CR5.2
View and evaluate, critically, visual and multimedia texts identifying the persuasive techniques including promises, flattery, and comparisons used to influence or persuade an audience.

Indicators for this outcome
(a)

Gather information from a variety of media (e.g., photographs, web sites, maps, diagrams, posters, videos, advertising, double bar graphs, maps, videos).

(b)

Select and flexibly use appropriate strategies (before, during, and after) to construct meaning when viewing.

(c)

Understand and apply relevant pragmatic, textual, syntactical, semantic/lexical/morphological, graphophonic, and other cues and conventions of communication to construct and confirm meaning when viewing.

(d)

Discuss purpose, perspectives, and biases and how visual texts including First Nations and Métis resources can be used to persuade others.

(e)

Recognize point of view and distinguish between fact and opinion.

(f)

Identify the values underlying visual messages and recognize persuasive techniques and purposes in oral presentations and various media (e.g., promises, dares, flattery, comparisons).

(g)

Analyze visual texts (including First Nations and Métis art and other texts) as sources for information, entertainment, persuasion, interpretation of events, and transmission of culture.

(h)

Identify how the language, explicit and implicit messages, and visual and multimedia features (e.g., sound, colour, movement) are used to influence the intended audience.

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R053244
Raven Power
Raven identifies, through several scenarios, that the men and boys in the community take the women and girls for granted and show lack of respect for them. The women go on a week-long retreat, and only Jacob seems able to make coffee, cook meals and keep things running. Raven and Chief Big Sky negotiate to bring the women back, make everyone happier and strengthen the community. This is a humorous and inspiring video in which a young girl takes responsibility to do something about a problem i...
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Media and Formats : Video
Price : Free
free
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saskatchewancontent
fnmicontent
rovervideo
Record posted/updated: November 22, 2018
R053242
A Mother's Earth
This award-winning series, produced in Cree, English and French, uses stop-motion animation to portray life in a fictional northern Saskatchewan community. It focuses on issues and events in the lives of children and their supportive families in this traditional Cree community. The adults guide the children to retain their traditional culture and values while living in the modern world. In this episode, six year old Raven must write a report on identity, describing who she thinks she is. Thro...
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Media and Formats : Video
Price : Free
free
canadiancontent
saskatchewancontent
fnmicontent
rovervideo
Record posted/updated: November 22, 2018