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Responding to Media
5.14 Students interpret and evaluate a variety of types of media, including audio, graphic images, film, TV, video, and online resources.
This is evident when students:
5.15 Literature and Media: Design and Production
Pre K-4 b.
Understand the relationships among generalization, categorization, bias and other stereotyping, and their uses in the presentation and analysis of evidence and data.
5-8 identify and distinguish among the uses and forms (official and unofficial) of propaganda
Personal Development/Informed Decisions
PreK-4 a. Seek information and base decisions on evidence from reliable sources, including prior experience, trying things out, peers, adults, and print and non-print resources
Grades 5-6 Demonstrating the use of positive media strategies including marketing to promote healthy choices
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