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Teaching Popular Culture

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  • English
Taylor & Francis 1/2/1998
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7409689M
ISBN 100203050053
ISBN 139780203050057

Interest in Japanese popular culture is high among students at all levels, driving enrollment in Japanese Studies programs.

However, there has been little reflection on the pedagogy of teaching Japanese popular culture. Now is the time for critical reflection on teaching practices related to teaching about and with Japanese popular culture.

"In our culture, itbs fine to say that men are brutes. This book is a welcome antidote." Globe and Mail "It's about time. Spreading Misandry is a major achievement in raising awareness of how men are insidiously and indifferently attacked in popular culture." Everyman: A Men's Journal "Genuinely intelligent and by:   Teaching about the media and popular culture has been a major concern for radical educators.

Yet in recent years, the hyperbolic rhetoric of "critical pedagogy" has come under attack, not only from theoretical perspectives such as feminism, anti-racism and postmodernism, but also in The Light Of Actual Classroom by: "Many professional books talk about digital and media literacy, but this text addresses the complete continuum―from television to technology―and guides teachers to think deeply about their own preferences and beliefs, as well as those of their students to develop knowledgeable, informed media users and consumers for the 21st century."Cited by: This volume analyses examples of medical-themed popular culture and offers various strategies and methods for educators in this field to integrate this material into their teaching.

The result is a fascinating read and original resource for medical professionals and teachers alike. Popular Culture in the Classroom is a book written for teachers, researchers, and theorists who have grown up in a world radically different from that of the students they teach and study.

In conclusion, popular culture has much to offer as a teaching and learning tool. My experiences have been generally positive and I intend to continue to explore ways in which I can integrate popular culture into my teaching practice, both in terms of delivering content in the classroom and as part of the assessments that I set in my courses.

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Teaching with a Social, Emotional, and. Connecting Literacy and Popular Culture. Abstract. This study examined the benefits of using popular culture in the classroom to teach reading and writing strategies. The research was conducted in a one-to-one meeting with a fourth grade student.

During theAuthor: Jamie Weld. Spreading misandry: the teaching of contempt for men in popular culture User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. Perhaps it was inevitable that equal time should have been granted to those who claim that modern popular culture is biased against men.2/5(3).

Popular culture has a major impact and influence on the development and learning experiences of young people. I define popular culture as a relationship associated with young people’s everyday interests of music, art, media, internet, TV, radio and fashion – it offers creativity, challenges, participation and engagement.

The Media Method: Teaching Law with Popular Culture (). Authors: Christine A.

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Corcos. Carolina Academic PressPages:   Professor Rick Peltz-Steele has authored a chapter in a new book, The Media Method: Teaching Law with Popular Culture. Just out from Carolina Academic Press (CAP), The Media Method talks about the integration of non-legal materials, especially audiovisual elements, into the law school classroom.

Edited by Louisiana State University Law Professor Christine A. The representations surveyed in the book, she continued, also “send messages about who can be a student, where they can be a student and how to be a student – if most of the students are white, and middle class or wealthy, that sends a message to people who don’t fall into those groups If there are hardly any representations of students.

Teaching Food and Culture. Edited by Candice Lowe Swift and Richard Wilk. Walnut Creek, California: Left Coast Press, Inc., pp. US$, paper. ISBN Review by Chelsea Wentworth, PhD, MPH Assistant Professor of Anthropology, High Point University In Teaching Food and Culture Swift and Wilk present a compilation of.

From dark professors of wizardry to kindly old men dispensing bits of moral guidance like they're gum balls, our favorite on-screen teachers come in all shapes and : Ryan Bort. Hobbs, R & Moore, D CDiscovering media literacy: teaching digital media and popular culture in elementary school, Corwin Press, Thousand Oaks, CA, viewed 5 Maydoi: / Hobbs, Renee and David C Moore.

Discovering Media Literacy: Teaching Digital Media and Popular Culture in Elementary School. Spreading Misandry exposes the double standards and hypocrisy of feminism by looking at how pop culture is spreading the hatred of men.

It started off quite well but taken a radical course such as saying Beauty and the Beast is misandric or Dolores Claiborne is misandric/5.

Teaching Italian American Literature, Film, and Popular Culture. 1, likes 3 talking about this. A collection of pedagogical essays edited by Edvige Giunta and Followers: K. Believes that using popular culture images of law, lawyers, and the legal system is an effective way for teaching about real law.

Offers examples of incorporating popular culture images when teaching about law.

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Includes suggestions for teaching activities, a mock trial based on Dr. Seuss's book "Yertle the Turtle," and additional by: 5. This book is written for teachers, researchers, and theorists who have grown up in a world radically different from that of the students they teach and study.

It considers the possibilities involved in teaching critical media literacy using popular culture, and explore what such teaching might look like in your by: Writing a book about popular culture is an even trickier proposition given that culture is constantly changing and renders what was once popular soon to be outdated and perhaps quaint.

With this collection, we offer an approach to popular culture.

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Michael Berube, the scarily prolific Penn State professor of dangeral studies, has another new book out, Rhetorical Occasions: Essays on Humans and the Humanities, which I highly recommend, though I haven't read it yet. Well, then how can I recommend it. Firstly, I've read some of the essays in it already, like The Elvis Costello Problem in Teaching Popular.

Renee Hobbs, founder of the Media Education Lab at Temple University and author of Digital and Media Literacy: Connecting Culture and Classroom, designed a curriculum based on Nickelodeon’s iCarly, one of the most popular programs for this age group.

Hobbs’s curriculum uses short excerpts from the show and requires students to analyze the. © Kent State University All rights : James K Bracken. Book Description. Teaching and Learning: Pedagogy, Curriculum and Culture is designed to share important theory with readers in an accessible but sophisticated way.

It offers an overview of the key issues and dominant theories of teaching and learning as they impact upon the practice of education professionals in the classroom. Rethinking Popular Culture and Media begins from the premise that the “popular” is political.

Whether it’s Disney and Barbie, or Snapchat and Vine, youth navigate, shape, and repurpose popular culture. This updated collection of teaching articles and critical commentary is written by and for educators.

Popular Culture and Geography Education retically sophisticated engagement with media culture, popular culture and the. In his influential book Teaching the Media, Len Masterman. The culture argument seems to provide a way to indulge the self-nature and to be popular with the crowd, even if it involves rejecting certain parts of the Bible to do so.

Because it tends to weaken credibility of the Scriptures, most advocates of the culture-interpretation view seek to dilute their humanistic approach with a variety of trite. Book Description. Doing Theory on Education explores key debates using examples from contemporary media and popular culture to guide Education Studies students through the perennial debates that surround teaching and learning.

Aimed at undergraduates, postgraduates and teachers in education settings, it uses over seventy popular culture texts from television. The book explores how factors like birth month, practice, culture and hidden advantages can shape the lives of extraordinary individuals who excel beyond any Author: Jennifer Brozak.1, views.

English Words - Musical Instruments and Sounds - Speak English, Learn English, - Duration: 2 minutes, 32 seconds. ESL and Popular Culture. English Words - Fruit Names - Speak Views: 38K. In the two centuries since, the novel has been taught worldwide, adapted into every possible art form, infused into popular culture and used to kick-start conversations on themes ranging from.