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Lesson Plan in Media and Information Literacy (January 10, 2018)

I.

Objectives:

At the end of the lesson, the learners must be able to:

  • Identify codes, convention, and message and how they affect the audience, producers, and other stake holders.

  • Reflect on how important information can be conveyed to create the desired impression.

II.

Subject Matter

  • A. Topic: Media and Information Languages (Lec)

  • B. Code: MIL11/12MILA-IIIf-15

  • C. Time Frame: 1hour

  • D. References: CG, TG

  • E. Materials: manila, pens, board and marker, postcards

III.

Procedure

  • A. Review of the past lesson

    • Review key points of previous lesson (Media and Information Sources)

  • B. Motivation

    • 1. Read his sentence after writing it on the board “Language may be a source of misunderstandings by Marshall McLuhan, 1964”

    • 2. Ask learners to analyze the quote, then, let them share what they think to the class.

    • 3. Does the user’s/audience’s own background or experience affect the interpretation of messages?

How?

  • 4. Is it possible that a different individual derives a different meaning from the message? Explain.

Lesson Proper

  • 1. Activity

Discuss with the learners the following definitions:

• Language - pertains to the technical and symbolic ingredients or codes and conventions that media and information professionals may select and use in an effort to communicate ideas, information and knowledge. • Media Languages - codes, conventions, formats, symbols and narrative structures that indicate the meaning of media messages to an audience.

  • 2. Analysis

Direct learners to identify five (5) signs and symbols in their community that are used to convey information (ex. For directions, locations of attractions, others).

  • 3. Abstraction

 

Discuss with the learners the following:

How are symbols usually being presented?

What is the importance of using symbols to convey a message or information?

How these symbols are presented in terms of fonts, images, colors, design and others?

  • 4. Application Say “The first step in becoming media and information literate is to understand how information, ideas and meaning are communicated through and by various media and other information providers, such as libraries, archives, museums and the Internet”.

Present different Philippine postcards.

Instruct the learners to accomplish MIL Design Framework matrix below.

 Instruct the learners to accomplish MIL Design Framework matrix below. C. Generalization  Define information
 

C.

Generalization

 
 

Define information appropriately through codes, conventions, and messages.

IV.

Evaluation

 
 

Instruct the learners to write a reflection paper about the previous activity using the following guide questions:

• What information codes, conventions and messages about our country is communicated enthuse postcards?

• If you are to create a postcard for a place or organization of your choice, what technical and symbolic

codes would you use to convey important information and create the desired impression? Why?

• How is understanding of the technical and symbolic codes contribute to media and information

literacy?

• Others reflection that they may want to share.

V.

Assignment

 
 

Explain, how the same information is being conveyed in different media.

VI.

Remarks:

 

Bread and Pastry: _______________________________________ No. of learners with in mastery level: ______ No. of learners needing remediation: ______

Masonry & Dressmaking: _______________________________________ No. of learners with in mastery level: ______ No. of learners needing remediation: ______

CSS A: _______________________________________ No. of learners with in mastery level: ______ No. of learners needing remediation: ______

Prepared by:

JESSELYN D. LLANTADA

SST-I

Noted by:

GERARDO G. JABONETE HT-I / Senior High School Dep’t Head