We're going to analyze the wide range of public service propaganda that's being designed to get everyone to make the decision to wear a mask and get the jab! Join Frank Baker and Renee Hobbs to learn instructional strategies that you can use to support your students' media lilteracy competencies in understanding, analyzing and creating the many different forms of beneficial propaganda we call "public service announcements."
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