Adventist Adventurer Awards/Media Critic

From Wikibooks, open books for an open world
Jump to: navigation, search
Media Critic
Builder


Explain what is meant by the term “media.” Cite four examples.[edit]

Memorize Philippians 4:8 and discuss three principles that help us form good reading, viewing and listening habits.[edit]

Keep a log of the time you spend each day with the different types of media. Note whether the media is Christ-centered or secular. Do this for two weeks.[edit]

Do one of the following with an adult:[edit]

watch television[edit]

read a story[edit]

listen to a recording[edit]

Become a “media critic” and discuss the merits of each.[edit]

With an adult, use a television guide, book club listing, etc., to choose what you will read or watch next week.[edit]

After your teacher reads the beginning of a short story, make up your own ending.[edit]

External Resources[edit]