How does bias in television news stories shape narratives of social movements?
Alison Rutch and Liza Torrence investigate this idea through a research paper, middle school lesson plan, artwork, and final project presentation.
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Final Project 4 week plan
April 16th- Brainstorm ideas, 5+ sources each, 4 week plan, start lesson plan
April 23rd- Finish lesson plan, start paper, start art piece
April 30th- Lesson plan due, finish art piece
May 7- Finish paper
This article, by Kathleen A. Unrath and Melissa A. Mudd, speaks about the importance of media literacy for the current generation of iKids in school, due to the changing world we live in.
Critical Play is a book written by Mary Flanagan, and a TED talk performed by Mary Flanagan. Both discuss the evolution of games over time, and the idea of critical or serious games, which is play that represents one or more questions about aspects of human life. Serious or critical games often use critical thinking to examine social and political issues, that may lead to interventions or subversive practices.
Click this link to Scratch.mit.edu where you can play my game, Pollution KILLZ!
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