Because of Mrs. Danley's guidance in class
Fox, CNN, BBC SMORE#1
Media literacy is being able to understand and send out a wide variety of messages with a single story of phrase. Take Cecil the lion for example, if someone were to mention that lion many people would be angered by what happened because of the way that media depicted it without the viewers thinking about it for themselves. People need to be able to understand that any media station is trying to lean the viewers towards their ideals without even knowing it. Media literacy is understanding what the news is telling you and analyzing it. Meaning you figure out what it means and the message they are trying to get across.
Example: Gun Control
Kevin De Leon
V for Vendetta SMORE#2
In V’s speech to the BTN (Future) he argues that (“there is something terribly wrong with this country”) and shows how society needs to think for themselves instead of the government doing it for them. V highlights this accusation by pointing out there is a problem (“coercing your conformity”), by questioning who is really to blame (“Looking for the guilty, you need only look into a mirror”), and by calling for action (“then I ask you to stand beside me one year from tonight”). V uses current events from the country (Surveillance, No Freedom) to unveil and present what is wrong with the government in order to change society for the better (“promised you peace, and all he demanded in return was your silent, obedient consent”). V’s audience is the whole of London because he is addressing every citizen and offering a way for them to fix the government they let get corrupted and uses everything that is going on around them to turn it into momentum for the people to stop the government themselves.
Macbeth became flawed once his curiosity got the best of him. As the saying goes curiosity killed the act and in between his downward spiral and death, he became more and more human. He began feeling guilt and sadness for the things he'd done. He was happy, he was the thane of Glamis, and he had a loyal friend named Banquo and he went straight for the rock bottom faster than missile when he did not receive what he expected he grew hungry for it. Hungry enough to slaughter his former friends or to have them slaughtered.
V fought against the monster that the government had become. Everyone was censored, no one could speak bad about the government or they'd face death or imprisonment. He fought them with words and ideas. He didn't call the government out for being bad. He called out society for allowing this to happen, for not rising up and doing what is right. He pointed out the flaws in society and sparked a rebellion. He was successful but gave his life in the end for the cause
O'Brien as victim SMORE #5
I do not believe O'brien is a victim. I believe that the only reason he does not think the way that Julia and Winston do is because of the luxury that the party provides for him. He does not see things the way they do because he is given the basic needs and more that they do not. they live in garbage homes, eating basically trash and drinking jet fuel while O'brien is given a spacious manor with normal food that we take for granted every day. He has the choice to try to do what is right and revolt but he does not because he is comfortable with the things he has been given. As long as he takes what the party throws at him he gets to live a comfortable life.