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Author Hobbs, Renee.

Title Discovering media literacy : teaching digital media and popular culture in elementary school / Renee Hobbs, David Cooper Moore
Published Thousand Oaks, California : Corwin, a Sage Company, [2013]
©2013
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Description 1 online resource (xi, 241 pages) : illustrations
Contents Part I. Why Digital and Media Literacy Matters -- Chapter 1. Digital and Media Literacy -- Lesson: What's Inside and Outside the Frame -- Chapter 2. Motivations for Teaching Digital and Media Literacy -- Lesson: Target Audience Music Remix -- Part II. Work With Intermediate Students -- Chapter 3. Connecting Culture and Classroom -- Lesson: Creating Realistic Dialogue -- Chapter 4. Asking Questions About Media and Popular Culture -- Lesson: Celebrity You -- Chapter 5. Making Media -- Lesson: Screencasting the Critical Questions -- Chapter 6. Everything Is Social -- Lesson: Bootleg Cola: Pro and Con -- Part III. Work With Primary Children in Grades K-2 -- Chapter 7. Media Literacy for Young Learners -- Lesson: The Ant and the Grasshopper -- Chapter 8. Authors and Audiences -- Lesson: Collaborative Storytelling -- Part IV. Approaches to Teacher Education -- Chapter 9. Transforming Practice -- Part V. Extras -- Resource A. Learning Targets for Digital and Media Literacy With Young Learners -- Resource B. Glossary for Kids --Resource C. Glossary of Concepts -- Resource D. About the PVK Instructors
Summary "Many professional books talk about digital and media literacy, but this text addresses the complete continuum' from television to technology' and guides teachers to think deeply about their own preferences and beliefs, as well as those of their students to develop knowledgeable, informed media users and consumers for the 21st Century." ' Kristin Ziemke Fastabend, First Grade Teacher Chicago Public Schools Give digital kids a voice! Today' s kids are digital natives, but what' s the best way to help them become .
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 231-233) and index
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Subject Digital media -- Study and teaching (Elementary)
Media literacy -- Study and teaching (Elementary)
Popular culture -- Study and teaching (Elementary)
Form Electronic book
Author Moore, David Cooper.
ISBN 1483306291
1483306305 (electronic bk.)
9781483306292
9781483306308 (electronic bk.)