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11. Media and Information Literacy (MIL) - People Media
Learning Competencies
Students will be able to…
cite studies showing proofs of positive and negative effects of media, information on individual and society (MIL11/12PM-IVa-1);
describe the different dimensions of people media (MIL11/12PM-IVa-1); and
categorize different examples of people and state reasons for such categorization (MIL11/12PM-IVa-2).

Content
A. People as Media and People in Media
1. Definition
2. Characteristics
3. Format and Types
4. Advantages and Limitations
5. Value
6. Others

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Media and Information Literacy (MIL) - 11. People Media

  1. 1. MEDIA AND INFORMATION LITERACY (MIL) People Media Mr. Arniel Ping St. Stephen’s High School Manila, Philippines MIL PPT 22 Updated: June 11, 2017
  2. 2. LEARNING COMPETENCIES Learners will be able to… • define people media (SSHS); • Identify the types and characteristics of people media (SSHS); • compare people as media with people in media (SSHS); • describe the different dimensions of people media (MIL11/12PM-IVa-1);
  3. 3. LEARNING COMPETENCIES Learners will be able to… • categorize different examples of people and state reasons for such categorization (MIL11/12PM-IVa-2); and • cite studies showing proofs of positive and negative effects of media, information on individual and society (MIL11/12PM-IVa-1); and • evaluate the role played by people media as source of important information (SSHS).
  4. 4. TOPIC OUTLINE I-PEOPLE MEDIA A. Definition B. Types and Characteristics 1. People as Media 1.1. Opinion Leaders 1.2. Citizen Journalism 1.3. Social Journalism 1.4. Crowdsourcing 2. People in Media 2.1.Print Journalists 2.2.Photojournalists 2.3.Broadcast Journalists 2.3.Multimedia Journalist D. Advantages, Limitations, and Value E. Performance Task-Case Study
  5. 5. PEOPLE MEDIA refers to persons that are involved in the use, analysis, evaluation and production of media and information (Source: MIL Curriculum Guide by DepEd) People in Media and People as Media How do you understand the term “people media”?
  6. 6. Who do you think are “people media”? Photo Credit: https://www.shutterstock.com/video/clip-1251676-stock- footage-business-people-shaking-question-mark-signs.html
  7. 7. FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT. KEY TYPE. WRITE “PAS” FOR PEOPLE AS MEDIA AND “PIN” FOR PEOPLE IN MEDIA. 1. SHS Teacher 6. Radio Commentator 2. Independent Blogger 7. YouTubers 3. Print Journalist 8. News Reporter 4. Your Classmate 9. Facebook User 5. Movie Director 10. College Professor
  8. 8. FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT: VENN DIAGRAM People as Media People in Media • People who are well-oriented to media sources and messages and able to provide information as accurate and reliable as possible. • Media practitioners who provide information coming from their expert knowledge or first- hand experience of event. PEOPLE MEDIA
  9. 9. PEOPLE AS MEDIA 1.Opinion Leaders 2.Citizen Journalism 3.Social Journalism 4.Crowdsourcing Photo Credit: https://anhsg11gasa.wordpress.com/tag/people-as-media/
  10. 10. PEOPLE AS MEDIA OPINION LEADERS • highly exposed to and actively using media • source of viable interpretation of messages for lower- end media users • opinions are accepted by a group
  11. 11. Photo Credit: http://study.com/academy/lesson/two- step-flow-communication-model.html The Two-step Flow Communication Model (1944) Paul Lazarsfeld, Bernard Berelson, and Hazel Gaudet PEOPLE AS MEDIA: OPINION LEADERS
  12. 12. PEOPLE AS MEDIA CITIZEN JOURNALISM • People without professional journalism training can use the tools of modern technology and internet to create, augment or fact-check media on their own or in collaboration with others. Photo Credit: http://www.dgiwire.com/what- citizen-journalism-means-for-your-company/
  13. 13. PEOPLE AS MEDIA: CITIZEN JOURNALISM Photo Credit: https://mediu m.com/@steph enkhan/move- over-citizen- journalism- here-comes- smart- journalism- ace72f97a389# .sken4rj5m
  14. 14. PEOPLE AS MEDIA SOCIAL JOURNALISM •Journalists are using social media to make their content available to more people. Photo Credit: http://www.cision.com/us/resources/white- papers/social-journalism-study/
  15. 15. FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT CARTOON ANALYSIS: SOCIAL JOURNALISM Source: http://www.socialconnectblueprint.com/citizen-journalism-and- social-media-are-driving-the-information-revolution/
  16. 16. FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT: RECITATION What are the similarities and differences between citizen journalism and social journalism?
  17. 17. PEOPLE AS MEDIA CROWDSOURCING •the practice of obtaining needed services, ideas, or content by soliciting contributions from a large group of people and especially from the online community (Source: https://www.merriam- webster.com/dictionary/crowdsourcing) Photo Credit: http://www.richmedia.com/richideas/articles/c rowdsourcing-how-to-hire-the-world
  18. 18. EXAMPLE OF CROWDSOURCING Photo Credit: https://plus.google.com/+TripAdvisor
  19. 19. EXAMPLE OF CROWDSOURCING Photo Credit: https://www.waze.com/
  20. 20. EXAMPLE OF CROWDSOURCING Photo Credit: Wikipedia
  21. 21. PEOPLE IN MEDIA •media practitioners •provide information coming from their expert knowledge or first- hand experience of events Photo Credit: http://www.medianewser.com/2015/01/mnp-q-maricel-halili-news-correspondent.html
  22. 22. PEOPLE IN MEDIA TYPES OF JOURNALIST BY MEDIUM • Print Journalists • Photojournalists • Broadcast Journalists • Multimedia Journalist Photo Credit: http://www.123rf.com/stock-photo/camera.html http://www.nwitimes.com/entertainment/columnists/offbeat/offbeat-superman-s-alter-ego-clark-kent- quits-reporter-job/article_d1daf262-0f4a-5f37-92ff-f17dbafa0132.html http://karrierebibel.de/ausbildung-journalist/ https://clipartfest.com/">clipartfest.com</
  23. 23. PEOPLE IN MEDIA Photo Credit: http://beta.abs-cbn.com/schedule?day=0
  24. 24. PEOPLE IN MEDIA Photo Credit: http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/387200/cbb/gma-news-and-public- affairs-announces-big-changes-in-news-lineup
  25. 25. PEOPLE IN MEDIA Photo Credit: http://www.medianewser.com/2014/02/alex-santos-resurfaces-on-radio.html
  26. 26. PEOPLE IN MEDIA Photo Credit: https://twitter.com/josemariaclaro and http://www.philstar.com/opinion Philippine Daily Inquirer The Philippine Star
  27. 27. SUMMARY OF THE LESSON: PEOPLE IN MEDIA AND PEOPLE AS MEDIA People in Media People as Media Lower - end Media Users • media users • well-oriented to media sources and messages • intermediaries, provide information to lower- end media users • media practitioners • experts • provide information to media users • people with limited access to media and information
  28. 28. FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT: RECITATION 1.What is the difference between people as media and people in media? 2.What are the advantages and limitations of people as media? People in media?
  29. 29. FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT: CARTOON ANALYSIS Source: https://irisfan23.wordpress.com/2012/07/31/constructive- role-of-citizen-journalism-6/
  30. 30. PERFORMANCE TASK COOPERATIVE LEARNING: CASE STUDY Source: https://blog.hubspot.com/marketing/case-studies-marketing
  31. 31. COOPERATIVE LEARNING: CASE STUDY Suspek sa Pagpatay sa Isang Siklista, Binigyan ng MPD Ng Hanggang 5 p.m. Para Sumuko Published on Jul 27, 2016 by YouTube Channel: GMA News and Current Affairs Retrieved on Feb. 18, 2017 from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VE8GHioR1YU
  32. 32. IMPACT OF CITIZEN JOURNALISM AND SOCIAL MEDIA • The video of the road rage turned into shooting incident in Quiapo became viral after it was shared by Top Gear Philippines on Facebook. • Top Gear wrongfully accused Mr. Nestor Punzalan as the suspect in the said shooting incident. COOPERATIVE LEARNING: CASE STUDY
  33. 33. COOPERATIVE LEARNING: CASE STUDY IMPACT OF CITIZEN JOURNALISM AND SOCIAL MEDIA • Mr. Nestor Punzalan and his wife deactivated their Facebook accounts after receiving bashings and death threats. Mr. Punzalan even went to the police to clear his name. • Undeniably, social media was also instrumental in the arrest of the suspect Vhon Tanto who later admitted his crime on national television.
  34. 34. COOPERATIVE LEARNING: CASE STUDY GUIDE QUESTIONS 1. How was Mr. Nestor Punzalan affected by being wrongfully accused in social media as the suspect in the said shooting incident? 2. What is the liability of Top Gear, other media outlets, and netizens who wrongfully accused Mr. Nestor Punzalan as the suspect in the said shooting incident?
  35. 35. COOPERATIVE LEARNING: CASE STUDY GUIDE QUESTIONS 3. What role was played by citizen journalism and social media in this incident? 4. What positive and negative effects of media and information on individual and society were evident in this incident?
  36. 36. COOPERATIVE LEARNING: CASE STUDY GUIDE QUESTIONS 5. How can we prevent this kind of incident as experienced by Mr. Punzalan from happening in the future? 6. What important lessons can we learn from this event as a social media user?
  37. 37. REFERENCES • Media and Information Literacy Curriculum Guide by DepEd • Media and Information Literacy by Boots Liquigan, Diwa • http://communicationtheory.org/two- step-flow-theory-2/ • http://mediashift.org/2006/09/your- guide-to-citizen-journalism270/
  38. 38. REFERENCES • https://mobilizingideas.wordpress.com/20 12/09/03/people-as-media-campaigns- and-actually-existing-democracy/ • http://groups.haas.berkeley.edu/marketing /sics/SICS%202008%20Papers/m.pdf • http://journalistsresource.org/studies/socie ty/social-media/social-media-sharing- news-opinion-leadership
  39. 39. REFERENCES • http://blog.storyful.com/2014/03/12/te n-principles-that-power-social- journalism/#.V7lSuVR944l • https://gigaom.com/2014/04/01/social -journalism-and-open-platforms-are- the-new-normal-now-we-have-to- make-them-work/
  40. 40. REFERENCES • http://www.cbsnews.com/news/what-is- crowdsourcing/ • http://learn.org/articles/What_are_the_Diff erent_Types_of_Journalism.html • http://www.thenewsmanual.net/Manuals%2 0Volume%201/volume1_02.htm • http://www.salzburg.umd.edu/lessons/citi zen-journalism

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