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Media Literacy Review Writing 16 Lessons



Total Pages: 67 pages
Answer Key: N/A
Teaching Duration: Other
File Size: 1 MB
File Type: PDF

Media Literacy Review Writing

This Media Literacy Review Writing lesson bundle contains 16 different media types for students to review. Help your students purposely engage with media using this differentiated review writing lesson bundle.

Two different review writing options are provided with this lesson bundle a graphic organizer version or a writing prompt version. This assignment variety will help you scaffold the learning for students who need that support and provide independent writing tasks for the other students.

  • This resource contains individual PDFs of student pages to assist with online learning, i.e. Google Classroom as well as Google Slides formatted lessons for 1:1 schools.

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This Media Literacy Review Writing, 67-Page Resource Includes:

  • An Implementation Plan
  • Classroom Posters
  • 16 Graphic Organizers
  • 16 Different Writing Prompts
  • Google Classroom-ready PDFs
  • Google Slides format for 1:1 schools

Included Media Review Types:

  • Cellphone
  • Social Media App
  • Theatre Performance
  • Musical
  • Radio Station
  • Magazine
  • Newspaper
  • Subscription Service
  • Book
  • Advertisement
  • TV Show
  • Song
  • App
  • Video Game
  • Commercial
  • Movie

Media Literacy Review Writing – Teacher Feedback:

  1. “All my students were able to engage in these activities.”
  2. “Such a thorough set of lessons! Thank you! So many different options are included, making it perfect for all students. It’s great for both in-class and distance learning. Love it! :-)”
  3. “Opened up students to something they haven’t thought about.”
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  6. “Very useful, and can be completed with different grades.”
  7. “A great addition to my media literacy resources.”
  8. “My grade 7/8’s loved this resource!”

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