MAY CHAT SCHEDULE:
K-12 Tweet and Talk*: Tuesday May 14th, 10:00AM – 10:30AM
K-12 Slow Chat: All month long!
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*The Tweet and Talk Live Event lasts for approximately 30 minutes, but the Tweet and Talk Twitter Chat will continue after the Live Event ends for the remaining 30 minutes.
If you are interested in having a few students from your class join #ONedSsChat Student Leads on panel for a Tweet and Talk please contact us!
TWEET AND TALK (LIVE MAY. 14th at 10AM)
Following the scheduled Tweet and Talk (YouTube Live Event), the recording of the Tweet and Talk will be posted on our website, and on our YouTube Channel for classes to use as a provocation.
1. What is body image? (add “to you”?)
2. Why is it important to learn about body image?
3. How does social media portray the “ideal body image”? How does this affect how we view ourselves?
4. What is being done by various companies to promote a positive self-image?
5. What do love most about the way you look?
6. Who is your body image hero? Why?
*These 6 questions will be used for the Slow Chat all month long. Where necessary, questions have been reworded for younger Tweeters. We recommend classes spend time answering the questions ahead of time so time during the chat can be spent liking tweets, retweeting, quoting tweets in reply, and collaborating with others.
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ONedSsChat Expert: Matthew Johnson, Director of Education at Media Smarts
MediaSmarts is a Canadian not-for-profit charitable organization for digital and media literacy. Their vision is that children and youth have the critical thinking skills to engage with media as active and informed digital citizens.
MediaSmarts has been developing digital and media literacy programs and resources for Canadian homes, schools and communities since 1996. Through their work they support adults with information and tools so they can help children and teens develop the critical thinking skills they need for interacting with the media they love.