Learning is a social process that occurs through interpersonal interaction within a cooperative context. Individuals, working together, construct shared understandings and knowledge.
SNAPS Photo Cards for Media Literacy
SNAPS photo cards are an easy-to-use set of 30 large cardboard cards depicting a variety of different types of television programs.
Finally-- a flexible teaching resource for children! They're fun!
The SNAPS photo cards help young children acquire a vocabulary for talking about what they see on television.
- Explore media literacy issues including target audience, point of view, purpose, violence in the media, advertising and materialism, and the representation of gender and race.
- Use the cards to support reading, writing, speaking and listening skill development.