[library-media] Fwd: Summer Workshop at USU

Rick Cline RCLINE@media.utah.edu
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See forwarded e-mail for details!

- Rick

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Subject: Summer Workshop at USU
Date: Wed, 5 May 2004 09:09:28 -0600
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Rick,
JaDene Denniston suggested that I send the attached flyer to you with the
request that you send it out to educators on your mailing list.  Is this
possible?

Thank you!
Linda Bettinger

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TV is a huge part of our lives! Children spend close to 30 hours a week =
watching TV. How much do you watch? It is important to know how to =
analyze what we are watching. We are bombarded with messages about what =
to buy, what to wear, what to look like, and
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how to act. We must think critically about these messages in order to =
make wise choices. In this session, we will examine the conflict between =
traditional values and values promoted in the media. We will discuss =
materials and approaches you can use to lea
r
n and to teach about messages in advertising; consequences of viewing a =
lot of media violence; the hazards of accepting media stereotypes as =
true to life; and the effects of media messages on body image and =
self-esteem. In this workshop we will analyze vi
deos, ads, documentaries, movie clips, etc. We will do hands-on =
activities and projects. Guaranteed to be fast-paced, thought provoking, =
highly relevant and, at times, disconcerting.
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teacher at Greenville Eleme
ntary School in North Logan, Utah. She has taught media literacy in some =
form since 1972, and has taught it with more emphasis and in more depth =
since 1992. She has done workshops for national organizations and has =
taught university workshops for seven y
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