Lecture_1_Takeout_Slides

Lecture_1_Takeout_Slides - SCHDGI -.'_':f J-EHJ rn-a ism *...

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Unformatted text preview: SCHDGI -.'_':f J-EHJ rn-a ism * N 1::w5- Lima—a C'Ea" News Literacy 1-1- 7) How Do ‘3, -~ V \ You Know / 're Getti n g the Trut h From the News Media? JRN 1013 and JRN 103G News Literacy is the ability to use critical thinking skills to judge the reliability and \l___ as whether they come via print, television or the Internet. dibility of news reports, \\ a {a What Is News Literacy nd Wh Does It Matter? x y School of Jon rnaliem * films-'5 Litc racy" Our Goals - Learn how to distinguish between legitimate news and other kinds of information - Learn how to judge the reliability and credibility of news reports - Understand the mission of the press / kl '. s\ "'--..=U-nde\stand how news decisions are made '- \g-fiearn how to be a smart news consumer in the Internet Age and not be manipulated and deceived - Understand the responsibilities of a news consumer School of Jon rna ism ' M 1::w5 Liter-a L‘s-g; “The Media” vs. “The News Media” The Media: Enoompasses the universe of entertainment and information, and distributed in any format. ' "The News Media: A subset of the media that delivers news. STEM-W ERD'DH UNIVERSITY The Gutenberg Bible “an ~4- seees u n I u E as” -r Sch cit-3| {if .Jgu rnalisrn 4- Nl:!'l."l."5 Litt::r.-_1c'-,.-' ' Hut-n. Limits“,- "1...; I.'I..'h-.,.- |['-_. |I1r;;u_|r[.'tn|_" Young People and News REUTERSfi? TueJul lim- ILS. teenagers have little interest in news: studjir BI. 5M9: lint-1|: III!- L11 HEJHT-lilfitlrul m:- -‘|1.':: sad In FmflAL wfi “min. waI p-clin'n are Israel's tamed Ir- .Ameliru: fild‘fltifl inure-P: "MR Help“ mar: menu-.11- azmtdml 10 a H Irrud Ihm hard new: menu llkf Et‘fifllflkfiil: Uni'uwu'rg: nudr :eluud on Tundn' '- n": or dne‘lonnmr: in In: '11 hulk Iii-11:11“ an yuan—.1 a! El“: p13. hnle mama to- Eula. n-.--1. 01“ run". 1mg"; mn- p11 “War and politics are larger ignered by American teenagers, according to a Harvard University study released on Tuesday, which found that (it) percent of them pay little attention to daily,r news.” nan anon»: IJNH-I Ens-W Sch on! {if .JtJu rnaliam * NEWS Literacy "Nu-m Lilrrrn-air' and Why- It's II'r'rpithiI-ni” - Young Adult: 13 - 30 years - Older Adult:3fl+ D: D G"- C: M D D 3" '5 D In 3 m z a: E a 'Ifl E U fi 40 .: 3 a: 1:: m H C u u h a: n. Mawspaper's Haws Pages National W Haws Lntat W New Internet-ha sad Maw: YourAssignment 1) You are about to enter the Twilight Zone... For 48 Hours... No News... No Sports Scores... 4‘ No Weather. .. ...Even From Friends or Family. Summarize YourReaotion in 250 Words. Your blackout begins 12:01 AM Friday morning. Due at next lecture. YourAssignment, Readings: Read: Near Crash Story in your Virtual Course Reader Read also: The Pew Survey in your Wrtual Course Reader (not the version in your textbook) And find out who is right about the tire pressure debate at Factoheokorg Be prepared to discuss in your next recitation. ...
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