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GRADE TWELVE/ABM
Detailed Teaching Syllabus

1stSemester , Subject Code/Number Subject Title: Units (Lecture) Units (Lab) Prerequisite
Academic Year:
2019-2020 Media and Information 4.5 0 None
Literacy
Institutional Outcome:

PROGRAM OUTCOMES: (CMO # 30, s. 2013).

SUBJECT OUTCOME:
At the end of the semester the Grade 12 Senior High School learner are expected to:
1. Define the key concepts (media, information, technology literacy, and media and information literacies).
2. Compare and relate media and information literacy framework to their own understandings and competencies.
3. Identify the importance of proper sourcing of data.
4. Appraise the value of ethical use in communicating information of their daily lives.
5. Discuss how media personalities/influence of media could greatly affect society.

GENERAL SUBJECT DESCRIPTION: This subject will give the learners activating prior knowledge, understanding the concepts, checking understanding, reflecting concepts
and enriching knowledge. First it will provide an introduction to media and information literacy. In addition it will assist the learners in understanding the news, media and
information. Followed by enhancing one’s knowledge on media, technology and the global village. Lastly the learners will expose the individuals to languages in media and
information. This could be achieved through effective communication to improve the learners ability to apply and understand media and information literacy.
SUBJECT CALENDAR
UNITS/TOPICS/SUBJECT MATTER No. of Hours Jun Week Jul Aug Week Sep Week Oct Week
Week
Lec. Lab Total 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4
1. Introduction to Media and Information Literacy
a. Media Literacy
b. Information Literacy 4.5 4.5 X
c. Technology Literacy
2. The Evolution of Tradition to New Media
a. Prehistoric Age
b. Industrial Age 9 9 X X
c. Electronic Age
New (Information) Age
3. Information Literacy

4.5 9 X

4. Types of Media
a. Print (books, newsletter, magazines, journals, and other X X
printed materials)
b. Broadcast (radio, television, and film) 9 9
c. New Media (internet)

5. Media and Information Sources


a. Indigenous
b. Library X X
c. Internet
d. Others 9 9
6. Media and Information Languages
a. Codes, Conventions, and Messages,
b. Audience, Producers, and other stakeholders X X
9 9

7. Legal, Ethical, and Societal Issues in Media and Information


a. Copy Right/Fair Use/Plagiarism
b. Netiquette
c. Digital Divide, Addiction, and Bullying 9 9 X X
d. Virtual Self
e. Others

8. Opportunities, Challenges, and Power of Media and


Information
a. Economic, Educational, Social, and Political 9 9 X X
b. Threats, Risks, Abuse, and Misuse

9. Current and Future Trends of Media and Information


a. Massive open online content
b. Wearable technology (i.e. 3D printers, 3D films, 9 9 X X
holograms, etc)
c. Ubiquitous Learning
Others
10. Media and Information Literate Individual
a. Improved quality of life
b. Greater political participation 9 9 X X
c. Better economic opportunities
d. Improved learning environment
e. More cohesive social units
Others

Total 80 80
INTENDED LEARNING
Week/Inclusiv TOPICS OUTCOME (ILO) TEACHING-LEARNING ASSESSMENT TIME REFERENCES/ REMARKS
e Date (Knowledge, ACTIVITIES TASK FRAME TEACHING
Understanding, DEVICES
Proficiency)
1. Introduction to Describe how The facilitator will divided the Activity 1
Media and communication is affected learners into 4 groups then they Media Platforms
Information by media and information. are going to rate the media R1
Week 1 Literacy platforms. 1 Weeks R2
a. Media Literacy R3
b. Information Identify the similarities and The facilitator will ask the Exercise 1 R4
Literacy differences of media learners to state the meaning of Define in 1 word R5
c. Technology literacy, information the following literacy on their
Literacy literacy and technology own words.
literacy

Demonstrate an The facilitator will divide the Activity 2


understanding of media and learners into 3 groups to show Interactive Word
information sources and common online activities to have Wall
value them a survey that would fall under
three literacies.

2. The Evolution of Identify traditional media The facilitator will ask the Activity 3
Tradition to New and new media and their learners what format/equipment Filling-out the
Media relationship people used to communicate each table
a. Prehistoric Age other. R1
Week 2-3 b. Industrial Age Exercise 2 R2
c. Electronic Age Discuss the roles and The facilitator will ask the leaners Pass it On R3
d. New functions of media in to list all things that media has 2 Weeks R4
(Information) democratic society secure in democratic society. Activity 3 R5
Age Affect Me
Activity 4
3. Information Define information needs, The facilitator will group the Defining
Literacy locates, accesses, assesses, learners into 4 groups to discuss Information R1
Week 4 organizes and each connection. 1 week R2
communicates information Exercise 3 R3
The facilitator will ask the Connecting R4
Demonstrate the ethical use learners make a circle then they R5
of information are going to give an idea about
the topic.

4. Types of Media Identify different type of The facilitator will divide the Exercise 4
a. Print (books, media learners into 3 groups then they Pop-up R1
newsletter, are going to pop-up the balloons R2
Week 5-6 magazines, that they can get the topic. R3
journals, and 2 Weeks R4
other printed Define media convergence The facilitator will ask the leaners Performance Task R5
materials) in different context to interview three people on how 1
b. Broadcast their use new media networking Info- Challenge
(radio, sites in their lives after that they
television, and are going to compare it.
film)
c. New Media
(internet)
5. Media and Discuss the media and The facilitator will give ask the Exercise 5
Information information sources learners where they got the news Fact or Bluff
Sources and what they know about it
Week 7-8 a. Indigenous Exercise 6 R1
b. Library Message Relay 2 Weeks R2
c. Internet Identify the types of media The facilitator will divide the R3
d. Others and information sources learners into 4 groups then they Activity 5 R4
are going to make/compose a Lesson Lyrics R5
song about the topic.

6. Media and Evaluates everyday media The facilitator will give some Activity 6
Information and information with regard statement to the leaners then they Agree or Disagree
Languages to with codes, convention will share their thought/opinion
Week 9-10 a. Codes, and message; and how they about it. 2 Weeks R1
Conventions, and affect the audience, R2
Messages, producers, and other R3
b. Audience, stakeholders. R4
Producers, and R5
other stakeholders Identify the information is The facilitator will have a set of Exercise 7
being conveyed in different questions to the learners to know Think First
media if they got it right.

7. Legal, Ethical, and Explain actions to promote The facilitator will have a video Exercise 8
Societal Issues in ethical use of media and presentation about the topic and Video
Media and information let the learners to observe what Presentation
Information the faults are or wrong in the R1
Week 10, 11 a. Copy Right/Fair video. 3 Weeks R2
and 12 Use/Plagiarism R3
b. Netiquette Discuss current issues The facilitator will show different Activity 7 R4
c. Digital Divide, related to copyright, pictures and the learners will have Guess the Picture R5
Addiction, and government/ provide a reaction and comment in the
Bullying sectors actions picture.
d. Virtual Self
e. Others Enumerate opportunities The facilitator will group the Activity 8
and challenges in media learners into 3 groups to do their Fill in Me
and information designated task and share their
answer after that they are going to
synthesize all the answers of the
members.

Week 13 & 8. Opportunities, Identify what are the The facilitator will group the Activity 9
14 Challenges, and challenges, and power of leaners into 4 groups then they Sharing Bins 2 Weeks R1
Power of Media information media in our are going to discuss what are the R2
and Information daily lives current news and issues in our R3
a. Economic, country. R4
Educational, Social, R5
and Political List the examples of the The facilitator will let the learners Activity 10
b. Threats, Risks, power of media and to list down what they have Konek Mo To
Abuse, and Misuse information to affect discuss according to its impact.
change in our lives
9. Current and Discuss current and future The facilitator will divide the Exercise 9
Week 15 & Future Trends of trends of media and learners into 4 groups then they Info-Action 2 Week R1
16 Media and information are going to discuss the current R2
Information technologies of media and R3
a. Massive open information. R4
online content Performance Task R5
b. Wearable Evaluate current trends in The facilitator will divide the 2
technology (i.e. media and information and learners into 4 groups then they Role Playing
3D printers, 3D how will affect/ how they are going to make a short skit that
films, holograms, affect individual and shows advantages and
etc) society as a whole disadvantages of media
c. Ubiquitous information.
Learning
d. Others
10. Media and Appraise the media and The facilitator will let the learners Activity 11
Week 17 & Information information literate to post their reaction regarding in Think Before You 2 Weeks R1
18 Literate Individual individual the topic through social media Click R2
a. Improved quality and after that they are going to R3
of life summary all the comment that R4
b. Greater political they receive. R5
participation
c. Better economic
opportunities
d. Improved learning
environment
e. More cohesive
social units
f. Others
SUBJECT REFERENCES:

R1 Gonzales, Edward D. (2016). Media and Information Literacy


Philippines: Pasay City
JFS Publishing Services

R2 Cuizon, Marivic E. Et.al (2017). Media and Information Literacy


Philippines: Malabon City
Mutya Publishing House, Inc.

R3 Curriculum Guide. (2013). Media and Information Literacy

R4 Laptop

R5 Intructional Materials

COURSE REQUIREMENTS: BASES OF GRADING:


A- Class Participation A- Class Participation 50%
 Attendance  Attendance-10%
 Exercises/Quizzes  Exercise/Quizzes-20%
 Oral recitation  Oral recitation/Assignment-20%
 Assignment B- Major Exam 50%
B- Major Exams  Preliminary Examination
 Preliminary Examination  Midterm Examination
 Midterm Examination  Semi-Final Examination
 Semi-Final Examination  Final Examination
 Final Examination C- Total 100%
PREPARED AND SUBMITTED BY: REVIEWED BY: APPROVED BY:

ROMEO G. MANINGDING, Jr.


ELLEN M. GALLOSA JOSEFINA J. DOMINADO, LPT, Ed.D.
Signature Over Printed Name of Faculty School Principal Chief Operations Officer

MICHELLE ANN T. GARBIN


Signature Over Printed Name of Faculty

DANNA SALVIE A. INFANTE


Signature Over Printed Name of Faculty

DONNA MAY B. TABARANZA


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