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Lena L.
1. http://www.media-awareness.ca/english/resources/educational/lessons/elementary/ethics/compare_real_tv_families.cfm

students learn how the media construct reality by studying the families portrayed on television, and comparing them to the real-life families they know: their own, and those of their peers.

2.http://www.media-awareness.ca/english/resources/educational/lessons/elementary/gender_portrayal/villains_heroes_heroines.cfm

Grade 2-6 This lesson introduces students to some of the myth-building techniques of television by comparing super heroes and super villains from television to heroes and villains in the real world and by conveying how violence and action are used to give power to characters. This lesson introduces students to some of the myth-building techniques of television by comparing super heroes and super villains from television to heroes and villains in the real world and by conveying how violence and action are used to give power to characters.

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Taryn Alexander
1. This lesson is for K-1 grade and it deals with Geography. Students have to make a state cookie according to the state that they live in.
http://www.lessonplanspage.com/SSStateCookieRecipe.htm
2. This lesson is for elementary students and it delas with culture and diversity. Students should be able to determine what diversity is and will be able to interpret a poem/song based on diversity with 90% accuracy. They will have to compare diversity from observing a box of crayons in reference to diversity.
http://www.lessonplanspage.com/SSMusicOMartinLutherKingDayWeAreJustLikeCrayonsDiversityLesson12.htm