Popular culture has begun to be introduced as a subject in many curricula, as it is argued that it contributes to a more active involvement of students. In particular, the use of popular culture in language course can help raising students’awareness of all aspects of linguistic heterogeneity, since it draws upon the full range of available sociolinguistic resources. However, popular culture texts do not reflect sociolinguistic difference, but represent it from a certain perspective, echoing specific language ideologies. In this context, the primary educational objective of popular culture texts is to cultivate a critical stance on the part of students on the representations of sociolinguistic diversity constructed into these texts. As the new Greek Primary School Curricula of 2011 suggest the use of various texts of popular culture from the perspective of critical literacy, we present,in this paper, a learning material of twenty units designed to develop the critical awareness of primary school students (Grades 1 and 2) about TV representations of sociolinguistic diversity.