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ERIC Identifier: ED Publication Date: Author: Aiex, Nola Kortner Source: ERIC Clearinghouse on Reading English and Communication Bloomington IN. Mass Media Use in the Classroom. ERIC Digest D In its 75th anniversary issue (November-December ) the education journal "Clearing House" reprinted an article originally published in Entitled "Educating the . The use of media sources help connect learners with events that are culturally relevant. As a result, a positive consequence of utilizing media is that instructors must keep their materials and examples up-to-date. News stories can be used to connect theories taught in . Hence, the mass media is very important for class room teaching as a part of the process of instruction. The sole objective is to improve the teaching- learning process with the use of various media. Therefore, the main purpose of mass-media in education is to benefit more students with fewer teachers or to obtain quality education. This book not only offers a wonderful one chapter summary of the American legal system but also a great overview of Media law in terms that don't require a law degree to understand. I wouldn't encourage reading this outside of a classroom setting but if you are reading it for a class it can really help to supplement the ideas of the by:
Mass media worksheets High Quality ESL Lesson Plans - Free Samples - $26 Membership Be a better teacher! Hundreds of PDF lesson plans. Grammar, reading, vocabulary, speaking. All with comprehensive Teacher Notes included. Zero preparation time required. Listening lesson plans with mp3 files also available. National Society for the Study of Education. Committee on Mass Media and Education. Mass media and education. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Nelson B Henry; National Society for the Study of Education. Committee on Mass Media and Education. The primary audience for this book starts with students in Journalism Infomania, a course we teach at the University of Kansas. When they take this class, these students usually are in their second or third semesters in the William Allen White School of Journalism and Mass Communications. Received 22 February , accepted 19 March , published 30 March Volume 2 Number 1, TEACHING ENGLISH THROUGH MASS MEDIA Vilma Tafani Abstract: This article aims at analyzing the importance of using Mass Media in the classroom and finding the ways how to use Printed and Audio-visual Size: KB.
The Role of Mass Media in Education The study of societies would not be complete without realizing the significant contributions that the mass media have over the people that comprise these societies. If anything, the mass media is often regarded as an important contributor to social and political life for the very reason that it is capable of relaying information regardless. Mass Media Studies Bundled Lesson Plans and Prezis for eight media – books, newspapers, magazines, radio, sound recording, television, movies and the Internet – and an introductory topic that gives students a historical perspective on how the media developed. The end of chapter summaries, takeaways, exercises and critical thinking questions are outstanding and would serve any instructor well in designing a course with relevant activities tied directly to the text, while also pointing to other sources in contemporary mass media. The book is an invaluable resource that deserves the attention of a 4/5(21). "Bold on all fronts, Pop Culture Freaks is an unwincing examination of power in our mass media. Drawing on clear data, well-placed examples, and sophisticated theory, it offers a compelling critique, even for those inclined to draw less damning conclusions/5(9).