- Learn the “What? When? How Much?” framework for describing their media choices.
- Use this framework and their emotional responses to evaluate how healthy different types of media choices are.
- Begin to develop their own definition of a healthy media balance.
Key Vocabulary: media, media balance, media choices
media: all of the ways that large groups of people get and share information (TV, books, internet, newspapers, phones, etc.)
media balance: using media in a way that feels healthy and in balance with other life activities (family, friends, school, hobbies, etc.)
media choices: time spent watching, listening to, reading, or creating media
Media Choice : think about how this media choice would make you feel, if it were a choice you had made.
Source : My Media Choices presentation
My Media Balance Video
Task : Make a your own chart to track the media choices that you make. See this example.
Use pen and paper, or make your own on Microsoft Word (Create a Table)
If you are attending the live sessions, you will be asked to tell me how you did.
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