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Reading and
Writing Skills
Karl Patrick Nikko B. Dela Cruz
Master Teacher I – SDO Malolos
Decision Point
„To be, or not to be...“
Start a fire.
Search for food and
water.
Slide 6
Try to find help.
Build a shelter.
Building a shelter:
Try to find help.
You may increase your chances of being rescued or
finding civilization, but it may be difficult to find your
way and you may be vulnerable to the elements.
Trying to find help:
Searching for food and water: You may find enough to
sustain yourself, but it may take time and energy away from
other tasks like building a shelter or finding help.
Let the Zombies eat
your brain.
Search for other
survivors.
Fight for safety.
Stay in one place.
Stay in one place.:
Try to find help.
You may be able to fight off zombies and make your
way to safety, but it could also be dangerous and
require a lot of resources.
Fight for Safety:
Colonize other planets.
Gather all your resources.
Handle the challenges
calmly.
Approach the planet
carefully.
Approach the planet carefully:
Try to find help.
You may find creative solutions and overcome
obstacles, but it could also require you to take risks or
make sacrifices.
Handle the challenges calmly:
Explore an unexplored
part of the history.
Travel to the future.
Slide 21
Visit a historical event.
Go back in time to
prevent a disaster.
Go back in time to prevent a
disaster:
Try to find help.
You may witness an important moment in history, but
it could also put you in danger or alter the course of
events.
Visit a historical event:
You may witness discover a lost civilization
or a mysterious event that has never been
fully explained.
Hypertexts
MOST ESSENTIAL
LEARNING
COMPETENCY
Identify the context in which a text was
developed
a. Hypertext
b. Intertext
Hypertextis a non-linear form of writing that allows
readers to interact with the text by selecting hyperlinks, which are
clickable links that take them to other parts of the document or to
external sources. The concept of hypertext was first proposed by Ted
Nelson in 1965, but it was not until the development of the World
Wide Web in the early 1990s that hypertext became widely used.
26
1. Non-linear structure: Allows for non-sequential
reading and organization of information]
2. Links and cross-referencing: Connects related
content across multiple pages or documents
3. Multimedia elements: Includes text, images,
audio, and video for a more engaging user
experience
4. User interaction and customization: Allows users
to navigate, search, and personalize their
experience
Characteristics of Hypertexts
27
•Web pages: Commonly used to share information and content on
the internet
•E-books: Digital books that may contain hyperlinks and
multimedia elements
•Interactive tutorials: Online educational tools that use hypertexts
to facilitate learning
•Online databases: Collection of information that can be accessed
and searched using hypertext links
•Hypermedia: Multimedia content that uses hyperlinks to connect
related pieces of information
Types of Hypertexts
28
•Increased accessibility: Provides a more flexible and user-friendly way
to access and navigate content
•Improved user engagement: Multimedia elements and user interaction
features can increase engagement and understanding
•Better organization and navigation: Non-linear structure and links allow
for more effective organization and navigation of complex information
•Greater flexibility in content delivery: Hypertexts can be updated and
modified easily, and can be accessed from a variety of devices and
locations
29
•Wikipedia: Online encyclopedia that uses
hypertext links to connect related articles and
information
•Khan Academy: Online educational platform that
uses interactive tutorials and hypertexts to teach
a variety of subjects
•TED Talks: Video platform that uses hypertext
links to connect related talks and provide
additional resources
•Online news articles: Include hypertext links to
related articles, sources, and background
information
Hypertext is text displayed on a computer display or
other electronic devices with references (hyperlinks) to other
text that the reader can immediately access.[1] Hypertext
documents are interconnected by hyperlinks, which are typically
activated by a mouse click, keypress set, or screen touch. Apart
from text, the term "hypertext" is also sometimes used to
describe tables, images, and other presentational content
formats with integrated hyperlinks. Hypertext is one of the key
underlying concepts of the World Wide Web,[2] where Web
pages are often written in the Hypertext Markup
Language (HTML). As implemented on the Web, hypertext
enables the easy-to-use publication of information over
the Internet.
Contents
•(Top)
•Etymology
•Types and uses
of hypertext
•History
“Think, Pair, Share”
Group Activity
41
42
Think: You will be given few minutes to individually think about and jot
down their responses to the following prompt.
Pair: Next, You need to pair up with a partner and share their
responses with each other. Discuss any similarities or differences
between their responses and to ask each other questions to clarify any
confusion.
Share: The discussion will be open to the class to share some of the
key points discussed in pairs.
43
"What is
hypertext and
how is it different
from traditional
text?"
44
What are some examples of
hypertext that you've
encountered in your life?
45
How do you personally
interact with hypertext?
What do you like or dislike
about it?
Mission Possible
All by myself
46
47
Objective: Design a hypertext for an online store
Scenario: You are working as a user experience
designer for an online store that sells clothing and
accessories. The hypertext should be easy to
navigate and include categories for men's and
women's clothing, as well as accessories. The
hypertext should also include a search function
and links to related products.
Write an outline for this mission. Underline the
words that will be used as hypertexts.
48
Objective: Design a hypertext for your strand
Scenario: You are a professor at a university and
want to create a hypertext for your course that
includes readings, lecture notes, and other
resources. The hypertext should be easy to
navigate and include links to related materials.
The hypertext should also include a discussion
forum for students to ask questions and interact
with each other.
Write an outline for this mission. Underline the
words that will be used as hypertexts.
Let’s Wrap up!
49
Exit Ticket
Give one word that you can
remember in today’s lesson.
Lights,
camera,
action!
50
“
You can speak well if your tongue can
deliver the message of your heart.”
– John Ford
51
Ariel, the youngest daughter
of the kingdom Atlantica's
ruler King Triton, is
fascinated with the human
world but mermaids are
forbidden to explore it. After
saving Prince Eric from a
shipwreck and falling in love
with him, she becomes
determined to be with him in
the world above water.
These actions lead to a
confrontation with her father
and an encounter with the
conniving sea witch Ursula,
making a deal with her to
trade her beautiful voice for
human legs so she can
discover the world above
water and impress Eric.
However, this ultimately
places her life in jeopardy.
Ariel is the youngest of King Triton
and Queen Athena's seven
daughters. She is often seen in the
company of Flounder and
Sebastian.
He is Ariel's best friend, who
regularly embarks on her
adventures despite his cowardly
demeanor. Although his name
would imply otherwise, he is not a
flounder, but rather a tropical yellow
fish with teal stripes.
He is a red, Jamaican-accented
crab who serves as King Triton's
advisor and "distinguished" court
composer.
King Triton is the ruler of Atlantica
who has white hair, a white beard,
and a white mustache, husband of
Queen Athena, the father of Ariel,
and grandfather of Melody.
In folklore, a mermaid is an aquatic
creature with the head and upper
body of a female human and the tail
of a fish. Mermaids appear in the
folklore of many cultures worldwide,
including Europe, Asia, and Africa.
Eric is a human prince rescued by
Ariel when he almost drowns in a
storm at sea. She drags him to
shore and sings to him, leaving Eric
haunted by her voice. He searches
the kingdom for her to no avail.
Ursula is a villainous sea witch who
offers a mermaid princess named
Ariel a temporary opportunity to
become human so that she may
earn the love of Prince Eric within
three days.
Read and summarize “At Nightfall, the Goldfish” by Melody Mou
https://thenewriver.us/wp-content/uploads/2021/Spring%202021%20Full%20Piece%20Uploads/Mou-2/AtNightfalltheGoldfish-main%202/Goldfish.html
Home delight!
What is an intertext?
A. Salient Features
B. Examples
63
Thanks! To God be the
Glory!
Any questions?
You can find me at
karlpatricknikko.delacruz@deped.gov.ph
64

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Reading and Writing Skills Hypertext Guide

  • 1. Reading and Writing Skills Karl Patrick Nikko B. Dela Cruz Master Teacher I – SDO Malolos
  • 2. Decision Point „To be, or not to be...“
  • 3. Start a fire. Search for food and water. Slide 6 Try to find help. Build a shelter.
  • 5.
  • 6. Try to find help. You may increase your chances of being rescued or finding civilization, but it may be difficult to find your way and you may be vulnerable to the elements. Trying to find help:
  • 7. Searching for food and water: You may find enough to sustain yourself, but it may take time and energy away from other tasks like building a shelter or finding help.
  • 8. Let the Zombies eat your brain. Search for other survivors. Fight for safety. Stay in one place.
  • 9. Stay in one place.:
  • 10.
  • 11. Try to find help. You may be able to fight off zombies and make your way to safety, but it could also be dangerous and require a lot of resources. Fight for Safety:
  • 12.
  • 13. Colonize other planets. Gather all your resources. Handle the challenges calmly. Approach the planet carefully.
  • 14. Approach the planet carefully:
  • 15.
  • 16. Try to find help. You may find creative solutions and overcome obstacles, but it could also require you to take risks or make sacrifices. Handle the challenges calmly:
  • 17.
  • 18. Explore an unexplored part of the history. Travel to the future. Slide 21 Visit a historical event. Go back in time to prevent a disaster.
  • 19. Go back in time to prevent a disaster:
  • 20.
  • 21. Try to find help. You may witness an important moment in history, but it could also put you in danger or alter the course of events. Visit a historical event:
  • 22. You may witness discover a lost civilization or a mysterious event that has never been fully explained.
  • 24. MOST ESSENTIAL LEARNING COMPETENCY Identify the context in which a text was developed a. Hypertext b. Intertext
  • 25. Hypertextis a non-linear form of writing that allows readers to interact with the text by selecting hyperlinks, which are clickable links that take them to other parts of the document or to external sources. The concept of hypertext was first proposed by Ted Nelson in 1965, but it was not until the development of the World Wide Web in the early 1990s that hypertext became widely used.
  • 26. 26 1. Non-linear structure: Allows for non-sequential reading and organization of information] 2. Links and cross-referencing: Connects related content across multiple pages or documents 3. Multimedia elements: Includes text, images, audio, and video for a more engaging user experience 4. User interaction and customization: Allows users to navigate, search, and personalize their experience Characteristics of Hypertexts
  • 27. 27 •Web pages: Commonly used to share information and content on the internet •E-books: Digital books that may contain hyperlinks and multimedia elements •Interactive tutorials: Online educational tools that use hypertexts to facilitate learning •Online databases: Collection of information that can be accessed and searched using hypertext links •Hypermedia: Multimedia content that uses hyperlinks to connect related pieces of information Types of Hypertexts
  • 28. 28 •Increased accessibility: Provides a more flexible and user-friendly way to access and navigate content •Improved user engagement: Multimedia elements and user interaction features can increase engagement and understanding •Better organization and navigation: Non-linear structure and links allow for more effective organization and navigation of complex information •Greater flexibility in content delivery: Hypertexts can be updated and modified easily, and can be accessed from a variety of devices and locations
  • 29. 29 •Wikipedia: Online encyclopedia that uses hypertext links to connect related articles and information •Khan Academy: Online educational platform that uses interactive tutorials and hypertexts to teach a variety of subjects •TED Talks: Video platform that uses hypertext links to connect related talks and provide additional resources •Online news articles: Include hypertext links to related articles, sources, and background information
  • 30. Hypertext is text displayed on a computer display or other electronic devices with references (hyperlinks) to other text that the reader can immediately access.[1] Hypertext documents are interconnected by hyperlinks, which are typically activated by a mouse click, keypress set, or screen touch. Apart from text, the term "hypertext" is also sometimes used to describe tables, images, and other presentational content formats with integrated hyperlinks. Hypertext is one of the key underlying concepts of the World Wide Web,[2] where Web pages are often written in the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML). As implemented on the Web, hypertext enables the easy-to-use publication of information over the Internet. Contents •(Top) •Etymology •Types and uses of hypertext •History
  • 31.
  • 32.
  • 33.
  • 34.
  • 35.
  • 36.
  • 37.
  • 38.
  • 39.
  • 40.
  • 42. 42 Think: You will be given few minutes to individually think about and jot down their responses to the following prompt. Pair: Next, You need to pair up with a partner and share their responses with each other. Discuss any similarities or differences between their responses and to ask each other questions to clarify any confusion. Share: The discussion will be open to the class to share some of the key points discussed in pairs.
  • 43. 43 "What is hypertext and how is it different from traditional text?"
  • 44. 44 What are some examples of hypertext that you've encountered in your life?
  • 45. 45 How do you personally interact with hypertext? What do you like or dislike about it?
  • 47. 47 Objective: Design a hypertext for an online store Scenario: You are working as a user experience designer for an online store that sells clothing and accessories. The hypertext should be easy to navigate and include categories for men's and women's clothing, as well as accessories. The hypertext should also include a search function and links to related products. Write an outline for this mission. Underline the words that will be used as hypertexts.
  • 48. 48 Objective: Design a hypertext for your strand Scenario: You are a professor at a university and want to create a hypertext for your course that includes readings, lecture notes, and other resources. The hypertext should be easy to navigate and include links to related materials. The hypertext should also include a discussion forum for students to ask questions and interact with each other. Write an outline for this mission. Underline the words that will be used as hypertexts.
  • 49. Let’s Wrap up! 49 Exit Ticket Give one word that you can remember in today’s lesson.
  • 51. “ You can speak well if your tongue can deliver the message of your heart.” – John Ford 51
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  • 53. Ariel, the youngest daughter of the kingdom Atlantica's ruler King Triton, is fascinated with the human world but mermaids are forbidden to explore it. After saving Prince Eric from a shipwreck and falling in love with him, she becomes determined to be with him in the world above water.
  • 54. These actions lead to a confrontation with her father and an encounter with the conniving sea witch Ursula, making a deal with her to trade her beautiful voice for human legs so she can discover the world above water and impress Eric. However, this ultimately places her life in jeopardy.
  • 55. Ariel is the youngest of King Triton and Queen Athena's seven daughters. She is often seen in the company of Flounder and Sebastian.
  • 56. He is Ariel's best friend, who regularly embarks on her adventures despite his cowardly demeanor. Although his name would imply otherwise, he is not a flounder, but rather a tropical yellow fish with teal stripes.
  • 57. He is a red, Jamaican-accented crab who serves as King Triton's advisor and "distinguished" court composer.
  • 58. King Triton is the ruler of Atlantica who has white hair, a white beard, and a white mustache, husband of Queen Athena, the father of Ariel, and grandfather of Melody.
  • 59. In folklore, a mermaid is an aquatic creature with the head and upper body of a female human and the tail of a fish. Mermaids appear in the folklore of many cultures worldwide, including Europe, Asia, and Africa.
  • 60. Eric is a human prince rescued by Ariel when he almost drowns in a storm at sea. She drags him to shore and sings to him, leaving Eric haunted by her voice. He searches the kingdom for her to no avail.
  • 61. Ursula is a villainous sea witch who offers a mermaid princess named Ariel a temporary opportunity to become human so that she may earn the love of Prince Eric within three days.
  • 62. Read and summarize “At Nightfall, the Goldfish” by Melody Mou https://thenewriver.us/wp-content/uploads/2021/Spring%202021%20Full%20Piece%20Uploads/Mou-2/AtNightfalltheGoldfish-main%202/Goldfish.html
  • 63. Home delight! What is an intertext? A. Salient Features B. Examples 63
  • 64. Thanks! To God be the Glory! Any questions? You can find me at karlpatricknikko.delacruz@deped.gov.ph 64