A History of Global Warming in Science, Politics, and the Media
Media literacy and critical thinking unit using diverse media imagery to teach about how global warming has been perceived by people in the U.S. and how the media has constructed that public perception.
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Relevant Subject Area(s)Visual Arts, Commercial Arts/Advertising, Journalism, Consumer Education, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Environmental Studies, Economics
Grade Level(s)High School, College
Media Type(s)Chart/graph, Editorial Cartoon, Editorial Opinion, Illustration, Informational Text, News - Print, Photograph, Poster
Author(s)Chris Sperry, Dan Flerlage, Alexander Papouchis
View StandardsResource Standard Common Core ELA Strand
Reading: History Social Studies (RH), Speaking and Listening (SL)