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It is the competence in using hardware and software devices.

tool literacy

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It refers to the understanding the production and interactional significance of information.

Social-structural literacy

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This refers to the ability to evaluate the benefits of new technologies.

Critical literacy

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Complete the statement,

"An education in media literacy must also include teaching about ____."

media

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It is the understanding of new development in IT.

Emerging technologies literacy.

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Complete the statement,

"True media literacy requires both the ability and willingness to view and analyze media from multiple positions and ______."

perspectives

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These two terms are the things that link digital literacy today with traditional literacy, saying "it is not enough to have skills and competencies, they must be grounded in some moral framework."

Attitudes and perspectives

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It refers to understanding why you are teaching a certain topic and why it is important to learn.

Master your subject matter

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These refer to those skills and competencies that enable everything else within digital literacy.

Underpinnings

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It is the initiative and ability to learn whatever is needed for a person's specific situation.

independent learning

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These are the skills and competencies that a majority of scholars agree on as being core to digital literacy today.

Central Competencies

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It talks about how much a person can do when they are personally and affectively motivated to do so.

Leverage skills that students already have

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This largely refers to knowing where information on a particular subject or topic can be found, how information is kept, and how it is disseminated.

Background knowledge

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They are the people who were born during the information age.

Digital native

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It refers to a media literacy applied to the digital media.

Digital literacy

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What do you call those people who are not familiar in a world with computers, internet and connectivity.

Digital immigrants

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It refers to a skill to locate, access and evaluate information from variety of media sources.

Information Literacy

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It refers to the cognitive skills that consumers use to evaluate information in an educated and effective manner.

Information literacy

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It is also called e-literacy.

Digital literacy

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It talks about the importance of developing student's habit for asking why is the message being communicated.

Explore motivation, not just messages

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Media has unique ______ , characteristics which typify various forms, genres, and symbol systems of communication.

languages

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It refers to a competence or skill to identify different types of media and understand the messages they are communicating.

Media literacy

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Complete the statement,

"______ carefully, think critically"

watch

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Complete the statement,

"Media representations play a role in people's understanding of ___________."

social reality

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OoIt refers to an understanding of correct, acceptable, and sensible behavior in a digital environment.

moral/social literacy

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