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Nadina Carmen Nicolici - Let’s speak media literacy!

  1. 1. Let’s Speak Media Literacy! Nadina C. NICOLICI “Lorin Salagean” Technical High School Drobeta-Turnu-Severin ROMANIA December 11, 2020
  2. 2. Page ▪ 2 What is Media Literacy? 1
  3. 3. Page ▪ 3 Let’s Speak Media Literacy! Go to the link below and write your own definition to Media Literacy https://padlet.com/n_nadina/medialiteracy
  4. 4. Page ▪ 4 Let’s Speak Media Literacy!
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  7. 7. Page ▪ 7 Let’s Speak Media Literacy! Vasily GATOV, Researcher of Russian Media ”If the greatest battle of the 20th century was the battle for freedom of information, against censorship, then the battle of the 21st century will concern the abuse of freedom of information as a weapon by authoritarian rulers and aggressive non-state actors.”
  8. 8. Page ▪ 8 Let’s Speak Media Literacy! How much time do you spend daily interacting with media? Have a look at the handout and fill it in! https://bit.ly/337z359
  9. 9. Page ▪ 9 Let’s Speak Media Literacy! INFORMATION SPACE Kindergarteners are exposed to 70 media messages every day. High schoolers spend 1/3 of their day interacting with media
  10. 10. Page ▪ 10 INFORMATION SPACE Average time spent on social media in lifetime equals 5 years and 4 months Average lifetime spent watching TV is 7 years and 8 months. Let’s Speak Media Literacy!
  11. 11. Page ▪ 11 7 years, 8 months 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Watching TV Social Media Eating / Drinking Grooming Socializing Doing Laundry 5 years, 4 months 3 years, 5 months 1 year, 10 months 1 year, 3 months 6 months Let’s Speak Media Literacy!
  12. 12. Page ▪ 12 Let’s Speak Media Literacy! Claire Wardle, First Draft “We all play a crucial part in this ecosystem. Every time we passively accept information without double- checking, or share a post, image or video before we’ve verified it, we’re adding to the noise and confusion.”
  13. 13. Page ▪ 13 Let’s Speak Media Literacy! WHY?
  14. 14. Page ▪ 14 What do we actually read? 2
  15. 15. Page ▪ 15 Let’s Speak Media Literacy! Relax … Read … Reflect … Write an adjective in the chatbox to express your feelings when you are exposed to the next headlines.
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  21. 21. Page ▪ 21 Let’s Speak Media Literacy! Or … Close your windows, something is poured from above, at 11 pm. A warning was sent. Let know whoever you can.
  22. 22. Page ▪ 22 Let’s Speak Media Literacy!  Was the headline seeking to evoke an emotional response? If so, how?  Was the headline representative of the content of the article?  What due intelligence did I do to verify this information? Check with another source.  Check the biases of the source. THE THREE W’S
  23. 23. Page ▪ 23 1st Step 3
  24. 24. Page ▪ 24 Know the needs of your community Your school community Students and Teachers Let’s Speak Media Literacy!
  25. 25. Page ▪ 25 Let’s Speak Media Literacy!
  26. 26. Page ▪ 26 2nd Step 4
  27. 27. Page ▪ 27 Let’s Speak Media Literacy! Implement a Project Why? ! Little knowledge about Media Literacy ! How this lack affects us ! First initiative of this kind ! Potential for multiplication
  28. 28. Page ▪ 28 Implement a Project Goal: Train students and teachers in school about Media Literacy Let’s Speak Media Literacy!
  29. 29. Page ▪ 29 Implement a Project Specific Goals: ✓ Increase knowledge ✓ Increase skills ✓ Develop creativity ✓ Convey messages Let’s Speak Media Literacy!
  30. 30. Page ▪ 30 Implement a Project Objectives: ✓ 6 sessions for 20 students and 10 teachers ✓ A curriculum unit Let’s Speak Media Literacy!
  31. 31. Page ▪ 31 Implement a Project Activities: ❑ Introduction to Media Literacy ❑ My Media Landscape ❑ Introduction to propaganda, fake news, mis-/dis-information Let’s Speak Media Literacy!
  32. 32. Page ▪ 32 Implement a Project Activities: ❑ Stereotypes ❑ Discussion ❑ Creative writing – for students Let’s Speak Media Literacy!
  33. 33. Page ▪ 33 Implement a Project Activities: ❑ Webquest – for teachers ❑ Text to Video ❑ Presentation Let’s Speak Media Literacy!
  34. 34. Page ▪ 34 Thank you for your attention! What questions do you have? Nadina Carmen NICOLICI n.nadina@gmail.com Nadina C. Nicolici @Nadinne18
  35. 35. Needs Assessment Presenter’s Name: Nadina Carmen NICOLICI, Romania Session: Let’s Speak Media Literacy December 11, 2020 Name of Community Member or Group Problem Interests/Needs Potential Source of information Stakeholder Analysis Where do you get the news from? Are there any reliable sources of information you know? What if the news is fake? Have you ever heard about `media literacy`? Can you define it? Would you like to learn more about media literacy? Would you be willing to do it in a formal way? Students: What are you good at? Parents: Would you be willing to help with the project? How? Primary Students in my school Social media About half of them watch news on TV, mainly sports and weather. Most of them could not indicate them. Most of them could not make the difference between real and fake news The concept was new for all of them and they could not define it. Most of them showed their interest in the topic, and their willingness to do it in a formal way, but they did not how. Their abilities ranged, but most of they stated they are good at using technology, especially apps on mobile devices. Interview (face-to-face) Questionnaire There is a difference between students and their parents. Students tend to have doubts about what they read / watch / listen, and they seem to be able to double check the information. Secondary Students’ parents TV and radio A few people read newspapers and magazines. They could mention some of them, mainly TV and radio stations in our country and region They were sure the news they watch / listen to are real because they were presented on TV Only a few people said they heard about media literacy, and they said is something they can learn in school. Many of them said they would like to learn more, but they do not have time. The parents stated they would like to find out more, they have plenty of experience in different fields, and they would like to help their children by sharing the experience they have, by encouraging and supporting them. Interview (face-to-face) Questionnaire Most parents seem to believe everything they are exposed to, and they contradict those who try to open their eyes.
  36. 36. Where do you get the news from? Are there any reliable sources of information you know? What if the news is fake? Have you ever heard about `media literacy`? Can you define it? Would you like to learn more about media literacy? Would you be willing to do it in a formal way? Could you integrate media literacy in your teaching? How? Would you be willing to help with the project? How? Secondary Teachers in my school They mentioned TV mainly. Some of them listen to the radio or read newspapers. Only a small percentage use social media for news. They could mention most of them. They stated they are able to recognize fake news, though some of them admitted they don’t pay too close attention when they are exposed to news. They tend to believe everything they are presented with. They heard about media literacy, but they admitted they are not able to explain what it is or to give examples. Most teachers said they would like to learn more about this topic as they could be more informed, and at the same time they could integrate the new ideas in their teaching. Our teachers stated they would like to be involved in the project together with their students, as they can learn together and offer help and support. Interview (face-to-face) Group discussion Do you consider that fake news is a problem nowadays? Why? / Why not? Would you agree with a project on media literacy to take place in our school? Would you be willing to help with the project? How? Key School administration Our school administration admitted that there is a problem and students and teachers should be informed about it. They said they are more than happy if such a project took place, as they really consider that both students and teachers should learn more about this. Moreover, they also stated that it could be a good opportunity to involve parents in our school’s life. The school administration offered to help and support all the people involved in the project, and also to offer the necessary space and equipment needed. Interview (face-to-face)
  37. 37. Questions for you to consider Presenter’s Name: Nadina Carmen NICOLICI, Romania Session: Let’s Speak Media Literacy December 11, 2020 o Where do you get the news from? o Are there any reliable sources of information you know? o What if the news is fake? o Have you ever heard about `media literacy`? Can you define it? o Do you consider that fake news is a problem nowadays? Why? / Why not?

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