Visual Messages Integrating Imagery into Instruction by David M. Considine, Gail E. Haley
  

Synopsis

Visual Messages Integrating Imagery into Instruction by David M. Considine, Gail E. Haley

Help your students become less vulnerable to the influence of media on their attitudes and behavior through media education. After defining visual literacy and tracing the history of the movement associated with it, the authors provide effective strategies, activities, and resources that help students learn the critical-viewing skills and media literacy necessary in our media-oriented world. Various media and types of programs are addressed, including motion pictures, television news, and advertising. Activities are coded by grade level and curriculum area.

About the Author

DAVID M. CONSIDINE is Associate Professor and Media Studies Coordinator, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Appalachian State University, Boone, North Carolina. GAIL E. HALEY, an artist and Author in Residence at the same institution, has received both the Caldecott Medal and the Kate Greenaway Medal for her children's books.

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Format

Paperback
371 pages

Author

David M. Considine, Gail E. Haley
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Publisher

Libraries Unlimited Inc an imprint of ABC-CLIO

Publication date

15th April 1999

ISBN

9781563085758


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