Teaching TV Production in a Digital World: Integrating Media Literacy - Teachers/Second Edition

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(Paperback, 212 pages, $25)

Author: Robert F. Kenny, Ph.D. Publisher: Libraries Unlimited
(www.lu.com)

Available in both teacher and student editions, this guide has been updated with the latest advances to provide an exciting alternative approach to teaching first-year TV production to high school students. A combination of class instruction and independent video-action projects based on the concept of thematic mapping helps prepare students for a year-end video competition. The projects borrow knowledge from other subject areas to teach media and visual literacy, broadcast history, video production skills and multimedia animation.

This article originally appeared in the 04/01/2005 issue of THE Journal.

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