Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening, Viewing
VIEWING- “Critical viewing skills will provide the student with the ability to distinguish between fact and fiction in all forms of visual materials, to understand the differences between electronic and print media, and to enrich their language skills. The broad goal of viewing instruction is to assist students to become thoughtful and reflective comprehenders and producers of poetic, narrative, expository, and persuasive visual text found in film, television, computers and other media such as magazines and advertising.”
Research some of the issues currently facing the local and/or state government Sample Assessment Methods:
Evaluate the reliability of information
3. Using video technology to develop a one minute commercial comparing and contrasting the fat content of two foods using their product labels.
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