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    • Carolyn V

      Create an anchor chart for Media Literacy modes using Arthur's TV Trouble as a foundation. |

    • Belton ISD Curriculum & Instruction

      Media Literacy: The link has information on teaching Media Literacy and pictures/captions for Anchor Chart

    • Arlene Reynolds

      I've been looking for a way that I can create working anchor charts that can be used multiple times with different classes. Since I don't have time to prep multiple copies of the same anchor chart this chart gave me the idea of creating a basic chart and using stick up "additions" so students can help create the chart.

    • Sue Gillespie

      Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog: Media Literacy

    • Allyson Banville

      Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog: September 2012

    • Jessika Gosen

      Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog

    • Jennifer Andermann

      Media literacy lesson ideas

    • Ana B

      Anchor chart

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    Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog: Media Literacy Excellent book to use with Media Literacy lesson

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    Good fit books! Need to make this onto an anchor chart and a movable chart. So I can bring it to the library