November 06, 2017
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm PDT
In this “make-with-me” episode, NAMLE’s Jaclyn Siegel and Caitlin Barry will provide examples of media literacy activities that can be implemented in History and English classrooms, grades 6-12. They will cover activities relating to news media, social media, stereotypes in the media, and video production. Viewers will receive lesson activity examples and resources to use in their own classroom!
Guests for this episode include:
- Jaclyn Siegel (host) is the coordinator of the history department at Winston Preparatory School in Manhattan. She earned her master’s in Reading from Teacher’s College, Columbia University and is on the Leadership Council of the National Association for Media Literacy Education.
- Caitlin Barry (host) teaches middle school English at Blue School in Manhattan, is pursuing her Masters in Teaching English from Teachers College, Columbia University and is on the Leadership Council of the National Association for Media Literacy Education.
Resources related to this episode:
- Implementing Media Literacy in Your Classroom
- Jaclyn’s Presentation (Activities 1 & 2)
- Caitlin’s Presentation (Activities 3 & 4)
- Activity 3 Handout: Notetaking Sheet: Latinas in the Media
- Activity 4 Handout: Adobe Spark Video: Analyzing Media Representations
- CML’s 25 Media Literacy Lessons
- Assignment: Media Literacy
- Project Look Sharp
- Media Literacy Clearinghouse
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