In light of the recent events in Paris, we are sharing a case study from one of our journalism ethics museum classes. Case studies are used in our classes to discuss ethical issues journalists and photojournalists face on a daily basis.
While mainstream media outlets have dominated news coverage of the Brown and Garner trials, student journalists have also addressed the story in their own newspapers.
This classroom activity features the classic 1938 “War of the Worlds” radio broadcast, which will help your students focus on their role as media consumers - and perhaps even get them into the Halloween spirit!
Students from the Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology in Virginia develop an interactive lesson using media literacy tools from NewseumED.
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