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Kristin Fitzsimmons Apr 15
Optional prompt for this week: What's a recent show you have binge-watched? Additionally, if you have any writing-related questions that would be good to address as a class, tweet those, too!
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Amy Jussel 10h
Replying to @MediaLiteracyEd
Sadly, even with older students far beyond I hear a considerable amount of parent parroting 🦜sans critical thinking... goes for voting preferences as well Strongly believe we need to spearhead discourse before or risk a nation of sheeple
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KathleenCurrieSmith 18h
Check out how realistic the cat appears in this clip! It is super cool but scary at the same time. What are the pros and cons of this technology? What skills will we need to be able to tell what is real?
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shmoseph Apr 17
The most recent show I binge watched was Love Death and Robots. It's short animations done by different artists all about weird little stories. They all have little twists or surprises which is what made it so addictive.
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Emilio Vega Apr 17
Replying to @KristinFitzsim5
One writing question I have is the following: how much of our paper should we dedicate to explaining/summarizing our media artifact before diving into a deeper analysis of it?
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Dmytro Hutsal Apr 17
Replying to @KristinFitzsim5
a show that I've recently binge watched was Rick and Morty. That and the Sopranos have probably been the only the shows that I've actually rewatched and binged. It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia is up there as well.
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Alex Batt Apr 17
chap. 59’s intro to binge-watching (Arrested Development) reminded me of an article by Sarah Rainey; stating that this method of viewing makes the audience more impatient, demanding shows to dump an entire season at once.
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Carter Amundson Apr 17
I have binge-watched my fair share of shows but the one that really took over my life was Stranger Things. I watched the first season in a few days and the second season in one sitting. Some shows are too good to turn off
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Dmytro Hutsal Apr 17
chapter 59 highlights how streaming platforms have "moved to producer, distributor, and exhibitor of its own content..." I believe that platforms like Twitch, Stitcher, and YouTube are heading in the same direction with more independent control.
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Rick Jantz Apr 17
I’ve recently rewatched season 6 of in preparation for last Sunday’s season premier. I had forgotten the breadth of the show and how truly massive it is. The episode on Sunday certainly reinforced that.
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shmoseph Apr 10
Chapter 57 really reminded me of the horrible things that happen in prison and how people on the outside almost find it entertaining. I was reminded of the third season of serial witch talks about people in and out of the system
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Iddonpaula Apr 16
Surely these females had some inkling of the ethos of the UKIP party led by Farage for the last 4 years at least. What sort of vacuum.. aided and supported by maximum coverage on MSM have they been operating in.?? With responsibility there is also.... responsibility
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Jason Putnam Apr 17
Netflix has been creating a lot of buzz every since it was created. This Article talks about exactly how Netflix changed the TV industry.
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Nate Green Apr 16
Hey , let's talk about how we can make Media Literacy stick from K to 12. Don't miss this session at 3:15!
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emily peters Apr 10
it’s interesting to watch prison reality television because the shows capitalize on issues in our prison/jail systems for entertainment and the dramatics of a time in a persons life that is meant for rehabilitation.
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Wesley Fryer, Ph.D. 🌎🎙🚀 Apr 16
Replying to @HGerlaEdu @lindayollis
Plz reach out to 4 ideas & suggestions. Maybe her students could be feedback audience for your students in Tacoma? Linda is 1 of the advocates for student blogging I most respect, she's been helping students develop their skills for years!
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Nate Green Apr 15
"When the reading brain skims texts, we don’t have time to grasp complexity, to understand another’s feelings or to perceive beauty. We need a new literacy for the digital age."
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KathleenCurrieSmith Apr 15
Dear English classes, We just talked about what the merger meant for Disney when we were talking and movies. Everything You Need to Know About What’s Coming to Disney+ | Oh My Disney
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Wesley Fryer, Ph.D. 🌎🎙🚀 Apr 13
Searching for myself today on Google Scholar, as I am considering different strategies for media literacy (preparing for ) made me realize I need to reactivate my personal publications archive which went off-line awhile back when I switched web hosts...
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Taylor Haney Apr 17
The most recent show that I have binge watched was The People v. O.J. Simpson. Both the acting and writing were simply phenomenal, and it provided me a greater context to understand the historical significance of the OJ trials. Highly recommend it.
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