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It explicitly recognises that things may be true in some ways and false in others; and it directly challenges seemingly obvious distinctions between ‘media texts’ (on the one hand) and ‘the world’ or ‘reality’ (on the other). As in the case of the unit on narrative, the concept of representation is not a tablet of stone to be handed down, but a tool to think with and to interrogate. Conclusion: A continuing story The practices I have briefly described here are very different from the ‘dumbing down’ of which media education is frequently accused (see Richard Berger, this volume).
And, in that hope, I shall conclude with the principles for media education that I formulated for the original Manifesto site – principles which took shape way back in that community news project back in 1981. Jenny Grahame 23 Media education should be: • • • • at the heart of how children learn, and how we teach them; an entitlement for all learners – an inclusive, empowering pedagogy; an interdisciplinary underpinning for the whole curriculum; a fully integrated aspect of literacy with the potential to transform subject English and the wider curriculum; • about more than media studies.