Reading & Language Arts Standards
The student will:
LA.126.96.36.199 – demonstrate the ability to select and ethically use print and nonprint media appropriate for the purpose, occasion, and audience to develop into a formal presentation; and
LA.188.8.131.52 – distinguish between propaganda and ethical reasoning strategies in print and nonprint media.
Link to 2006 draft of proposed standards:
1. determines main concept, supporting details in order to analyze and evaluate nonprint media messages
2. understands factors that influence the effectiveness of nonverbal cues used in nonprint media, such as the viewer’s past experiences, and the context in which the cues are presented.
4. understands how the multiple media tools of graphics, pictures, color, motion, and music can enhance communication in television, film, radio and advertising
6. understands specific ways that mass media can potentially enhance or manipulate information
Government & The Citizen (Civics and Government)
Standard 1 The student
4. understands the role of special interest groups, political parties, the media, public opinion and majority/minority conflicts on the development of public policy and the political process
Responsible Health Behavior Benchmarks
Standard 2: the student analyzes the influence of culture, media, technology and other factors on health
1. Knows how messages from media and other sources influence health behavior.
Copyright 2000 Frank W. Baker