What Is Media?

  • Grade: 3-4
  • Guided Reading Level: V
  • Item: 121675
  • ISBN: 9781087605173
  • Language: English

Extra, extra, read all about it…and by it, we mean media! Help students learn the difference between facts and opinions with this informative and exciting Grade 3 nonfiction reader.

What Is Media?

  • Details the history and importance of various types of media, from newspapers to billboards to social media
  • Provides a short fiction piece related to the topic to keep students invested
  • Connects important concepts like democracy and censorship to students’ daily lives
  • Includes a glossary, interactive discussion questions, and a “Civics in Action” activity designed to get students excited about media

Media plays an important part in America’s history and present, but it is essential for students to spot bias within media sources. This teacher-approved book defines media and explores its many forms while also emphasizing the importance of separating fact from fiction. With a related fiction story, index, bright images, and other useful features, this reader gives third grade students an engaging look at media’s role of sharing information with society.

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