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Date: July 25, 2016 Time: 7:30AM – 9:30 AM

Subject: Media and Information Literacy Duration: 60 minutes


Grade/Sec.: 11 / TVL-ICT (Batangas) Code: MIL11/12MIS-IIIe-13

CONTENT: CONTENT STANDARD: PERFORMANCE STANDARD:


 Media and Information Sources  The learner demonstrates  The learner organizes a creative and
- Indigenous understanding of media and interactive symposium for the
- Library information literacy (MIL) and MIL community focusing on being a media
- Internet related concepts. and information literate individual.
- Others

OBJECTIVES:
At the end of the lesson, the students would be able to:
1. Enumerate and identify the media and information sources; and
2. compare potential sources of media and information.

SUBJECT MATTER:
Topic: MEDIA AND INFORMATION SOURCES
References:
 www.ais.up.ac.za
 www.lib.vt.edu/help/research/info-sources
Materials: Visual Aids, Chalk and Board, Activity Sheets, Bond Papers, Pen / Marker

TEACHING PROCEDURES DURATION


1. PRE-ACTIVITY
a. Greeting the class.
b. Checking the attendance.
c. Review of the past lesson: 5 minutes
i. Let students share their thoughts about what they have learned on media
convergence.

2. MOTIVATION
Ask:
 Where do we easily get information these days?
 What do you think are the means of getting information before?
 Explain their difference in terms of: 5 minutes
1. Accessibility;
2. Reliability; and
3. Distribution.

3. ACTIVITY:
a. An activity sheet will be given to the students which were divided into 4 groups.
They will determine the sources of the information given to them.
b. After this activity, a representative of the group will explain their answers on the
class.
15 minutes
ANALYSIS:
1. What are your steps to solve the problem?
2. How did you identify the sources of information?
3. Where did you get the information to do the activity?

4. ABSTRACTION
a. Different types of questions require different sources of information. Information
sources may be observations, people, speeches, documents, pictures,
10 minutes
organizations, websites, etc. They may be primary sources, secondary sources,
tertiary sources and so on.
5. APPLICATION
a. Students will create an information source table in a long bond paper.

15 minutes

b.Their works will be graded using the following criteria:


Speed = 5
Neatness = 5
Objectivity = 5
Total = 15
6. EVALUATION
On their notebooks, the students will answer the following:
1. Collections of short, factual entries often written by different contributors who
are knowledgeable about the topic. (Encyclopedia)
2. It has the ability to quickly link to other related information. (internet/web)
3. It is a collection of articles usually written by scholars in an academic or 5
professional field. (journals)
4. It is a collection of articles and images about diverse topics of popular interest
and current events. (magazine)
5. The facts provided or learned about something or someone. (information).
7. ASSIGNMENT:
Interviews an elder from the community regarding indigenous media and information 5
resource. Write your answers in your notebooks.

REMARKS:
GRADE/SECTION NO. OF PASSERS MEAN SD MPS

G11 / SMAW A

G11 / HE A&B

Other Notes:
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Prepared by:

DARYL A. PERALTA
Teacher

Checked:

EMMA LIM IZON


OIC – Principal I