Link to 2010 Standards
Communication: Listening, Speaking, and Media Literacy
a) Compare and contrast auditory, visual, and written media messages.
b) Identify the characteristics and effectiveness of a variety of media messages.
c) Craft and publish audience-specific media messages.
a) Identify persuasive/informative techniques used in nonprint media including television, radio, video, and Internet.
b) Distinguish between fact, opinion, evidence, and inference.
c) Describe how word choice and visual images conveys a viewpoint.
d) Compare and contrast the techniques in auditory, visual, and written media messages.
e) Craft and publish audience-specific media messages.
Grade 5-6 The student will develop skills for historical analysis, including the ability to:
-identify, analyze, and interpret primary sources (artifacts, diaries, letters, photographs, arts, documents, and newspapers) and contemporary media
-evaluating accuracy of campaign advertising; and distinguishing between reporting, analysis, and editorializing in the media, and recognition of bias
-the impact of the media on public opinion and policymakers
Identifying, analyzing, and interpreting primary and secondary sources and artifacts
-validating sources as to their authenticity, authority, credibility and possible bias
The influence of multiple media resources on personal choices
(added June 2006)
Copyright 2000 Frank W. Baker