardlinda.sutherland@tel.tdsb.on.casybille.parry@tel.tdsb.on.ca Media Literacy Makes an IMPACT @ your library

  2. Media Literacy – connections to curriculum • Highly motivating • Integration with other strands • Collaboration • Differentiated Learning

  3. Media Studies K-12 TDSB, 2005 The Media Triangle TEXT AUDIENCE What is it? Can you name other things like this? Does it have any stereotypes? What values do you see? Do you like it? Why or why not? Who else would like it? Would you buy it? Would your parents buy it? PRODUCTION Who makes this? Where is it made? Have you seen a commercial for this? Where?

  4. A Poppy is to Remember (P/J)

  5. Book by Heather Patterson • Read and discuss book • Students complete a sentence starter

  6. Multimedia Presentation • To view the finished media presentation please view the file named “poppies” which is attached to this presentation. It will open in your media player.

  7. Images on Flickr • Students choose from a pre-selected choice of images a picture that matches their sentence

  8. Drawing in Kidpix

  9. Adding Music • Students choose music in Kidpix program to suit their image • Images from all class members are made into a Kidpix slide show and shared with an audience

  10. Deconstructing an Animated Film (P)

  11. Book by Lynette Comissiong • A Caribbean version of Hansel and Gretel • Read the text of the story without showing the illustrations

  12. Illustrating the book in Kidpix • During reading of the story students are encourage to make pictures in their heads • Each student in class is given one sentence in the story to illustrate • Story is reconstructed using student images

  13. Next step • Show students the illustrations in the book • Discuss the role of the illustrator • Validate their interpretation (there is no “true image”)

  14. Animated Film Version • Film produced by National Film Board • Directed by Chris Cormier and Derek Cummings

  15. Film (Step 1) • Play soundtrack only of film • Ask students to listen to the various elements of the soundtrack • Music • Dialogue • Sound effects • Discuss the role of each element

  16. Film (Step 2) • Play film without sound • Discuss the narrative • Discuss elements of the film such as camera angle

  17. Film (Step 3) • Show students film with sound and image • Pay particular attention to credits at the end of the film and discuss the role of various people who had a part in making the film • Compare this to the people involved in making the book

  18. Blue Spruce 2009 • Excellent selection of new Canadian picture books • Provides a rich source of media literacy ideas • Consider using with whole school not just primary grades

  19. Judging Books By Their Covers (P/J) • Discuss book covers with students. • Ask them to find as many things as they can about the book from the cover only (i.e. name of author, illustrator, publisher’s name, barcode, price, ISBN • Have all the new Blue Spruce books available for the students. Put an elastic band around the text block so the students will only look at the covers and inside flaps of book jacket. • Have them fill out a quick survey to predict how they will like the book based on the cover. • Follow up with a discussion on how they made their decisions.

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  21. Making Grizzle Grow (P/J) A snow dinosaur takes on a life of its own.

  22. A Story in the Media • There is a great news story that relates to Grizzle. Read the following links, view videos and discuss. • http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5jeOivSoRGOBtYf9zD9kG3Lj4IssAD9580N880 • http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/10547826/ • http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/16498949/ • http://www.snowzilla.org/about/ • http://www.flickr.com/photos/huggerindustries/3110867016/

  23. Several videos about Snowzilla on You Tube. Compare for point of view. • To view the news media clip click on this link or copy and paste into your browser: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWWotvCusO0&feature=PlayList&p=A91758E01122CD7C&playnext=1&index=6

  24. Mattland (P/J) Mapping Mattland

  25. Mattland • Read the story without showing the illustrations • Use the template of map + images • OLA Blue Spruce • Students retell story or create a new story

  26. Sample map created with images and Kidpix tools, using template

  27. Chester Getting back at Chester

  28. Chester • Use selected images (<10%) from a story with limited text e.g. Grumpy Bird by Jeremy Tankard, Pigeon books by Mo Willem • SmartBoard – project the images in sequence, and model “interfering with” the story using the red pen; give students the opportunity to try

  29. Chester • Chart Paper – as above, using photocopied images and red marker • Extension: give students 3 images and a red marker, and allow them to experiment using think/pair/share • New idea – freshly minted at Superconference – use tools to have Grumpy meet Scaredy – what would happen?

  30. Logos (P)

  31. Logos (P/J) • Students examine a wide variety of logos – from their clothing, backpacks, books, Google images, a logo walk in the neighbourhood • Using Smart Ideas software – apply media triangle questions to logos • Invite expert in to speak about branding

  32. Logos – Smart Ideas

  33. Logos – Smart Ideas

  34. Logos (P/J) • Sort, classify and explore logos by characteristics • Using the SmartBoard –– What’s my sorting rule?

  35. Logos (P/J)

  36. Logos (P/J) • Students create their own logos • Model process

  37. Logo – grade 2

  38. Advertising and Gender Stereotypes (P/J) • Students examine an online flyer for toys to see what appeals to either boys, girls or both boys and girls. • Discuss why certain toys appeal to each gender.

  39. Create a Biased Ad for a Glass of Water • Using something as neutral as a glass of water students will create an advertisement that appeals to either boys, girls, both or adults. • Students will talk about their work and what elements they chose to support their choice.

  40. Toys R Us

  41. Creating Ads Using Kidpix • Students start with a photograph of a glass of water • Add stamps, background colour and choose a suitable font for their text

  42. Creating Ads Using Kidpix

  43. Urban and Rural Communties(P) • This culminating task of the unit incorporates all four stages of the research and inquiry process. • Many curriculum expectations from a variety of subjects are covered.

  44. A Multimedia Presentation Using Photo Story 3 • To view the finished media presentation click on this link or copy and paste into your browser: http://www.teachertube.com/view_video.php?viewkey=d2e44ca6500d433e56ab