Outcome Chart - Ontario - Media Arts 10 (Open)

Reflecting Responding and Analysing

Overall Expectations

Identity and Values

Specific Expectations

Identify and describe ways in which media art works reflect cultural identity (e.g., the animated short film The Sweater; the media art works of Ron Noganosh)

Identify and describe ways in which media art works can influence community or societal values (e.g., the impact on their school community of a media art work on combating climate change)

MediaSmarts Resources

Beyond Media Messages: Media Portrayal of Global Development


Bias and Crime in Media

Bias in News Sources

Buy Nothing Day

Celebrities and World Issues

Cinema Cops

Comparing Crime Dramas

Crime in the News

Crime Perceptions Quiz

Diversity and Media Ownership

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

First Person

Gender Messages in Alcohol Advertising

Hate 2.0

Hate or Debate

Miscast and Seldom Seen

Movie Heroes and the Heroic Journey

Perceptions of Youth and Crime

Scapegoating and Othering

Shaking the Movers: Youth Rights and Media

Suffragettes and Iron Ladies

The Citizen Reporter

The Front Page

Thinking about Hate

Who’s Telling My Story?


Overall Expectations

Responsible Practices

Specific Expectations

describe some ethical and legal practices associated with media arts, particularly with respect to copyright laws, and apply these practices when creating media art works (e.g., seek permission to sample songs from musicians; use authorized sources for stock photography or other licensed materials; show respect for other cultures)

MediaSmarts Resources

How to Discourage Plagiarism (Tip Sheet)

Media Issue: Intellectual Property

Student Tutorial (Licensed Resource)

MyWorld: A digital literacy tutorial for secondary students