Social Media Education: Making Relevant Connections-NAMLE Key Questions
Social Media Education: Making Relevant Connections
This session spotlights sharing model lessons for social science areas. Example lessons connect middle level students with common core curriculum through incorporations of relevant and meaningful selections of popular media. Mini-lessons display how educators can utilize 21st century technology to encourage student involvement while learning both content and media literacy.
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Transcripts - Social Media Education: Making Relevant Connections-NAMLE Key Questions
KEY QUESTIONS TO ASK WHEN ANALYZING MEDIA MESSAGES
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AUTHORSHIP Who made this message?
Why was this made?
Who is the target audience (and how do you know)?
Who paid for this?
Who might benefit from this message?
Who might be harmed by it?
Why might this message matter to me?
What kinds of actions might I take in response to this
What is this about (and what makes you think that)?
What ideas, values, information, and/or points of view are
What is left out of this message that might be important to
What techniques are used?
Why were those techniques used?
How do they communicate the message?
How might different people understand this message
What is my interpretation of this and what do I learn about
myself from my reaction or interpretation?
When was this made?
Where or how was it shared with the public?
Is this fact, opinion, or something else?
How credible is this (and what makes you think that)?
What are the sources of the information, ideas, or
This document is an appendix to NAMLE’s Core Principles of Media Literacy Education – www.NAMLE.net/coreprinciples