Distinguish between fact, opinion and fantasy in print and non-print media (e.g., literature, electronic media, advertising, propaganda)
Added July 2006:
The student will interpret, evaluate and compose visual messages
The student will interpret and evaluate various ways visual image-makers including graphic artists, illustrators, and news photographers represent meaning.
B. Interpret various pictorial sources of information such as maps, graphs, charts, globes, pictures and cartoons
VI. Use the skills of critical thinking necessary for analysis of governmental concepts.
A. make a distinction among propaganda, fact and opinion; identify cause and effect relationships, and draw conclusions
B. Interpret and analyze political cartoons, graphs and charts
C. State the reasons for eating a variety of healthy foods and the factors (e.g. newspapers, magazines, TV, radio) that influence personal food choices
C. Describe how to become a health-conscious person regarding advertising and choice of consumer products
Grade 4, 9-12
K. Identify the impact of media messages