Flashcards in typology of media literacy Deck (27):
Focusing on searching for surprises and new emotional, moral , and aesthetics reactions
Understanding how to connect plot elements
-by time sequencing
Sharpering differences between likes and dislikes for shows, characters and actions
Ability to construct a summary judgement about the overall strengths and weaknesses of a message
Recognizing shapes, form , size, color, movement
Taking moral stand that certain messages are more constructive foe society than others ; this is a multidimensional perspective based on thorough analyses of the media landscape
Orienting to visual and audio media
Accepting messages on their own terms, then evaluating them within that sphere
Learning the meaning of facial expressions and natural sounds
Making fun of certain characters even though those characters are not presented as foils in their shows
Ability to make subtle comparison and contrast among many different message elements simultaneously
Recognizing certain characters in visual media and follow their movement.
Strongly motivated to seek out information on certain topics
Recognizing that there some actions an individual can take to make constructive impact on society
Learning that there are human beings and other physical things apart from ones self : these things look different and serve different functions.
Has high awareness of utility of information and quick facility in processing informant judge to be useful
Provided by Potter(2011)
Can help individual to assess the stage their stage as a media and information literate individual.
Typology of media literacy
Being able to reproduce speech sounds
Recognizing rudimentary concept of time-regular patterns
Making emotional behavior responses to music and sounds
discounting claims made in ads
Developing understanding of differences between:
-Fiction vs. Non Fiction
-Ads vs. Entertainment
-Real vs. make –believe
Seeking out different forms of content and narratives
Recognizing speech sounds and attach meaning to them.
Developing a detailed set of information on particular topics(sports, politics, etc)
Recognizing that ones own individual decisions affect society-no matter how minutely