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A Detailed Lesson Plan in Media and Information Technology

I Objectives

At the end of the lesson, the students will be able to:

identifies traditional media and new media and their relationships

searches latest theory on information and media
Identify the devices used by people to communicate with each other,
store information and broadcast information across the different ages.

II Subject Matter

The Evolution of Traditional to New Media


Materials: teachers laptop, projector

III Procedure

A. Learning Activities

Teachers Activity Students Activity

Good Morning Class... Good Morning Maam!

Let us pray first... (One Student will lead the Prayer)

(Checking of Attendance) (Students raise their hand and say prese

...say present... as the teacher calls in their name)

Please pick up the pieces of paper (Students pick up the pieces of paper)
under your chair

B. Lesson Proper


Briefly discuss the objectives of the lesson.


Class, kindly read the question on the screen?

What famous world event happened on

April 14, 1912?
Any wild guess?
Sinking of Titanic sir!

Very good!

telephone, letter, newspaper, etc.

If the Titanic sank in the Atlantic Ocean, how
did the news reach the people in England and
New York at that time?

Ok thats great! Facebook, Instagram, twitter, skype, sir!

Now If the Titanic sank today, in what format

will people receive or read the news? (Students listen attentively)

Now lets see the evolution of traditional

media to new media.


(Projects the four classification of evolution of

media on the screen and briefly discuss each
one) (Students listen attentively)

1.Prehistoric Age- People discovered fire,

developed paper from plants and forged
equipment or weapon through stone, bronze,
copper and iron.

2. Industrial Age- People used the power of

steam, developed machine tools, established
iron production and manufacturing of various
products (including books through the printing

3. Electronic Age- People harnessed the power

of electricity that led to electrical telegraphy,
electrical circuits and the early large scale
computers (through vacuum tubes, transistors
and integrated circuits). In this age, long
distance communication became possible.
4. New (Digital) Age- People advanced the use
of microelectronics in the invention of
personal computers, mobile devices and
wearable technology. In this age, the Internet
paved the way for faster communication and
the creation of the social network. Moreover,
voice, image, sound and data are digitalized.
The students will prepare their sheet of


Seat Work

Projects on the screen then discuss briefly the

students activity.

The students will answer their seat work

Prepare one half sheet of paper then provide
the answers for the table below:

The students exchange their paper and

start checking their seatwork.

Each student will provide their answer on their

The students will write their assignment

Good bye Sir!

The answer will be projected on the screen
after the students are done.

Kindly exchange papers with your seat mate.

After checking the Teacher will collect the


Write your assignment on your notebook,

answer it and we will check it tomorrow.

Ok class dismiss, Good bye class!

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