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VISUAL AND MEDIA LITERACY-- SELECTED RESOURCES

Keeley Library   Revised 9/2/2000
See Also:
  • Using Video in Class
  • Film Techniques
  • Advertising Techniques
  • BACKGROUND

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    SELECTED BOOKS
    TV Director/Interpreter 791.450233
    Understanding Movies 791.43G433
    Film in the Classroom, Why Use It, How to Use It
    Chapter 2, Unit II   Film Language pp 37-50
    791.4307 A496 1971
    Primer of Visual Literacy 302.222 D679
    Book of Signs 302.2223 1955
    Television  Identifying Propaganda Techniques 302.2345 085 1990
    With Words Unspoken, the Non-Verbal Experience 153.69 R813

    MEDIA KITS FROM THE CENTER FOR MEDIA LITERACY

    Citizenship in a Media Age: Building the Common Good-   Media Literacy Workshop Kit 320.014 C581 1992
    News for the 90's: How to Analyze the News Media.- MEdia Literacy Workshop Kit. 070.1 N558 1994
    Living in the Image Culture; an Introductory Primer for Media Literacy Education-Media Literacy Workshop Kit 302.23 L785
    Break the Lies that Bind: Sexism in the Media -Media Literacy Workshop Kit 305.3 B828 1994
    Media and Violence Part One: Making the Connections.  302.23M489 1993
    Media and Violence Part Two: Searching for Solutions 302.23M489 1993

    VIDEOREDCORDINGS

    Creating Critical TV Viewers Anatomy of a Newscast 
        plus teaching guide: Creating Critical Viewers: a Partnership between Schools and Television Professionals 
    302.2345 C9132

    302.2345 C9132
     

    Tuning into Media:Literacy for the Information Age . 303.23 /t926 1994
    What Makes News? A Video Component for Global Questions:Exploring World Media Issues. 070.1 W555 1993
    ERIC Document: ED 289 796   O'Reilly, Kevin and Splaine,John. Critical Viewing: Stimulant to Critical Thinking 1987  Critical Thinking Press, 775 Bay Road, South Hamilton, MA 01982   106 pages.
    Teacher's Guide: SO 018 719

    PERIODICALS AND NEWS ARTICLES ONLINE

    SIRS NEWSPAPER AND PERIODICAL REPRINTS: INFOTRAC  WEB ONLINE PERIODICALS DATABASE ELECTRIC LIBRARY
     As members of SAILS, Durfee  students and teachers can access SIRS, INFOTRAC AND ELECTRIC LIBRARY, both  from library workstations, and from home. From home or a school lab computer, go to SAILS  Databases. You will need your library barcode when dialing from a home computer or a lab.

    SELECTED INTERNET RESOURCES

    Six Questions to Ask About All Messages Children Watching TV: The Role of Advertisers 
    Political Advertising Lesson Plan Mental Engineering-Deconstructing TV Commericals
    AdAge -- The Advertising Century Media Literacy, Television, Video and Film Resources
    Mission critical  (logic) Affluenza Teacher' Guide 
    Kids and Advertising CreatAbiliTOYS!--The Museum of Advertising Icons
    Children and the Media Center for Media Literacy: Links to Other Media Literacy Sites Online
    Advertising: Political Advertising Advertising: Gender Issues
    Ad-Watcher's Toolkit AdBuster's Spoof Ads
     
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    Jane Constant, Reference Librarian
    Keeley Library, B.M.C.Durfee High School of Fall River
    September, 1978  to  June, 2001