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SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES OF MEDIA, INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGY LITERACIES, HOW TO PROTECT YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA, WHAT ARE THE DO'S AND DON'T USING SOCIAL MEDIA as 21st learners students are expected to be literate , there is a greater need for them to aware and acquainted to the information ethics. Students are expected to identify the dangers the internet might post to the unwary users, Exercise responsible use of media, and make a stand against the issue of cyber bullying

SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES OF MEDIA, INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGY LITERACIES, HOW TO PROTECT YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA, WHAT ARE THE DO'S AND DON'T USING SOCIAL MEDIA as 21st learners students are expected to be literate , there is a greater need for them to aware and acquainted to the information ethics. Students are expected to identify the dangers the internet might post to the unwary users, Exercise responsible use of media, and make a stand against the issue of cyber bullying

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  1. 1. MOST ESSENTIAL LEARNING COMPETENCY Identify the similarities and differences between and among media literacy, information literacy, and technology literacy
  2. 2. OBJECTIVES •Define the key concepts (media, information, technology literacy, and media and information literacies); •Align one’s personal engagement with media to the key concepts of MIL
  3. 3. OBJECTIVES •Define the key concepts (media, information, technology literacy, and media and information literacies); •Align one’s personal engagement with media to the key concepts of MIL
  4. 4. HOW ENGAGED ARE YOU IN SOCIAL MEDIA?
  5. 5. Media or Information Provider Number of hours spent in a week Reasons for engagement in such media Leisure/ Entertainment Learning Commu- nication Others (specify) 1 FaceBook 2 Messenger 3 Instagram 4 YouTube 5 Spotify 6 Twitter 7 Wattpad 8 Television 9 Radio 10 Printed Newspapers 11 Printed Books 12 Comic Books / Magazines 13 Zoom / Google Classroom 14 Netflix 15 GMail / Yahoo Mail 16 Gaming App 17 Others TOTAL NUMBER OF HOURS
  6. 6. Read the statements below and classify to which literacy they belong. MEDIA LITERACY INFORMATION LITERACY TECHNOLOGY LITERACY
  7. 7. Read the statements below and classify to which literacy they belong. • I can tell if news is fake or true. • I know that visuals in a movie are needed in storytelling. • I choose the best children’s book for my younger siblings.
  8. 8. Read the statements below and classify to which literacy they belong. • I can operate a DSLR camera. • I analyze survey results. • I decide which medium is best used for a specific purpose.
  9. 9. Read the statements below and classify to which literacy they belong. • I use Adobe Premiere Pro CC as my editing tool. • I outline the information from a book before I paraphrase them. • I assess all available natural light sources before a shoot. • I consider the TV as a powerful educational gadget.
  10. 10. HOW “LITERATE” AM I?
  11. 11. Rate yourself on a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being the highest. How literate are you? Then, explain your rating using the format below: “I give myself a _____________because _______________ _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________
  12. 12. Let’s define terms.
  13. 13. LITERACY • The ability to IDENTIFY, UNDERSTAND, INTERPRET, CREATE, COMMUNICATE and COMPUTE, using printed and written materials associated with varying contexts. • Literacy involves a continuum of learning, wherein individuals are able to achieve their goals, develop their knowledge and potential, and participate fully in their community and wider society. (CHED, 2016)
  14. 14. MEDIA • The physical objects used to communicate with, or the mass communication through physical objects such as radio, television, computers, film, etc. It also refers to any physical object used to communicate messages. (CHED, 2016)
  15. 15. MEDIA LITERACY • The ability to access, analyze, evaluate, and create media in a variety of forms. It aims to empower citizens by providing them with the competencies (knowledge and skills) necessary to engage with traditional media and new technologies. (CHED, 2016)
  16. 16. INFORMATION • A broad term that covers processed data, knowledge derived from study, experience, instruction, signals or symbols. (CHED, 2016)
  17. 17. INFORMATION LITERACY • The ability to recognize when information is needed, and to locate, evaluate, and effectively communicate information in its various formats. (CHED, 2016)
  18. 18. TECHNOLOGY LITERACY • The ability of an individual, either working independently or with others, to responsibly, appropriately, and effectively use technological tools. Using these tools an individual can access, manage, integrate, evaluate, create and communicate information. (CHED, 2016)
  19. 19. How can we access, search, critically assess, use and contribute content wisely, both online and offline? What are our rights online and offline? What are the ethical issues surrounding the access and use of information?
  20. 20. How can we engage with media and ICTs to promote equality, intercultural and interreligious dialogue, peace, freedom of expression and access to information?
  21. 21. Our society today as a melting pot of knowledge, culture, and beliefs, and we must admit that all of these do not blend together. Media comes in like fuel that can fire up the content of our pot. If we do not attend to this fire, we will end up with useless content. But if we are careful enough, then countless ideas that define today’s generation will not lead to misunderstanding, but to a harmonious society shared by all.
  22. 22. Yes, the definite goal of MIL is to promote peace in a world confused by too much information.
  23. 23. POINTS FOR REFLECTION •In your opinion, what makes an individual literate in media and information? •What activities/habits do you practice which illustrate media and information literacy? Give at least three examples.
  24. 24. •Your phone reflects who you are; the apps that it contains speak of your preferences, engagements and connections. •Fill this blank phone template with icons of apps that you think are important tools for media and information literacy. Then, provide a 1-sentence explanation for each app that you place on the phone template.

Editor's Notes

  • In this fast-paced, technology-driven time, we are bombarded with various information
    everywhere, in just 1 click we can have information right in the comforts of our very own homes.
  • Information
    Media
    media
  • Technology
    Information
    media
  • Technology
    Information
    Technology
    Media
  • “Literacy, most especially amongst the children and youth, is one of the key factors that determine how well a country progresses in this rapidly-changing world. We have an unfortunate reality where some Filipinos, both young and old, are still struggling with their literacy skills,”

    With a 97.95% literacy rate among the 15-24 years old bracket, the Philippines is considered as the most literate country in South East Asia, based on a report by United Nations. At first glance, this is something to be proud of. But as we think about the numbers, we might ask ourselves, how literate are we?
  • Being
    Senior High School students, you are expected to be literate, not just in terms of numbers and
    letters, but to be able to fully grasp up to what extent information may be used and distributed.
  • Media refers to various channels of communication between a person or persons and
    their intended audience.
  • (Take note of these four key words: access, analyze, evaluate, and create. Therefore, in order for a person to be considered FaceBook literate he or she must be able to:
    create an FB account and surf for FB content;
    check if the content found is true or fake;
    decide whether it is worth sharing or worth reporting for violations, and;
    post different contents that are also worth liking and sharing.
  • Why do we need information?
    Where do we search for information?
    How do we acquire and store information?
    How do we use the information that we have?
    How we will communicate the information that we have?
  • The “new normal” has drastically changed the educational system, and with all the modalities of learning, there stands one factor that is common to all modalities: “distance learning.” In order to execute distance learning properly, teachers must be technology literate, meaning he or she must be able to find, design and use technological tools for learning. Zoom and Google Classroom are technologies that enable distance learning for those with good internet access. But then, there must be good alternative technologies as well. FB Messenger may be a good means for students with limited online access, and printed modules are perfect learning materials for many who do not have good access to new media forms.
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