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by Ron DeBoer
The first in Ron DeBoer's Lightbringer trilogy of novels that explores different areas of media. Aimed at students in the grades 6-10 grad-level,this highly imaginative novel follows the adventures of a brother and sister who travel into a world of television. Returning Light to the Wind comes with a teacher guide of activities pertaining to the book as well as for planning a unit in television analysis.
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by Ron DeBoer
The sequel to Ron Deboer's Returning Light to the Wind follows the adventures of the Lewis family into a world of newspapers. Using a World War II backdrop--the villain who is buying up the world's newspapers is portayed as Adolph Hitler--Racing Through the Times is an excellent resource while studying history and propoganda, newspapers, and the dangers of corporate ownership and media influence. This book (172 Pages) also comes with a teacher guide with chapter questions and newspaper facts and activities.
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by Sue Lockwood Summers
This resource book offers 200 activities to create media-savvy kids. The 50 learning units in this best selling book offer ready-to-use activities for four age groups from elementary through high school. MediaAlert also includes insightful questions, challenging projects and engaging discussion topics (54 pages, 1997).