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Old 01-15-2020, 10:30 AM
 
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Looking for guidance. Hello fellow librarians! I am working on C3, and questioning my focus. I have filmed a few lessons, but wonder if they are on target:
Hello Rang-tan! I have a 6th grade class and we are in a unit of Media Literacy. They're learning to identify types of information using critical thinking and their new knowledge of the differences between: news, advertising, opinion, entertainment, propaganda. For the video, I showed them a 3 minute advertisement that is NOT clearly an ad. In table groups, they discussed what the main purpose of the video was. It had strong elements of entertainment, opinion, and propaganda, but in the end it was an ad.

I think it was a really good lesson, but is it library -y enough? We're not doing research or evaluating a website. Should I change focus?


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