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Media and information literacy - classroom activities for teachers

Translation of sheets from the pedagogical brochure and pedagogical files produced by CLEMI for the Press and Media Week at School®.

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Déclic’critique : critical-thinking workshops

CLEMI trainers intervene in schools and organise Déclic'Critique workshops in the first (age 6-11 years) and second degrees (age 12-17 years). Thoses workshop are designed to help pupils decoding media and information.  Each workshop lasts for about 1 hour and makes the pupils aware of digital issues. Info-intox, sources, fact-checking, data protection: how and when are pupils/students confronted with these subjects? How to untangle the true from the false, identify a website, unmask a hidden advertisement?  What activities can be organised in class so that pupils/students acquire checking reflexes? Triggering a click to develop their critical mind, such is the meaning of CLEMI's Critical Thinking Workshops.

Video modules and pedagogical kit

These workshops are filmed and then edited into a 5 minutes video illustrating concrete cases of media and information literacy for teachers. These video modules, broadcasted on CLEMI's YouTube channel, are accompanied by a pedagogical kit including pre-requisites for teachers, the pedagogical sheet (with objectives and skills) and the resources used (video, images), so that teachers can implement this activity in class.

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Class investigation

This media and information literacy game was developed by the MediaLab working group and CLEMI’s Studio. Students and pupils are enroled in an immersive journalistic investigation. In groups of two, they must transcribe the testimonies and clues they discover via text, audio and video, in order to produce journalistic content (print or digital format). At the end of the game, they can compare their work with a professional journalist one’s, Mathilde Dehimi. The students thus discover the constraints of the journalist's job, and understand how information is produced. 

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