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EnhanceTV :: Feature Articles :: Deconstruct, decode, analyse and create!

Deconstruct, decode, analyse and create!
Deconstruct, decode, analyse and create! 
What is media literacy?

Media Literacy can be defined as the ability to read and understand visual, aural and digital codes. It means having the skills to view visual and audio-visual materials analytically, critically and knowledgeably. When a person has developed a set of visual and aural abilities through seeing and sensory experiences, and listening, when they are able to discriminate and interpret visible actions, objects, patterns and symbols in media, then they are becoming media literate. It is through the creative use of these abilities that a media literate person is able to comprehend and communicate. Interdisciplinary by nature, media literacy represents a necessary, inevitable, and realistic response to the complex, ever-changing electronic environment and communication cornucopia that surround us.

Learning Areas Media Studies
Level Primary, Secondary
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