Critical Media Literacy and Wellness

Critical Media Literacy and Wellness

Critical Media Literacy and Wellness

This unit allows students to explore the intersections of critical media literacy and wellness by allowing students to identify the dangers of misinformation, and toxicity of social media and technological devices in relation to our own wellness. Students will share their understandings and experiences, learn ways to spot misinformation, and become more aware of the devices that we use everyday. At the end of the unit students will reflect on what they learned, and will research and present on media companies to rate the information being dispersed and the purpose of these companies.

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About Aldrich Sabac

 Aldrich Limpin Sabac was born and raised in South Stockton, California. As an undergraduate student at San Francisco State University he double majored in Asian American Studies and Sociology, while teaching with Pin@y Educational Partnerships. He later attended the Teacher Education Program at University of California, Los Angeles, and completed his masters inquiry on critical pedagogy and the arts in education. He teaches English, ELD, and Ethnic Studies at his alma mater Edison High School in Stockton, California.

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