Teaching Youth to Critically Read and Create Media- Second Edition
Appendix D. Interview Guide
appendix d Interview Guide 1. If a friend asked you what “media literacy” is, how would you deﬁne it? 2. What aspects of media literacy (key questions, core concepts, demo- cratic pedagogy, etc.) do you ﬁnd most useful and why? 3. Are you now using what you learned from the media literacy grant? If so, how? 4. Do you think your teaching practices have become more critical since this grant? If so, how? 5. Do you believe that your students are developing better questions that reﬂect more critical thinking? If so, why? 6. What beneﬁt do you think production activities play in students’ learn- ing media literacy? 7. What do you consider your most successful media literacy moments? 8. What major obstacles keep you from teaching more media literacy? 9. What do you think are the best ways to integrate critical media literacy into elementary school curriculum? 230 media literacy is elementary 10. Do you have any suggestions for me related to media literacy or is there anything else you would like to add? 11. In terms of social justice issues, racism, classism, sexism, how do you address that, or do you address those types of things, with your students?
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