Outcome Chart - Manitoba - English Language Arts 10

This outcome chart contains media-related learning outcomes from the Manitoba, Senior 2 (Grade 10) English Language Arts curriculum, with links to supporting resources on the MediaSmarts site.

It is expected that students will:

Listen, speak, read, write, view, and represent to explore thoughts, ideas, feelings, and experiences

Discover and Explore

  • Explore a variety of texts and genres by particular writers, artists, storytellers, and filmmakers outside areas of personal preferences

Clarify and Extend

  • Ask discriminating questions and experiment to interpret, evaluate, and reflect on ideas and information; construct hypotheses to explain ambiguities observable in the world

Lessons

Challenging Hate Online

The Price of Happiness: On Advertising, Image, and Self Esteem

Crime Perceptions Quiz

Free Speech and the Internet

Hate 2.0

Hate or Debate?

Perceptions of Youth and Crime

Marketing to Teens: Gotta Have It! Designer & Brand Names

The Function of Music

You Be the Editor

Who Knows? Your Privacy in the Information Age

Crime in the News

Create a Youth Consumer Magazine

Magazine Production

Thinking Like a Tobacco Company: Grades 7-9

Gender Messages in Alcohol Advertising

Alcohol on the Web

Don’t Drink and Drive: Assessing the Effectiveness of Anti-Drinking Campaigns

Truth or Money

Gender and Tobacco

News Journalism Across the Media: Introduction

Definitions and Comments about the News

The Newspaper Front Page

Radio News

News Journalism Across the Media: Summative Activities

Online Propaganda and the Proliferation of Hate

Scapegoating and Othering

Suffragettes and Iron Ladies

Thinking About Hate

Listen, speak, read, write, view, and represent to comprehend and respond personally and critically to oral, print, and other media texts

Use Strategies and Cues

  • Use textual cues [such as the structures of prose, poetry, plays, and media texts…], prominent organizational patterns [such as logic, comparison and contrast, problem and solution…] within texts, and stylistic techniques [such as flashbacks, foreshadowing…] to confirm meaning and interpret texts

Respond to Texts

  • Experience texts from a variety of genres [such as documentaries, human interest stories, forums, musicals, science fiction…] and cultural traditions; revise interpretations following discussion and review
  • Compare the portrayals of people, events, and perspectives of Canadian and international writers, artists, storytellers, and filmmakers
  • Examine how word choice in oral, literary, and media texts alters and enhances mood or meaning and affects audience

Understand Forms and Techniques

  • Describe various genres of oral, literary, and media texts and identify their strengths and limitations
  • Describe how plot, character, and setting contribute to an overall theme, and recognize the effectiveness of oral, verbal, and visual techniques
  • Analyse ways in which creative uses of language influence thought, emotion, and meaning; identify how symbols are used to represent abstract ideas

Create Original Text [such as video scripts, debates, editorials, audio tapes with voice and music, speeches, readers’ theatre, formal essays, letters, advertisements…] to

  • communicate and demonstrate understanding of forms and meanings

Lessons

Bias

Camera Shots

Challenging Hate Online

Cinema Cops

Comparing Crime Dramas

Crime in the News

Crime Perceptions Quiz

Defining Pop Culture

Free Speech and the Internet

Hate 2.0

Hate or Debate?

Hoax? Scholarly Research? Personal Opinion? You Decide!

Hype!

Images of Learning: Secondary

Individuality vs. Conformity

Kellogg Special K Ads

Marketing to Teens: Introduction

Marketing to Teens: Marketing Tactics

Marketing to Teens: Talking Back

Marketing to Teens: Parody Ads

Marketing to Teens: Alternate Ads

Marketing to Teens: Gender Roles in Advertising

Marketing to Teens: Gotta Have It! Designer & Brand Names

The Front Page

Bias in the News

Fact Versus Opinion

Alcohol on the Web

Don’t Drink and Drive: Assessing the Effectiveness of Anti-Drinking Campaigns

News Journalism Across the Media: Introduction

Definitions and Comments about the News

The Newspaper Front Page

Radio News

News Journalism Across the Media: Summative Activities

Online Propaganda and the Proliferation of Hate

Perceptions of Youth and Crime

Popular Music and Music Videos

Political Cartoons

The Price of Happiness: On Advertising, Image, and Self Esteem

The Privacy Dilemma

Scapegoating and Othering

Scripting a Crime Drama

Suffragettes and Iron Ladies

Television Broadcast Ratings

The Function of Music

Thinking About Hate

Viewing a Crime Drama

Violence on Film: The Ratings Game

Who Knows? Your Privacy in the Information Age

You Be the Editor

Student Tutorial (Licensed Resource)

MyWorld: A digital literacy tutorial for secondary students

Listen, speak, read, write, view, and represent to manage ideas and information

Select and Process

  • Identify a range of diverse and specialized information sources [such as magazines, documentaries, hobby or sports materials, multimedia resources?] to satisfy inquiry or research needs
  • Evaluate the reliability and credibility of a variety of information sources and perspectives for a particular inquiry or research plan
  • Identify and analyze a variety of factors [such as distinctions between fact, emotion, and opinion; distinctions between content and its presentation - colour, angle, movement, framing, and sequencing; the speaker?s or author?s purpose and intention?] that affect meaning; use effective listening, reading and viewing techniques

Lessons

Challenging Hate Online

Deconstructing Web Pages

ICYouSee: A Lesson in Critical Thinking

Hate 2.0

Hoax? Scholarly Research? Personal Opinion? You Decide!

Selling Tobacco

Perceptions of Youth and Crime

Bias in the News

Fact Versus Opinion

Alcohol on the Web

Don’t Drink and Drive: Assessing the Effectiveness of Anti-Drinking Campaigns

The Privacy Dilemma

Thinking About Hate

Tip Sheet

How to Search the Internet Effectively

Student Tutorial (Licensed Resource)

MyWorld: A digital literacy tutorial for secondary students

Listen, speak, read, write, view and represent to enhance the clarity and artistry of communication

Generate and Focus

  • Experiment with more than one organizational structure for a chosen form of own oral, written, and visual texts

Lessons

Challenging Hate Online

Create a Youth Consumer Magazine

Free Speech and the Internet

Hate 2.0

Magazine Production

Scripting a Crime Drama

Television Broadcast Ratings

Images of Learning: Secondary

Marketing to Teens: Marketing Tactics

Marketing to Teens: Talking Back

Marketing to Teens: Parody Ads

Marketing to Teens: Gotta Have It! Designer & Brand Names

Online Propaganda and the Proliferation of Hate

Popular Music and Music Videos

Radio News

News Journalism Across the Media: Summative Activities

Thinking About Hate

Video Production of a Newscast

Listen, speak, read, write, view and represent to celebrate and build community

Develop and Celebrate Community

  • Recognize and act upon the importance of respecting evidence, truth, and the views of others when discussing, describing, or recording experiences
  • Recognize and discuss ways in which oral, literary, and media texts reflect cultural and attitudinal influences
  • Analyze the role of language and oral, literary, and media texts in revealing and explaining the human condition

Lessons

Bias

Bias in the News

Challenging Hate Online

Free Speech and the Internet

The Price of Happiness: On Advertising, Image, and Self Esteem

Crime Perceptions Quiz

Hate 2.0

Hate or Debate?

Online Propaganda and the Proliferation of Hate

Perceptions of Youth and Crime

Exposing Gender Stereotypes

Learning Gender Stereotypes

The Impact of Gender Role Stereotypes

Gender Messages in Alcohol Advertising

Violence and Video Games

Video Games

Advertising and Male Violence

Scapegoating and Othering

Thinking About Hate