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SS.7.C.2.11 - Media & Political Communications

Reporting Category 1: Origins and Purposes of Law and Government

Reporting Category 1: General

Enlightenment Ideas: SS.7.C.1.1

Impact of Key Documents: SS.7.C.1.2

English Policies: SS.7.C.1.3

Declaration of Independence: SS.7.C.1.4

Articles of Confederation: SS.7.C.1.5

Preamble of the Constitution: SS.7.C.1.6

Separation of Powers and Checks & Balances: SS.7.C.1.7

Federalists and Anti-Federalists: SS.7.C.1.8

Rule of Law: SS.7.C.1.9

Sources & Types of Laws: SS.7.C.3.10

Reporting Category 2: Roles, Rights, and Responsibilities of Citizens

Reporting Category 2: General

Citizenship: SS.7.C.2.1

Obligations of Citizens: SS.7.C.2.2

Bill of Rights & Other Amendments: SS.7.C.2.4

Constitutional Safeguards & Limits: SS.7.C.2.5

Constitutional Rights: SS.7.C.3.6

13th, 14th, 15th, 19th, 24th, & 26th Amendments: SS.7.C.3.7

Landmark Supreme Court Cases: SS.7.C.3.12

Reporting Category 3: Government Policies and Political Processes

Reporting Category 3: General

Political Parties: SS.7.C.2.8

Qualifications for Political Office: SS.7.C.2.9

Monitoring & Influencing Government: SS.7.C.2.10

Media & Political Communications: SS.7.C.2.11

Public Policy: SS.7.C.2.12

Multiple Perspectives: SS.7.C.2.13

U.S. Domestic & Foreign Policy: SS.7.C.4.1

Participation in International Organizations: SS.7.C.4.2

U.S. & International Conflicts: SS.7.C.4.3

Reporting Category 4: Organization and Function of Government

Reporting Category 4: General

Forms of Government: SS.7.C.3.1

Systems of Government: SS.7.C.3.2

Three Branches of Government: SS.7.C.3.3

Federalism: SS.7.C.3.4

Amendment Process: SS.7.C.3.5

Structure, Function, & Processes of Government: SS.7.C.3.8

Court System: SS.7.C.3.11

United States & Florida Constitutions: SS.7.C.3.13

Government Obligations & Services: SS.7.C.3.14

What You Need to Know:

Student Reading Review for SS.7.C.2.11

Analyze media and political communications (bias, symbolism, propaganda).

Overview:

Benchmark Clarifications:

  • Students will use scenarios to identify bias, symbolism, and propaganda. Read more!
  • Students will evaluate how bias, symbolism, and propaganda can impact public opinion. Read more!

Example One (Low Complexity)

Which option presents a clear point of view?

A. bias

B. metaphor

C. propaganda

D. symbolism

CLICK HERE FOR ANSWER & EXPLANATIONS

Example Two (Moderate Complexity)

The poster below was created in 1917.

C211 Moderate

Which type of communication is shown in this poster?

A. accurate

B. biased

C. informational

D. propagandized

CLICK HERE FOR ANSWER & EXPLANATIONS

Example Three (High Complexity)

The poster below was placed in public buildings, businesses, and schools by a civil rights group.

C211 High

What long term policy goal of the interest group?

A. electing candidates

B. regulating elections

C. improving citizens' lives

D. influencing political appointments

CLICK HERE FOR ANSWER & EXPLANATIONS

C.2.11 - Vocabulary

FLJCC

Discovery Education

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  • No Discovery Education Correlations

Civics on Demand

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Textbook Review

textbook

Chapter 11, Section 1 - p. 272-276