Teaching Media in Primary Schools (Hardback)Cary Bazalgette (editor)
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Three dimensions of media education for the 3-11 age range are highlighted : children's own cultural experiences, the development of critical awareness, and opportunities for creative expression. The chapters are written by literacy advisors, leading academics, teacher-trainers and classroom practitioners.
Topics covered include:
- understanding children's relationships with media and how to build on these constructively
- getting to grips with "multimodality"
- developing children's critical skills through watching and analysing moving image media
- broadening children's experiences of different kinds of media and their media literacy
- creative media activities that promote imaginative thinking and decision-making
- the importance of social networking and social media and how to use these in the classroom
In an increasingly digital world, media education is an essential part of good teaching, not just as a tool to teach the more traditional aspects of the curriculum, but in its own right as an essential part of literacy.
This book is relevant to all teachers working in Primary schools, and will be particularly helpful for Literacy Co-ordinators.
Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd
Number of pages: 152
Weight: 409 g
Dimensions: 242 x 170 x 13 mm
http:/www.manifestoformediaeducation.co.uk) but it can help radically reform an education system that just might' -
English Drama Media
'All primary teachers, English managers, advisors and consultants should read this book. Written in short, accessible chapters, it presents clearly the vital role of media studies in 21st century education. Rooted in best practice, a range of practitioner researchers, advisors and experienced media teachers present a compelling case for media education not just as an 'add on' to current literacy teaching, but as an integral part of language and communication in its own right' - English 4-11 Magazine
'Teaching Media in Primary Schools is not just readable and accessible- it's an enjoyable and informative text. This book is timely, expertly written, practical and insightful. I would go as far as to say that if this book is widely read in the sector, then there will no longer be just small pockets of sound practice in primary schools. Rather, this book will contribute to a more cohesive approach to media teaching in primary schools. It is the foremost practical guide in media education of its kind, and I would very much recommend this as essential reading for all primary school teachers and student teachers' -
The Media Education Research Journal
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