Teaching students to read visual media

01/14/2013

Today's students need to be able to "read" and interpret the language of film and other visual media, says education consultant Frank W. Baker. In the second of two MiddleWeb guest articles on the topic, Baker describes how he uses the Disney film "Wall-E" and other movies to help middle-grades students sharpen their visual literacy skills and meet two key common core standards in English Language Arts. Read more.

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