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Media and Information Literacy (MIL) 4. Types of Media (Part 3)- Understanding Propaganda in the Digital World

Learners will be able to…
define propaganda;
1. discuss how to identify propaganda materials;
2. analyze the spread of propaganda in social media;
3. evaluate the dangers of propaganda; and
4. value the importance of understanding propaganda.

I- Propaganda
A.Definitions
B.Importance of Understanding Propaganda
C.How to Spot Propaganda
D.Propaganda in the Digital World
II- Performance Task: Written Work
III- Assignment
IV- Agreement

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Media and Information Literacy (MIL) 4. Types of Media (Part 3)- Understanding Propaganda in the Digital World

  1. 1. MEDIA AND INFORMATION LITERACY (MIL) Types of Media (Part 3) Understanding Propaganda in the Digital World Mr. Arniel Ping St. Stephen’s High School Manila, Philippines MIL PPT 8 Revised: June 11, 2017
  2. 2. Learners will be able to… • define propaganda (SSHS); • discuss the characteristics of propaganda materials (SSHS); • explain the need to be aware and understand propaganda materials (SSHS); Learning Competencies
  3. 3. Learners will be able to… • identify propaganda materials that are spread on social media (SSHS); and • evaluate the dangers of propaganda to a democratic country (SSHS). Learning Competencies
  4. 4. I- Media A- Propaganda 1. Definitions 2. Importance of Understanding Propaganda 3. How to Spot Propaganda 4. Dangers of Propaganda TOPIC OUTLINE
  5. 5. I- Media (continuation) B. Performance Task (Individual Work): 1. Written Work-Reaction Paper 2. Research: Propaganda Materials on Facebook TOPIC OUTLINE
  6. 6. HOW SOCIAL MEDIA FOR PROPAGANDA IS BIG BUSINESS YouTube Channel: ABS-CBN News, Date Uploaded: October 6, 2016, Date retrieved October 28, 2016 from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5J0uQwY5zIQ CURRENT EVENTS
  7. 7. • ideas or statements that are often false or exaggerated and that are spread in order to help a cause, a political leader, a government, etc. (http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/propaganda) Photo Credit https://mamimomikuto.wordpre ss.com/page/16/ WHAT IS PROPAGANDA?
  8. 8. • Information, especially of a biased or misleading nature, used to promote a political cause or point of view (https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/propaganda) Photo Credit https://mamimomikuto.wordpre ss.com/page/16/ WHAT IS PROPAGANDA?
  9. 9. •Propaganda manipulates and diverts you from logical analysis of issues. •Propaganda hides the truth. •By understanding propaganda, you will be able to protect yourself from deceitful tactics. Photo Credit https://mamimomikuto.wordpre ss.com/page/16/ WHY BE AWARE OF PROPAGANDA?
  10. 10. Propaganda… •attacks a person instead of a principle or issue •suppresses evidence that does not support its causePhoto Credit https://mamimomikuto.wordpre ss.com/page/16/ HOW TO SPOT PROPAGANDA?
  11. 11. Propaganda… •relies on emotion instead of logical evidence •introduces irrelevant or unproved evidencePhoto Credit https://mamimomikuto.wordpre ss.com/page/16/ HOW TO SPOT PROPAGANDA?
  12. 12. Propaganda… •distorts and oversimplify evidence •shows internal inconsistency after examining factsPhoto Credit https://mamimomikuto.wordpre ss.com/page/16/ HOW TO SPOT PROPAGANDA?
  13. 13. Propaganda materials are… • now in digital form • posted, shared, liked, commented, and debated on social media particularly on Facebook PROPAGANDA IN A DIGITAL WORLD
  14. 14. Photo Credit https://mamimomikuto.wordpre ss.com/page/16/ • No to propaganda in Facebook! • Yes in using Facebook to educate the Filipinos. Photo Credit: http://www.wellcuratedlife.com/wp- content/uploads/2015/07/Facebook.jpg
  15. 15. Photo Credit https://mamimomikuto.wordpre ss.com/page/16/ • No to propaganda in Facebook! • Yes in debating issues using logical arguments. • Yes to respecting each other over issues with disagreement. Photo Credit: http://www.loripuente.co m/wp- content/uploads/2011/01/ agreement.jpg
  16. 16. Photo Credit https://mamimomikuto.wordpre ss.com/page/16/ • No to propaganda in Facebook! • Yes to logical analysis of issues concerning our beloved country, the Philippines! Photo Credit: https://restlesswanderwoman.fil es.wordpress.com/2015/11/flag- map_of_the_philippines.png
  17. 17. “ Propaganda War: Weaponizing the Internet” by Maria Ressa Link http://www.rappler.com/nation/148007-propaganda- war-weaponizing-internet CLASS ACTIVITY: READ, ANALYZE, AND REACT!
  18. 18. Photo Credit https://mamimomikuto.wordpre ss.com/page/16/ 1. What does weaponizing the internet means? 2. What do you think are the real dangers of propaganda? Why? FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT: RECITATION
  19. 19. •Write a reaction paper about the news article “Weaponizing the Internet” by Ms. Maria Ressa. •Your reaction paper must have a title, an introduction, a body paragraph (1 main argument with 2 examples), and a conclusion. •Not less than 12 sentences •Refer to the rubric for criteria and grading. Performance Task: Written Output
  20. 20. Very Good Good Poor Needs Improvement INTRODUCTION Background/ Define the Problem Well-developed introductory paragraph contains detailed background information, a clear explanation or definition of the problem. (5 points) Introductory paragraph contains some background information and states the problem, but does not explain using details. (4 points) Introduction does not adequately explain the background of the problem. The problem is stated, but lacks detail. (2 points) Introduction was not presented. (0 points) Rubric
  21. 21. Very Good Good Poor Needs Improvement BODY PARAGRAPHS Main Argument Argument is well developed with supporting examples. (5 points) Argument was presented with some supporting examples. (4 points) Argument was presented but lacks examples. (2 points) Argument was not presented. (0 points) CONCLUSION Conclusion was presented. Opinions and suggestions for change are logical and well thought out. (5 points) Conclusion was presented with some suggestions for change are evident. (4 points) Conclusion was presented but no suggestions for change and/or opinions are included. ( 2points) Conclusion was not presented. (0 points) Rubric (cont.)
  22. 22. Photo Credit https://mamimomikuto.wordpre ss.com/page/16/ 1. Look for a propaganda posted on Facebook. 2. Print screen, past it on MS Word (letter size). Crop it if needed, size must not be more than 5 x 5 inches. ASSIGNMENT
  23. 23. Photo Credit https://mamimomikuto.wordpre ss.com/page/16/ 3. Prove that the post is a propaganda material. Answer in not less than 3 sentences. ( Font: Times New Roman, Font Size: 12) 4. To be submitted in Edmodo within 4 days from now. ASSIGNMENT (continuation)
  24. 24. Introducing the #HindiTama project by GMA News, Published: October 28, 2016 Link http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/586806/has htag/introducing-the-hinditama-project AGREEMENT READ THIS NEWS ARTICLE.
  25. 25. REFERENCES • https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/propaganda • http://www.merriam- webster.com/dictionary/propaganda • http://ctl.byu.edu/sites/default/files/docs/critical_readin g_mini-lessons/65-Spotting_Propaganda.pdf • http://www.rappler.com/nation/148007-propaganda- war-weaponizing-internet
  26. 26. PHOTO CREDIT • https://mamimomikuto.wordpress.com/page/16/ • http://www.wellcuratedlife.com/wp- content/uploads/2015/07/Facebook.jpg • http://www.loripuente.com/wp- content/uploads/2011/01/agreement.jpg • https://restlesswanderwoman.files.wordpress.com/ 2015/11/flag-map_of_the_philippines.png

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