Teaching Youth to Critically Read and Create Media- Second Edition
Acknowledgments ix Foreword xi Chapter 1. Introduction 1 Chapter 2. Teaching the Media: Competing Approaches, Media Activism, and Core Concepts of Critical Media Literacy 9 Chapter 3. Critical Media Literacy Is Not an Option: Overview of Media Education in the U.S. and Abroad 47 Chapter 4. Voices from the Trenches: Elementary School Teachers Speak about Implementing Media Literacy 65 Chapter 5. The Earlier the Better: Expanding and Deepening Literacy with Young Children 119 Chapter 6. Photography as Pedagogy with Praxis 147 Chapter 7. Teacher Education: A Launching Pad for Critical Media Literacy 171 Chapter 8. Thinking Critically in a Converging World: Forces of Change in the Information Age 205 viii media literacy is elementary Appendix A MediaLit Kit™ Framework 223 Appendix B Critical Media Literacy Chart 225 Appendix C SMARTArt Teacher Pseudonyms and Descriptions 227 Appendix D Interview Guide 229 Notes 231 Bibliography 237
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