We found 67 reviewed resources for broadcasting codes
Diversity in Media: Looking Critically at What We SeeLesson Planet
8th - Higher Ed
This learning experience fosters awareness of representations we see, and don't see, in the media. Learners list TV programs, games, and films they enjoy, identify characters' ethnic, religious, (dis)ability, and sexual orientation...
Using the Synoptic Code for the Prediction of WaterLesson Planet
9th - 12th
Students construct a thermoscreen for the experiment. In this earth science instructional activity, students make observations and interpret them using synoptic codes. They predict the weather based on gathered information.
Using the Synoptic Code for the Prediction of WeatherLesson Planet
9th - Higher Ed
Students interpret the synoptic code. They construct a thermoscreen with an anemometer. Students identify different types of clouds and understand and read barometric pressure. Students predict weather pattern as they apply to fronts.
Radio Waves and Electromagnetic FieldsLesson Planet
6th - Higher Ed CCSS: Adaptable
Radio waves can travel through concrete, wood, and bricks — that's power! Watch as radio waves are broadcast by moving an electron manually or by having it move on its own. Learners see how radio waves travel in waves and can manipulate...
Lessons to be Learned: The Importance of Attribution, Accuracy, and HonestyLesson Planet
10th - Higher Ed
Learners investigate real world examples of media law issues. In this media law instructional activity, students read Janet Cooke’s feature and respond to the writing. Learners read articles by Stephen Glass to highlight facts in need of...
Simplified MRILesson Planet
9th - Higher Ed CCSS: Adaptable
Cancerous tissues contain more water than normal tissue, which causes the cancerous tissue to resonate longer on the screen and be seen. High school learners can see how MRIs detect tumors in someone's head. Radio transmitters emit their...