What Is Media Literacy and How Do We Practice It Using Pulitzer Center Reporting?

Posted by Pulitzer Center on November 3, 2020

Happy Media Literacy Week, educators! To celebrate, our friends at the National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE) are highlighting five components of media literacy education: Access, Analyze, Evaluate, Create, and Act.

In this lesson, students will apply media literacy skills to global news stories, and then will take action to encourage the spread of reliable information and urgent under-reported stories.

Want your students to learn how journalists check their facts and tell accurate, ethical stories from an award-winning professional? Email us to schedule a virtual journalist visit!

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