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NATIONAL COLLEGE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL


Amafel Building, Aguinaldo Highway, Dasmarias, Cavite
Tel. No.: (046)416-6278 Telefax: (046)416-0166 Mobile No.:+63918-888-6278
www.ncst.edu.ph
SHS ACAD_FORM_01
DATE: NOVEMBER 12, 2016

I. COURSE IDENTIFICATION
ACADEMIC TRACK : STEM, HUMSS, GAS , ABM
II. COURSE OBJECTIVES
SUBJECT CODE : CORE010
III. LEARNING
SUBJECT
MEDIA
REFERENCES AND INFORMATION LITERACY
GENERALTITLE
OBJECTIVES: : MEDIAAtANDtheINFORMATION LITERACY
end of the semester the students must able to :
IV. COURSE OUTLINE
SUBJECT
1. Describe
REFERENCES: SUBJECT INSTRUCTIONAL PLAN (SIP)
DESCRIPTION
how
Media : The course
andcommunication
Information introduces
LiteracyisModule
affectedtheby
learners
mediatoand basic understanding of media
information, and
information as channels
2. Identify
TEXTBOOK: of communication
the similarities and tools for among
and differences the development of individuals
media literacy, and societies.
information It also
literacy
aims WEEK
to develop
and students
technology to be creative
literacy, and LESSONS
critical thinkers as well as responsible users and HOURS
competent
V. REQUIREMENTS
producers of media andthe
3. Editorialize information.
value of being a media and information literate individual,
VI. 4.
GRADING
Identify SYSTEM FIRST QUARTER user and competent producers of
1. Regularcharacteristics/describe
Attendance a responsible
WEEK 1 media and Introduction
information, to Media and Information Literacy 4
WRITTEN 2. WORK
Oral Reports/Presentation
(25%)
WEEK5.2 Share The Evolution of Traditional to New
to class media habits, lifestyles and preferences,Media 4
3. Symposium
PERFORMANCE TASK (50%) media
WEEK6.3 Identify Information
traditional Literacyand new media, and their relationship, 4
QUARTERLY
PREPARED:4. Strictly follow the
ASSESSMENT (25%)indicated number of quizzes and activities.
WEEK
WEEK
Types of Media:
EMMANUEL M. MERCADO
Print, Broadcast and New Media
7.4 Editorialize the role and function of media in a democratic society, and
8.5 Search Media
the latest theory onSources,
and Information information and media.
LONG EXAMINATION
4
4
TOTAL (100%)
WEEK 6 Media and Information Languages, Legal, Ethical and Societal Issues in Media 4
SUBJECT TEACHER
and Information
CHECKED:
WEEK 7
WEEK 8
EMILY P. BALUYOT, PH. D
Opportunities, Challenges, and Power of Media and Information
Current and Future Trends of Media and Information
4
4
WEEK 9 QUARTERLY EXAMINATION 4
ACADEMIC COORDINATOR
SECOND QUARTER
RECOMMENDED:
WEEK 10 Media and Information Literate Individual, People Media 4
WEEK 11 Text Information and Media 4
WEEK 12
CAROLINA P. BAYLEN, MBA
Visual Information and Media 4
PRINCIPAL
WEEK 13 Audio Information and Media 4
APPROVED
WEEK 14 : Motion Information and Media 4
WEEK 15 Manipulative Information and Media 4
WEEK 16 ENGR.
Multimedia Information and Media,ERWINSON B. ATANACIO
LONG EXAMINATION 4
WEEK 17 VICE-PRESIDENT FOR INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT & DIRECTOR FOR ACADEMICS
SYMPOSIUM 4
WEEK 18
VERSIONNO. :2 QUARTERLY EXAMINATION 4
18 ON :November 13,2016
MODIFIED TOTAL WEEK NO. / TOTAL NO. OF HOURS 72
MODIFIED BY : Myra V. Delos Santos

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