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Media Literacy

Media Literacy How much do you really know about media and your students? Take this PBS quiz designed for adults and, when done, click on the link that provides full explanations of each answer. Then, using your browser's 'back' button, return to the "test" page and find the very bottom link.
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Media Literacy


How much do you really know about media and your students? Take this PBS quiz designed for adults and, when done, click on the link that provides full explanations of each answer. Then, using your browser's 'back' button, return to the "test" page and find the very bottom link. Clicking that will bring up a page of exciting ideas for incorporating media literacy into your classroom.

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