- Media Literacy -- Digital Citizenship 101 (DC101) Workshop Series
The Digital Citizenship 101 (DC101) curriculum provides programming lessons for a series of six media literacy workshops, using publicly-available educational content from Washington, D.C.’s acclaimed news museum, the Newseum.
- Media Literacy -- Media Landscape and Fact Checking Program Kit (PDF 421 kb)
This programming toolkit provides suggested schedules and materials for two workshops using training materials developed by the nonprofit education organization IREX. The two workshops focus on a “Personal Media Landscape” Exercise and Fact-Checking Training. Additional resources are provided, including resources for finding debunked stories and free tools for creating engaging content.
- VOA News Literacy Lessons
In this series on News Literacy developed by VOA Learning English, there are seven videos — an introduction plus six lessons. Each video is four minutes, and each lesson comes with a transcript and key vocabulary used in the story.
- Video and Discussion Guide on Media Literacy (PDF 469 kb)
The featured video for this guide is a 7+ minute PBS News Hour video that reports on how and why schools in Washington State are starting to teach media literacy in their classrooms. This discussion guide provides key vocabulary words, a general media landscape summary, suggested discussion questions, and information for additional media literacy resources and lesson plans.
- "Stop. Reflect. Verify." Videos and Event Facilitation Guide
This media literacy campaign was developed as part of U.S. Department of State’s YALI (Young African Leaders Initiative) Network programs. These programming materials would be suitable for use in American Spaces worldwide. There are three videos, and each video is 2-3 minutes. Transcripts are available in English, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. The Event Facilitation Guide provides suggested discussion questions and group activities.
- Share America "Recognizing Disinformation" Video (2 mins 31 sec)
This video has been translated into Chinese, French, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish. Videos may be found here.
- Movie Programming Kit -- Shattered Glass (PDF 217 kb)
- True or False? Assessing the News Program Kit (PDF 708 kb)