Media literacy is the process of asking questions about what you watch, see, listen to and read.
Visualizing the Trump Presidency
By now, we've had nearly four years --and thousands of images --representing the Trump presidency. Join us to explore the amazing archive of mazazine covers developed by media literacy guru Frank Baker. We'll be demonstrating how to use these images to address the Trump presidency while building knowledge and vocabulary of media literacy concepts in a fully-online classroom. See how collaborative use of the Google Jamboard can help students develop critical thinking skills in responding to visual media of all kinds.
DATE: Monday, October 19
DATE: 7 pm EST
PRESENTERS: Frank Baker, Renee Hobbs, and Sarah Clapp
LOCATION: Online. Click here to register.
RESOURCES USED IN THIS SESSION
How has the President been #represented (or #misrepresented) in #magazine covers? Join @reneehobbs and @fbaker Monday for a #medialiteracy & #visualliteracy analysis, deconstruction and conversation. Register now: https://t.co/AQIxeNVsA9 pic.twitter.com/ipsgYpN5Wk— Frank W. Baker (@fbaker) October 18, 2020