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Elementary

DIGITAL School Level Topic No. 1


Level-Lower
LITERACY Teacher Subject Learning Strand 6: Digital Citizenship
LESSON LOG Date & Time

A. Content Standard Learners will be able to conceptualize digital concepts.


OBJECTIVES

Learners will be able to explain the basic concepts related to the use of information
B. Performance Standard
communication technologies (ICTs) in an increasingly digital world.
Define what is meant by information and communications technology (ICTs) using examples
C. Learning Competencies
from everyday life LS6DL-DC-PSA-BL/LE/AE/LS/AS-1
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Lesson Objectives Digital Citizenship integration within the competencies and across other Learning Strands

Knowledge Define what is meant by ICTs through oral presentation (integrating Speaking-LS 1: PSB 32).
Write examples of ICTs using experiences of other people using technology in the 21st century
Skills
to those who lived in the 20th century ( integrating LS 5:PSA 2).
Integrate the safe usage of information and communications technology (ICTs) through
Attitude life experiences.
II. Subject Matter/Lesson Definition of ICTs: Pretest

Learning Resources
lll. Learning Resources

A. References http://mediasmarts.ca/digital-media-literacy/general-information/digital-media-literacy-
fundamentals/digital-literacy-fundamentals;
NICS-Teachers.pdf
B. Other Learning Resources
https://ubiquity.acm.org/article.cfm?id=1399619
https://www.virgin.com/disruptors/20th-century-v-21st-century-which-more-innovative
1.Teacher’s Guides Pages

2.Learners’ Materials
3. Additional Materials from Learning
Resources (LR) portal
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Let the learner read the introduction and guide questions in the Learner’s Module.
What is Digital Literacy?
 Digital literacy is more than technological know-how. It includes a wide variety of ethical,
social and reflective practices that are embedded in work, learning, leisure and daily life
(http://mediasmarts.ca/digital-media-literacy/general-information/digital-media-literacy-
fundamentals/digital-literacy-fundamentals).
A. Reviewing previous lesson or
presenting the new lesson

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What is ICT? (Answer through oral presentation)


 Information & Communications Technology (ICT) Information and Communications
Technology" (ICT) is defined as the totality of electronic means to collect, store, process
and present information to end-users in support of their activities. It consists, among
others, of computer systems, office systems and consumer electronics, as well as
networked information infrastructure, the components of which include the telephone
system, the Internet, fax machines and computers (NICS-Teachers.pdf)
B. Establishing a purpose for the
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C. Presenting examples/instances of
Analyze the following examples of ICTs.
the new lesson

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ICTs in the 20th century:

The computer was invented towards the beginning of the 20th century. Inventions of
ICTs in the 20th century are less innovative and stayed in track for longer period of time.

“The invention of smartphones, tablets, cloud computing, social media in the 21st century is
overwhelming. ” (https://www.virgin.com/disruptors/20th-century-v-21st-century-which-more-
innovative).In many ways, technology simplifies life. In the 21st Century:

 The rise of a leisure class


 A more informed society can make quicker responses to events and trends
 Sets the stage for more complex learning tasks
 Increases multi-tasking (although this may not be simplifying)
 Global networking
 Creates denser social circles

In other ways, technology complicates life:


 Has brought congestion in some areas.
 New forms of danger existing as a consequence of new forms of technology.
 New forms of entertainment, such as video games and internet access could have
possible social effects on areas such as academic performance.
 Increases probability of diseases and disorders, such as obesity.
 Social separation of singular human interaction. Technology has increased the need to
talk to more people faster.
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D. Discussing new concepts and In the introduction of this lesson, you defined Information and Communication Technology. You
practicing new skills #1 analyzed its examples. It is expected that you can answer the following questions:

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 How do social media flat forms, cell phones and other internet experiences affect your life?
 Why do 21st century ICTs are quickly replaced by new and more sophisticated technology?

E. Discussing new concepts and Let the learner refer to the learner’s materials. Next, guide them to accomplish the lessons and
practicing new skills #2 the required learning competencies.

Pre-Test: Answer the pretest to identify the scope of knowledge that you have about this topic.
1. What is ICT?
A. Information Community Technology
B. Informant Common Technology
C. Information Communication Technology
Ans.: C
2. Information Communication Technology is defined as ____
A. the totality of electronic means to collect, store, process and present information to
F. Developing Mastery
end-users in support of their activities.
(Leads to Formative
B. the totality of electrical means to connect, store, process and present information to
Assessment)
end-users in support of their activities.
C. the electronic means to build store.
Ans.: A
3. People in the 20th century had wired telephones as a means of communication while in
the 21st century, they preferred to use _____
A. Cellular phones
4. How Information and Communications Technology do helps you in your day to day life
experiences?
G. Finding practical applications of What is your assessment in the questions of this pre-test?
concepts and skills in daily living
H. Making generalizations and As a learner, it is important to be aware of the advancements in the information and
abstractions about the lesson communication technology and become updated to the changes.

I. Evaluating Learning Gather the scores of the learners from the pre-test.

J. Additional activities for application Let the learners define the following terms: Information, Communication, and technology.
or remediation

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Prepared by: Edited by:

NORLITA B. NEMENZO, Ed.D


EPS-II (ALS)
(Contact No.: 09067406108)