The Truth Behind Us Assignment 3 5 Loa English, Sota Short Story

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5LOA & OPPRESSION ANALYSIS IN MEDIA
Learning Target(s)
3.2: I can identify and describe key features of (institutional, interpersonal and internalized) oppression in the media.
3.4: I can analyze multiple texts and sources using the 5 Levels of Analysis.
Directions: Watch & listen to the following pieces of media and complete the 5 Levels of Analysis (Explicit and Implicit) and Analysis of Oppression questions in complete sentences.
4 I’s of OPPRESSION FRAMEWORK
INSTITUIONAL OPPRESSION
Unfair treatment and/or control by a large, powerful group: media, military/police, family, religion, banks, schools, government/laws, and businesses.
INTERPERSONAL OPPRESSION
Unfair treatment and/or control from one person to another.
INTERNALIZED OPPRESSION
Unfair treatment and/or control that is believed and reproduced.
MEDIA
FORM
MEDIA “TITLE”
EXPLICIT
ANALYSIS
“Facts”
(Level 1 + 2)
1) What media company made this piece of media? (Who paid for it?)
2) Who are the artists in this piece of media and what style of music do they make? Describe them using as much detail as you saw or know form your own background knowledge.
3) Summarize what is happening in this piece of media in at least three sentences (Think “context”: setting, characters, plot) USE DETAILS!
IMPLICIT
ANALYSIS
“Messages”
(Level 3)
4) Which type of audience do you believe this was made for and why?
5) What do you believe is being or might be taught to this audience especially about the ethnic group? Why? (What is the message may be sent to men, women, young people, or the larger “American “ society?) Why?
ANALYSIS OF
OPPRESSION
(Level 3)
6) How does this text show, influence, or encourage institutional, interpersonal, or internalized oppression? Make sure you use the frameworks defined above and underline the necessary key words. BE SPECIFIC! USE DETAILS!
MEDIA
FORM
MEDIA “TITLE”
EXPLICIT
ANALYSIS
“Facts”
(Level 1 + 2)
1) What media company made this piece of media? (Who paid for it?)
2) Who are the artists in this piece of media and what style of music do they make? Describe them using as much detail as you saw or know form your own background knowledge.
3) Summarize what is happening in this piece of media in at least three sentences (Think “context”: setting, characters, plot) USE DETAILS!
IMPLICIT
ANALYSIS
“Messages”
(Level 3)
4) Which type of audience do you believe this was made for and why?
5) What do you believe is being or might be taught to this audience...

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