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INDIAN MEDIA LITERACY:A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF TELEVISION EXPERIENCES FROM ITV TO IPTV

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Television in India passes fifty years’ service. We have a lot of studies available on its various impacts and status. The television began in India amazingly. It was an idiot box once. But the scene is changed. It is a most wanted pet in almost all parts of the nation. Both towns and villages keep the ‘box’ as a special part of socio cultural life.
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Patter Song Critical Pedagogy Lesson

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This lesson plan was created for use with seventh grade students in New Jersey! The lesson focuses on patter song, using multiple different points of entry for students. The lesson incorporates technology, interdisciplinary work, and performance. It adheres to Understanding by Design and of course it is deeply rooted in the tenets of Critical Pedagogy.
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Reading and Teaching Henry Giroux

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The text for Reading and Teaching Henry Giroux came after our long-term use of Henry’s most significant material. After the book was published we had key insights and concepts from this work in an organized fashion and therefore it was a helpful tool in our classes and discussions with students. The impetus for developing this PowerPoint presentation came with the need to have various quotations and references in a ready-made package. This is where Samir Muhaisen came to the rescue.
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Teaching theory to graduate students with alternative strategies

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This article discusses how to use parody, mapping, and multigenre writing to teach the study of high level theory. The focus is on teaching composition theory to graduate students.
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Folklore as the means of Critical Pedagogy

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Understanding the culture of disadvantaged in India Dr.Mahendra K Mishra mkmfolk@gmail.com There is no human activity from which every form of intellectual participation can be excluded. -Antonio Gramsci Through a power-point-styled PDF document Dr. Mishra presents the scenario in Orissa, a state of India located on the east coast of India, by the Bay of Bengal. In it he describes the Tribal traditions of the people, their religion, technology, social organization, etc., before arguing for the necessary role of folklore in Post Colonial Indian Education.
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Making Multicultural Australia for the 21st Century

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Making Multicultural Australia for the 21st Centuryhttp://www.multiculturalaustralia.edu.au/This site was established to assist teachers find quality resources on multiculturalism and explore new strategies to promote cultural diversity and tolerance.