This article presents the media curation project recently developed with the support of a school's digital center, along with a model curriculum development of an asynchronous course centered on media and culture. Readers gain the benefits of using sociocultural media curation in language and culture classes and obtain hands-on strategies for designing the content-based language courses that utilize the dynamics and vitality of media in a relatively less-interactive asynchronous learning environment.

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