Description This lesson provides students an opportunity to discuss how racial bias impacts news coverage in mainstream media outlets through a short video about multidisciplinary artist Alexandra Bell creating counternarratives from NY Times content. Students will apply ideas from this video to their own news consumption …
Using examples from current events, such as protests at the University of Missouri, students will examine and discuss the impact of dissenting voices.
This lesson exposes students to the presence or absence of state student freedom of expression laws.
In this short lesson, students will learn about several different methods of capturing motion in photography, including techniques for blurring and freezing motion.
In this one-day lesson, students will explore the differences between news and feature photos. They will learn techniques for shooting different types of photos and then will practice them as a homework assignment.
In this lesson, students will learn about the importance of storytelling in journalistic photography. Using selected student photography, they will discuss the visual impact that can occur when photojournalists capture unique storytelling moments.