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SPECIAL PROGRAM IN JOURNALISM

JOURNALISM (ENGLISH)
MOST ESSENTIAL LEARNING COMPETENCIES

Grade Level: Grade 7


Subject: Journalism (English)

Quarter Most Essential Learning Lesson Exemplar/ LR Developer Link Assessment


Competencies Learning Resource (if available online) (provide
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Q1 Define journalism in
general.
Q1 Cite significant events in the
history of journalism.
Q1 Discuss specific provisions
of RA 7079 or the Campus
Journalism Act.
Q1 Share views about the
principles of journalism.
Q1 Gather relevant information
about media laws.
Q1 Explain the characteristics
of a news story.
Q1 Differentiate the different
types of lead.
Q1 Explain the significant
qualities of straight news.
Q1 Write a straight news about
a school or community
event.
Q2.1 Explain the qualities, duties
and functions of a copy
editor.
Q2 Use copy editing symbols
correctly.
Q2.2 Observe specific style
guides in editing journalism
articles.
Q2 Differentiate various types
of headlines.
Q2 Observe basic sentence
pattern in writing headlines.
Q2 Enumerate the duties and
responsibilities of the
editorial board.
Q2 Explain the nature and
characteristics of editorial
stories.
Q2 Explain the qualities of an
editorial articulating a stand
or position.
Q2 Write an editorial
articulating your stand or
position on a school,
community, national or
international issue.
Q2.3 Explain the purpose of
editorial cartoons.
Q2 Illustrate ideas and
concepts using universal
symbols.
Q3.1 Explain the nature and
purpose of feature stories.
Q3 Differentiate various kinds
of feature stories.
Q3 Write illustrative examples
of a good lead for feature
articles using adjectives,
adverbs, and figures of
speech.
Q3.2 Explain the characteristics
of human interest and
character sketch features.
Q3 Write a feature article about
a person of interest.
Q3.3 Differentiate the various
types of science stories.
Q3 Write an informative and
interesting science feature.
Q3.4 Demonstrate understanding
of the elements, nature, and
kinds of sports news
through writing activities.
Q3 Use appropriate language
and other technical terms in
writing sports news.
Q3.5 Use appropriate lead in
writing sports stories
Q3 Write an effective sports
story using correct verb
tenses.
Q4.1 Compare and contrast
photojournalism and
photography.
Q4 Apply composition
techniques in taking photos.
Q4.2 Determine the elements of a
caption.
Q4 Write an appropriate
caption for photos
observing basic sentence
pattern.
Q4.3 Explain the principles and
patterns of page layout and
design.
Q4 Determine the different
parts of a newspaper.
Q4 Design a news and an
opinion page.
Q4 Design a feature and a
sports page.
Q4 Differentiate print media
from online media.
Q4 Explain the ethical issues in
blogging and other forms of
online media.

Grade Level: Grade 8


Subject: Journalism (English)

Quarter Most Essential Learning Competencies Lesson Exemplar/ LR Developer Link Assessment
Learning Resource (if (provide
Available available link if
online) available)
Q1.1 Differentiate the various styles and
techniques in writing news, editorial,
feature, sports and science articles.
Q1 Explain the significant characteristics of
investigative news.
Q1 Gather substantial data as basis for writing
investigative news.
Q1 Write an investigative news based on
social, political, or economic issues on local
and national contexts.
Q1 Discuss the significant characteristics of
indepth news.
Q1 Explain the nature and purpose of writing
reviews.
Q1 Write a film and/or book review.
Q1.2 Explain the nature, purpose and
characteristics of a column.
Q1 Write a column based on school,
community, national, or international
issue/s.
Q1 Explain the importance of attributing
sources correctly.
Q1.3 Explain the importance of scientific
research findings and interpretation in
writing science news.
Q2.1 Explain the functions of software tools.
Q2 Manipulate the colors and shortcut keys in
an editing software.
Q2 Explain ethical issues in editing photos.
Q2 Explain the different styles in designing the
front page of a newspaper.
Q2 Design the front page of a newspaper.
Q2 Describe the different styles in designing
news and opinion pages.
Q2 Design news and opinion page.
Q2 Discuss the different styles in designing the
feature page.
Q2 Design the feature page.
Q2 Explain the different styles in designing the
sports page.
Q2 Design the sports page.
Q3.1 Explain the importance of desktop
publishing.
Q3 Make a four-page layout of newsletter
using accessible software application.
Q3 Explain the elements of infographics in a
publication.
Q3 Interpret data/ideas through infographics.
Q3 Determine the essential pages of a
magazine.
Q3 Differentiate the types of articles for
magazines.
Q3 Compare and contrast a magazine and a
school paper.
Q3 Write articles for a magazine.
Q3 Design a magazine.
Q3.2 Explain the principles, fundamentals and
trends of web page design.
Q3 Design a web page.
Q4.1 Gather -data from credible sources in
writing news.
Q4 Write news stories covering local,
community, national, and international
events.
Q4.2 Present evidence in writing opinion pieces.
Q4 Write opinion stories based on social,
political, and economic issues.
Q4.3 Gather relevant data for writing features.
Q4 Write interesting feature stories.
Q4.4 Gather relevant data for writing sports
stories.
Q4 Write sports stories based on a game
covered.
Q4.5 Take photos appropriate to an article.
Q4.6 Design a print and an online publication.

Grade Level: Grade 9


Subject: Journalism (English)

Quarter Most Essential Learning Competencies Lesson Exemplar/ LR Developer Link Assessment
Learning Resource (if (provide
Available available link if
online) available)
Q1 Cite significant events in the history of radio
broadcasting.
Q1 Explain the importance of the principles of
radio broadcasting.
Q1 Gather relevant information about the
existing laws that govern radio broadcasting.
Q1 Distinguish the various types of radio
broadcast.
Q1 Enumerate and explain the different terms
used in a radio broadcast.
Q1 Identify the different parts of a radio script.
Q1 Create a station ID and opening billboard for
their own radio news program.
Q1 Observe technical rules in writing headlines.
Q1 Write infomercials based on social, political,
economic, environmental, and health issues.
Q1 Discuss the guidelines and procedures
observed in radio scriptwriting.
Q1 Write a script for a five-minute radio news
program
Q2 Explain the significance of voice projection,
modulation, articulation, and enunciation in
speaking.
Q2 Read orally news stories by observing
appropriate pace, rate, and speed.
Q2 Choose sound effects and music in a radio
program appropriately.
Q2 Decide on sound effects appropriate to a
particular segment of a radio program.
Q2 Use appropriate tools and software in editing
effects.
Q2 Utilize acquired skills in producing sound
effects and music for a radio news program.
Q2 Discuss the essentials and standards
observed in radio broadcasting.
Q2 Observe ethical standards in radio news
program.
Q2 Perform a radio news program by employing
complete and correct script and technical
application.
Q3 Explain the characteristics of breaking news
and flash reports.
Q3 Explain the characteristics of commentaries.
Q3 Observe ethical standards in giving opinion.
Q3 Compose a commentary based on school,
community, national, or international issues.
Q3 Create advertisements by using appropriate
propaganda techniques.
Q3 Compose a feature story for radio.
Q3 Compose a documentary for radio.
Q3 Explain the qualities and functions of field
reporting in radio news programs.
Q3 Deliver a live report about school and
community events.
Q3 Explain the guidelines observed in
conducting interviews for radio.
Q3 Interview various authorities/personalities
relevant to the stories in a radio news
program.
Q4 Explain the rules and guidelines observed in
designing news holes.
Q4 Assign segments to be used in a radio news
program.
Q4 Choose and edit appropriate sound effects
and music to be used in each segment of a
radio news program.
Q4 Gather data relevant for stories to be
delivered in a five-minute radio news
program.
Q4 Develop a complete, correct script for a five-
minute radio broadcast.
Q4 Simulate a comprehensive five-minute radio
news program.
Q4 Explain the qualities, purposes, and
limitations of podcasting.
Q4 Observe ethical standards in uploading a
radio news program through podcasting
Q4 Explain the qualities, purposes, and
limitations of live streaming.

Grade Level: Grade 10


Subject: Journalism (English)

Quarter Most Essential Learning Competencies Lesson Exemplar/ LR Developer Link Assessment
Learning Resource (if (provide
Available available link if
online) available)
Q1 Cite significant events in the history of TV
broadcasting.
Q1 Enumerate the principles of TV
broadcasting.
Q1 Explain the legal and ethical standards of
TV broadcasting.
Q1 Explain the salient features of TV
broadcasting.
Q1 Explain the duties and responsibilities of
TV anchors, reporters, and other personnel.
Q1 Explain the terms used in TV Broadcasting.
Q1 Create a station ID and an opening
billboard for a TV news program.
Q1 Observe guidelines and rules in writing
headlines and stories.
Q1 Create advertorial and advocacy
campaigns.
Q1 Create a closing billboard for a TV news
program.
Q1 Compose a comprehensive TV script.
Q2 Explain the significance of verbal
communication in TV broadcast.
Q2 Speak using appropriate volume, tone,
rhythm and pronunciation.
Q2 Explain the significance of nonverbal
communication in TV broadcast.
Q2 Use appropriate extra-linguistic functions
in speaking.
Q2 Select appropriate technical applications.
Q2 Apply proper visuals used in TV broadcast.
Q2 Use the different techniques in editing
videos and soundbites.
Q2 Enhance videos and soundbites using
appropriate software.
Q2 Deliver a TV broadcast observing the
essentials and standards.
Q3 Explain the characteristics of breaking
news for TV.
Q3 Write breaking news for TV.
Q3 Explain the characteristics of flash reports
for TV.
Q3 Write flash reports for TV.
Q3 Make TV announcements based on school
and community programs and activities.
Q3 Create TV advertisements by using
appropriate propaganda techniques.
Q3 Explain the features of a short film.
Q3 Explain the characteristics of live reports in
TV news programs.
Q3 Deliver a live report on school and
community events.
Q4 Employ appropriate writing styles and
techniques in writing for audio and visual
media.
Q4 Use appropriate technical application in
simulating a TV news program.
Q4 Gather data relevant for stories to be
delivered in a five-minute TV news
program.
Q4 Develop a complete and correct script for a
five-minute TV news broadcast.
Q4 Simulate a comprehensive five-minute TV
news broadcast.
Q4 Produce a TV program through appropriate
online platforms.
Q4 Use appropriate online platforms in
uploading a TV broadcast.