Curricular Standards for Listening/View/Speaking
Standard 1 Reading
Standard: Communicators effectively use and create media products for a variety of audiences, purposes, occasions, and contexts.
Benchmark 1: The effective communicator is knowledgeable about various methods that can be used to create spoken and visual products.
Benchmark 2: The effective communicator is creates single media and multimedia products.
Benchmark 3. The effective communicator uses appropriate content for purpose, audience, occasion, and content.
Evaluates how WWII influenced the homefront (i.e. role of women, government, minorities, popular media, conscientious objectors)
Explains the US involvement in the Vietnam War from a variety of perspectives (e. g. social, political, economic, military, media subculture)
May 2007 update
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