In this lesson, students analyze their own body image and consider what they wish they could change.
This lesson introduces students to some of the myth-building techniques of television by comparing super heroes and super villains from television to heroes and villains in the real world and by conveying how violence and action are used to give power to characters.
In this lesson students consider how well their favourite TV shows, movies and video games reflect the diversity of Canadian society.
To introduce students to the rating systems for films, videos and television and to the issues that surround these classifications.
In this lesson, students explore how advertising leverage can lead to censorship of information about public health issues.
In this four-day unit, students will examine the role of popular culture celebrities in creating awareness of world issues.
In this five- or six-day unit, students create a video podcast to present balanced, unbiased perspectives on global development issues.
In this three-day unit, students assess media coverage of natural disasters and their aftermath. Students explore how sensationalism plays a role in determining what is newsworthy, and how that can distort our perception of issues in developing nations.
In this lesson, students debate the effectiveness of health warning labels on tobacco products.
In this lesson, students learn how the tobacco industry targets the needs, wishes and desires of young people in order to sell cigarettes.