“Big Small Screens“ is a media literacy project organized since 2016; its aim is to improve the media literacy skills of Lithuanian teachers and high school students. Moreover, it should help discover and explore one’s own community and nurture the dialogue with other communities, by utilizing creative and analytic media literacy activities. The main focus is directed towards the audiovisual media and media products which are especially relevant to students (movies, advertisements, computer games, social networks, TV shows and series, and multimedia journalism). The project is a part of the British Council cultural relations program “People to People”.
Teaching materials ready to download for the analysis of six audiovisual media topics and forms: cinema, advertising, video games, social networks, TV and multimedia journalism.