Oral & Visual Communication
Recognizing propaganda as an art of persuasion in evaluating content and purpose
Demonstrate listening skills, including identifying the main idea, detail, purpose, and bias in group discussions, public speeches, and media messages.
Identify persuasive strategies in oral and visual presentations.
Examples: transference, bandwagon, snob appeal, expert testimony
Critique visual communication for effectiveness. Examples: films, advertisements
Analyze nonprint media for use of propaganda. Examples: films, television advertisements, speeches
Read and view nonprint and print media critically and selectively.
Apply critical reading and viewing skills to analysis of print and nonprint media. (Propaganda content)
Determine when argument and propaganda are used in written, oral and visual forms.
7. Trace the development and impact of the media on the political process and public opinion in the United States.
Health Literacy GOAL 4
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