Louisiana Department of Education

Language Arts

Standard 4-students demonstrate competence in speaking and listening as tools for learning and communicating
Standard 5- students locate, select, and synthesize information from a variety of texts, media, references, and technological sources to acquire and communicate knowledge.
Standard 7: students apply reasoning and problem solving skills to reading, writing, speaking, listening, viewing and visually representing.

Foundation Skills #1

Communication: a process by which information is exchanged and a concept of “meaning” is created and shared between individuals through a common system of symbols, signs, or behavior. Students should be able to communicate clearly, fluently, strategically, technologically, critically, and creatively in society and in a variety of workplaces. This process can best be accomplished through the use of the following skills: reading, writing, speaking, listening, viewing and visually representing.

Social Studies

November 2005 update

GLE 39
Evaluate the role of the media and public opinion in American politics.

US History
GLE 25
Analyze the role of the media, political leaders, and intellectuals in raising awareness of social problems among Americans in the US (H-1b-h8)

US History
hh GLE52
Evaluate the effects of mass media on American society ( H-1b-h16)

(added 11/02)

Standard 4
Students will analyze the impact of media, technology, economy, culture and other factors on health through the use of technological resources

Grades 5-8 Benchmarks
Investigate the impact of media (e.g. television, newspapers, billboards, magazines, Internet) on positive and negative health behaviors

assess ways in which various media influence buying decisions (e.g. health products, medicines, food)

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