Author:
The Rockefeller Archive Center
Subject:
Information Science, Elementary Education, English Language Arts, Speaking and Listening, History, Gender and Sexuality Studies
Material Type:
Activity/Lab, Homework/Assignment, Lesson, Lesson Plan, Module, Primary Source, Teaching/Learning Strategy
Level:
Upper Primary, Middle School
Tags:
  • archival education
  • archival-education
  • audiovisual
  • media literacy
  • media-literacy
  • primary source
  • primary-source
  • License:
    Creative Commons Attribution
    Language:
    English

    Media Literacy: Voter Education

    Media Literacy: Voter Education

    Overview

    This series of videos is part of the RAC’s educational programming. These videos include audiovisual primary sources, and are designed to be part of a media literacy curriculum.

    The clips of audiovisual documents serve as primary sources that can be viewed, analyzed, and discussed in a classroom setting to help students build media literacy skills.

    Voter Education Media Literacy Series

    The clips of audiovisual documents serve as primary sources that can be viewed, analyzed, and discussed in a classroom setting to help students build media literacy skills.

    1984 Campaign Spots: The Women’s Vote Project (1984) - AV 10569
    The Ford Foundation records, Audiovisual materials, FA750
    Series II: Ford Foundation Videotapes

    Untitled Section

    CITATION INFORMATION 1984 Campaign Spots: The Women’s Vote Project (1984) AV 10569 The Ford Foundation records, Audiovisual materials, FA750 Series II: Ford Foundation Videotapes

    FRAMING OF CLIPS AND QUESTIONS The clips of audiovisual documents serve as primary sources that can be viewed, analyzed, and discussed in a classroom setting to help students build media literacy skills. Preferably, the clip should be viewed three times in order to create a more scaffolded exercise.

    The first viewing will be shown without guiding questions or discussion.

    The second viewing will have follow up questions relating to what the students are noticing and learning from the clip, which they can share with a classmate.

    Finally, the third viewing will be followed with more critical questions that can be discussed in a whole group manner.