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  1. Media Fact and Opinion Bias and Propaganda Slide Show By Vicky G. Mather

  2. SL.6.2. • Interpret information presented in diverse media and formats (e. g., visually, quantitatively, orally) and explain how it contributes to a topic, text, or issue under stud RI.6.7. • Integrate information presented in different media or formats (e.g., visually, quantitatively) as well as in words to develop a coherent understanding of a topic or issue. •  Utilize different media to generate a greater understanding of topic. Common Core Standard

  3. Pretest 1.What is the definition/example of media? 2.What is the definition /example of fact? 3.What is the definition/example of opinion? 4. What is the definition/example of bias? 5. What is the definition/example of propaganda? 6. Name 3 types of propaganda. 7. Name 5 things found of the cover page of the newspaper. 8. Name 3 sections of the Newspaper. 9. T F Most media is outdated and becoming obsolete. 10. What are the 5 W’s?

  4. Media Defined

  5. What types of Media do you use?

  6. Why is it important?

  7. You are using it every day! Don’t you think its time you learned how it works?

  8. Have you ever really looked at your media!

  9. You need two index cards. • In Green write True • In Red Write False • Write it BIG False True • 2. I am going to share some statements, from different media, with you. Please raise your card indicating whether you think the statement is True or False.

  10. ? • Preston Jr. High is located in Preston, Idaho. ? ? TrueFalse ? ? ?

  11. ? • The Denver Broncos team is considered the greatest NFL team of all time. ? ? TrueFalse ? ? ?

  12. ? • Martin Luther King, Jr. had the greatest impact on the Civil Rights movement in America. ? ? TrueFalse ? ? ?

  13. ? • Martin Luther King, Jr. should be a hero to everyone. ? ? TrueFalse ? ? ?

  14. ? • Martin Luther King’s speech “I Have A Dream” was the greatest speech he ever gave. ? ? TrueFalse ? ? ?

  15. ? • Martin Luther King, Jr. was born on January 15, 1929. ? ? TrueFalse ? ? ?

  16. ? One Direction is a pop music group containing five boy members. ? ? TrueFalse ? ? ?

  17. ? They signed with Simon Cowell’s record label Syco Records after finishing third in The X-Factors singing competition. ? ? TrueFalse ? ? ?

  18. ? • Zayn Malik is the most attractive member of the One Direction group. ? ? TrueFalse ? ? ?

  19. ? • Justin Bieber is more successful than One Direction. ? ? TrueFalse ? ? ?

  20. ? • Soccer is known in other parts of the world as ‘futbol’. ? ? TrueFalse ? ? ?

  21. ? • Out of 34 countries assessed, U.S. ranked 14th in reading, 17th in science, 25th in math ? ? TrueFalse ? ? ?

  22. Flip your two index cards over. • In blue write Fact • In purplewrite Opinion • Write it BIG 2. I am going to share some statements, from different media, with you. Please raise your card indicating whether you think the statement is Factor Opinion.

  23. Day 2 True or FalseFact or Opinion

  24. SL.CCR.1. • Prepare for and participate effectively in a range of conversations and collaborations with diverse partners, building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly and persuasively. Brainstorm list of possible topics.  Identify an appropriate topic.  Select main idea and supporting  Create an organizational format to create a focused presentation (outline, note cards, graphic organizers, etc.).  Identify and illustrate the author’s technique (persuasive, entertaining, etc.). Common Core Standards

  25. Remember • Media Text structure • Compare and • Contrast; General to Specific; Alternating facts and opinions.

  26. Fact and Opinion True and False Compare and Contrast

  27. Fact – something that actually exists; reality; truth Opinion - a personal view, or attitude Fact and Opinion True and False • True - exact, accurate, factual, genuine, or real. • False – Not correct, mistaken, mistake Defined

  28. Fact vs Opinion

  29. Opinion

  30. Check out the personal pronouns… Opinions are your personal feelings about something.

  31. Opinions are associated with emotion. How do you Feel about it?

  32. "This has to be the most exciting game of football that I've seen so far. David Beckham is easily the best player on the pitch. He has scored five goals so far this season. I think he'll score a lot more!" *_________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________* *____________ _________________________________* *__________ _________________* Example…What is it mostly? Opinion

  33. Exactly what happened… It can be checked and proven Fact opinion Bias Propaganda

  34. Every man has a right to be wrong in his opinions. No man has a right to be wrong in his facts. Fact

  35. Fact

  36. *________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________* • David Robert Joseph Beckham, is an English footballer who currently plays for French League. He was born May 2, 1975. His current salary is 3.4 million USD (2013). He is married to former Spice Girl, Victoria Beckham. His four children are Harper, Brooklyn, Romeo, and Cruz. Example…What is it mostly? Fact

  37. Just the Facts Please Detective Joe Friday (Jack Webb) in the 50s NBC-TV classic police series Dragnet never said, "Just the facts, ma'am", although there were variations, such as: "All we want (or know) are the facts, ma'am."). Dragnet: facts.wav http://www.moviewavs.com/php/sounds/?media=MP3S&type=Movies&movie=Dragnet&quote=facts.txt&file=facts.mp3

  38. Who, What, When, Where, Why Important Information Inverted Pyramid News Writing Other Details Lesser Details

  39. The 5 W’s of reporting…Plus an H HOW?

  40. Lead paragraph should tell who it is about. Who ?

  41. What happened? What?

  42. When did it happen? When?

  43. Where did it happen? Where?

  44. Why did it happen? Why?

  45. How did it happen? This is usually the rest of the article. Important details provide the supporting paragraphs to finish the article How?

  46. Turn to a neighbor and together create a lead paragraph that you can share with the class using the 5 W’s Where When What Who Lead Paragraph Why How

  47. 1st Man shopping – Mr. Chandler 2nd Man Idiot Criminal –Joey 1st Cashier –Rachael 2nd Cashier - Monica Let’s do #13… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ff7D4Xvvr6Y

  48. Day 3 Fact and Opinion