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LESSON PLAN in TEACHING FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING

I. Objectives: At the end of this lesson the students are expected to:
 define conceptually or operationally terms that are basic to the
understanding of ICT
 develop students thinking skills on why is there a need to learn basic
concepts in ICT
 used the concepts and terms in communicating with peers with further
understanding

II. Subject Matter:


Topic: Understanding the basic concept in ICT
Reference: Technology for Teaching and Learning (pg. EDIT THIS)
Video presentation: Information and communication Technology for
education
Reference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tXs5O1yGlg4
Materials: computer, video presentation, PowerPoint presentation, marker,

III. Procedures:
A. Preliminaries
 Prayer
 Greetings
 Classroom Management
 Attendance
 Review
B. Activity
The teacher will play a video. Afterwards the teacher will let the students
answer the questions regarding the video.
C. Analysis
Questions:

 What have you observe about the video presentation?


 What does the video wants to imply?
 What makes the video relevant in applying to real life situation?

D. Abstraction
Let us explore various resources to have a clear understanding of this
lesson. Let us unpack some concepts and terms related to technology and
learning. You can further find more explanation in this book as you go along
with your lessons or in other references in the library or in the web.
1. Technology refers to a mix of process and product used in the
application of knowledge.
2. Information and Communication Technology Literacy or ICT
Literacy is the use of digital technology, communication tools and/or
networks to access, manage, integrate, evaluate, create and
communicate information in order to function in a knowledge society
(GURO 21, 2011).
3. Educational Technology refers to the use of technology in teaching
and learning. Educational technology includes both the non-digital
(flip charts, pictures, models, realias, etc.) and digital (electronic
tools: hardware, software and connections, etc.).
4. Digital Literacy is the ability to find, evaluate, utilize, share and
create contents using information technologies and the Internet
(Cornell University).
5. Digital learning is any type of learning that is accompanied by
technology or by instructional practice that makes effective use of
technology.
6. On-line digital tools and apps use an internet connection to access
the information needed.
7. Off-line digital tools and apps can still be used even if there is no
internet access.
8. Instructional technology is the theory and practice of design,
development, utilization, management, and evaluation of the
processes and resources for learning (Association for Educational
Communications and Technology, Seels, B.B. & Richey, P.C. 1994).
9. Software refers to program control instructions and accompanying
documentation; stored on disks or tapes when not being used in the
computer.
10. Multimedia is a sequential or simultaneous use of variety of media
formats in a given presentation or self-study program (Smaldino,
2005).
11. Internet is a massive network of networks, a networking
infrastructure. It connects millions of computers together globally.
12. World Wide Web (www) is also called the Web which is a graphical
environment on computer networks that allows you to access, view
and maintain documentations that can include text, data, sound and
videos, (Smaldino, 2005).
13. Web access is the ability of the learner to access the internet at any
point during the lesson in order to take advantage of the array of
available education resources.
14. Web quest is an inquiry-oriented lesson format in which most or all
information that learners work with comes from the web.
15. Productivity tools refer to any type of software associated with
computers and related technologies that can be used as tools for
personal, professional or classroom productivity.
16. Technology tools is an instrument used for doing work. It can be
anything that help you accomplish your goal with the use of
technology. These technology tools can be classified as:
(a) Data/Calculation tools. Examples: spreadsheets, Excels,
Sketchpads, probability constructor.
(b) Design Tools. These are used to make models and designs
creating and building.
(c) Discussion Tools. There are 41 different approaches that utilize
discussion and interact1ion in the internet.
(d) Email Tools. Emails are great communication tools for sending
messages, photographs, videos and other files. It allows you to
reach out to others around the world.
(e) Handheld devices. Handheld devices have become popular
among learners. These include Personal Digital Assistants,
Global positioning system (GPS) and geographic information
system (GIS) in the classroom.
17. Webquest is a teacher structured research experiences for the
students that is primarily based on use of the World Wide Web and
typically takes one or more instructional periods (Bender & Waller,
2011).
18. Blog is an online journal where posted information from both
teachers and students are arranged. There are three kinds of blogs:
blogs used for communication, blogs used for instruction, and blogs
used for both (Ferriter & Garry, 2010).
19. Wiki, an editable website usually with limited access, allows students
to collaboratively create and post written work or digital files, such as
digital photos or videos.
20. Flipped classroom utilizes a reverse instructional delivery, where
the teacher is required to use the web as resources as homework or
out of class activity as initial instruction of the lesson which will be
discussed during classtime.
21. Podcast is a video or audio multimedia clip about a single topic
typically in the single format of the radio talk show. The two basic
functions of podcast are to retrieve information and to disseminate
information. (Eash, 2016).
22. Google apps is a cloud-based teaching tool which is stored in the
Google server and is available for students both at home and in
school. It includes the gmail, a free-email for all; Google calendar –
a tool used for organizational purposes; Google sites that provide
options for developing blogs and wikis; and Google docs is used for
sophisticated word processing and editing of the document.
23. Vlog is a video blog where each entry is posted as a video instead
of the text.
24. Facebook is a popular social networking site used by students and
adults worldwide to present information on themselves and to the
world.
25. VOIP (voice over internet protocol) is a category of hardware and
software that enables people to use the internet as transmission
medium for telephone calls by sending voice data in packets using
IP rather than traditional circuit transmission.

E. Application
With an ICT gadget, find a pair who is also a college student. Choose at
least 3 important concepts that you can discuss with him/her. Record your
thoughts in the discussion and also your friend’s thoughts. Are they similar
or different? If they differ, why?
Concepts Identified My thoughts about the My Friend’s Thought
Concept about the Concept

Example: Concept of
borderless classroom
because of technology
Concept A

Concept B

Concept C

IV. Assessment – QUIZ (5 items) 2 points each.


1. How best did you learn about the different concepts in ICT?
A. By memorizing the definition verbatim from the definition
B. By understanding first the meaning and memorizing
C. By memorizing first, then understanding the meaning
D. A and B
2. When did educational technology become part of teacher’s
conversation in a learning action cell (LAC) with their peers?
A. During the digital age with the use of computers
B. After World War 2, when there were many inventions
C. During the 21st Century when there was a digital superhighway
D. During the time instructional support materials were used
3. What is the fastest way to find the meaning of a word in the Webster?
A. Ask a friend in the library
B. Text the teacher to ask
C. Google the word in the internet
D. Use another dictionary in the library
4. Which of the following encompasses all these concepts?
A. Technology C. Computers
B. Internet D. Gadgets
5. What does digital literacy imply?
I Financial and economics literacy
II Media and digital literacy
III Basic literacy
IV All of the above
A. I C. I and II
B. II D. I, II and III-

V. Assignment
1. Select atleast five(5) of the Basic Concepts of ICT.
2. Indicate how do this five(5) Basic Concepts help you in your daily life; and
3. Put in a one whole sheet of paper.

Prepared by:
De Asis, Abegael
Jamin, Mark Dave
Sajulan, Jescel Menneth
BSED- English II Evening