Lesson Five: Creating Curriculum using Media Literacy Concepts

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Learning Objective

Participants will be able to create curriculum using media literacy concepts.

Activity One

Congratulations, you have made it to the end of this mini-course! Together, we have learned all the necessary knowledge and skills needed to create an ELA lesson using media literacy concepts where students can develop and strengthen their media literacy skills. In this last lesson you will select new media document(s) and apply media literacy concepts into a full-length ELA lesson. Make sure to include the following components in your lesson plan:

  • The lesson title
  • Lesson overview
  • Curriculum area and grade level
  • Suggested framework (Curriculum Context)
  • Learning Objectives
  • Vocabulary
  • Preparation & Prerequisites
  • Time needed
  • Materials and Equipment/Technology
  • Step-by-Step Procedures
  • Notes on Pedagogy
  • Assessments
  • Extensions and Adaptations
  • Appendices

Upload your lesson plan in our Media Literacy folder:Media Literacy Mini-Course 2017

Reminder: Please label your Google Doc and all other files with your full name and assignment. (i.e. Stephanie Aquino Media Literacy Final Project Draft). Please use double space, 12 pt Times New Roman font and 1" margins. Please remove all extra space between paragraphs.

Sample Media Literacy ELA Lesson Plan

File:Stephanie Aquino Media Literacy Final Project Analyzing Oppression.pdf

Activity Two

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Evaluate at least two of your peers' lesson plans. Comment on their documents and lesson plan in Google Drive. Provide positive feedback and helpful suggestions.

Lesson Wrap-Up

Revise your original lesson plan draft based on the feedback that you received from your peers. Upload your final lesson plan on the Google drive folder: Media Literacy Mini-Course 2017 Please label your Google Doc with your full name and assignment (i.e. Stephanie Aquino Media Literacy Final Project).

Closing Remarks

Thank you for taking this online journey with me. I hope that you found the mini-course helpful as well as useful. In addition, I hope that you will successfully apply the knowledge, skills and concepts learned in this mini-course into your own classrooms. Feel free to share your own personal journeys with me.

Links

ETAP 623 Spring 2017: ETAP 623 Spring 2017

Portfolio Page: Stephanie Aquino's Portfolio Page

Mini-Course Homepage: Media Literacy Mini-Course Homepage

Unit Two Homepage: Unit Two: Applying the Curriculum-Driven Approaches to Media Literacy in an ELA Classroom

Lessons in this unit:

  1. Lesson Four: Analyzing and Critiquing Media Documents using the NAMLE Key Questions
  2. Lesson Five: Creating Curriculum using Media Literacy Concepts