April 1993, Wiley-Blackwell
Dan Fleming bases his text on both wide teaching experience and a broad knowledge of contemporary media research, to provide a clear theory of learning that is grounded in actual classroom work. His approach is characterized by an argument for a more learner-centred perspective on media teaching. Covering not only the concepts and the structure of the media, Fleming offers teachers and lecturers a coherent account of the key issues and essential skills of media teaching.
List of Tables.
1. Talking Media: Language Games and Learning Outcomes.
2. Thinking Media: Public Communication and Modes of Experience.
3. Broadcast Media: The Organization of Audio-Visual Aids.
4. Broadcasting and Popular Culture.
5. Print Media: The Organization of the Instantaneous.
6. Popular Culture and the Boundaries of Sociability.
* Fully illustrated with examples from the classroom.
"Media Teaching provides a fresh contemporary approach to media education which will be welcomed by all students and teachers of media."
"It should become an indispensable resource for teachers of media studies and those engaged in media education across the curriculum."
"Media Teaching will be essential reading for all teachers of media studies, film studies, communication studies and for those undertaking elements of media education across a range of curriculum contexts. Metro