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Teaching Media Literacy through: Digital Citizenship

Teaching Media Literacy through Contemporary Issues explores the meaning of citizenship generally and how it translates to today's digital world. Students consider how we interact in the digital world, the effect of what we post online and the concept of "digital footprints". They also learn to analyse information they encounter online, with a particular focus on recognising and differentiating between significant features of social media such as fake news, propaganda and satire. As they work through the topics in this resource, students apply what they have learnt to their own media projects.

Ages: 13-15 | Pages: 68 | Code: 51104 | ISBN: 9781776556045

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Dale Sutherland

Dale Sutherland has been a media studies and English teacher. She has a background in film and media, along with a passion for contemporary issues facing young people today. Now living in New Zealand’s Far North, she researches and writes full time.

Contents

Introduction4
Section 1: Behave yourself5
For teachers5
Information file: Good behaviour – requirements and expectations6
Section 2: Digital footprints10
For teachers10
Information file: What goes online, stays online14
Information file: Selfies and other social media images19
Food media23
Section 3: Cyberbullying25
For teachers25
Information file: About cyberbullying27
Information file: Upstanding not bystanding31
Section 4: Digital security33
For teachers33
Information file: Types of online scamming36
Information file: Why people fall for scams38
Information file: Who are the scammers?41
Information file: How to avoid getting scammed or phished42
Section 5: Who owns what?45
For teachers45
Information file: The monkey selfie – a case study46
Information file: About copyright48
Section 6: Fact checking54
For teachers54
Information file: A guide to fact checking55
Information file: Reliable sources60
Section 7: Technology and society63
For teachers63