Viewing and Representing
Content Standard: The student will use, read, and view media/technology and analyze content and concepts accurately.
Goal Statement: Visual communication is becoming an essential element of today’s rapidly changing technological society, and students must be prepared for the demands they will face in the twenty-first century. Students must learn how to communicate effectively using visual media for specific purposes and audiences. Furthermore, as consumers, they must develop the skills to discern and evaluate the persuasive devices inherent in multimedia and technology. Educators must provide students with the necessary tools to function productively in tomorrow’s world.
3.03 Use and evaluate media in order to disseminate information.
3.04 Evaluate varied media resources and information for accuracy, validity, and reliability.
3.05 Research, interpret, critique, and present information from print and nonprint media.
Interpret a political cartoon
7.4 identify the causes of American involvement in World War (propaganda)
9.4 Recognize the impact of technological and cultural changes on American society
10.6 Explain the influence of modern media
Grades 6-8 Environmental and Community Health Framework
9-12 Lifelong Wellness
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