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JOSE MARIA COLLEGE Lesson


INTEGRATED BASIC EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
Philippine-Japan Friendship Highway, Sasa, Davao City 1 Plan
SY 2018-2019
Subject: Media and Information Literacy Quarter 1
Preliminary
Date/Time Frame:
Topic: Media and Information Languages, Legal, Ethical,
July 2-6, 2018 Week No. 3
and Societal Issues in Media and Information
Competencies:
6) Media and Information Languages
a. Evaluate everyday media and information with regard to with codes, convention, and messages; in
regards with audience, producers, and other stakeholders (MIL11/12MILA-IIIf- 15)
b. Produce and assess the codes, convention, and messages of a group presentation (MILI11/12MILA-IIIf-
16)

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


a. Discuss current issues related to copyright vis-à-vis government provide sectors actions.
(MIL11/12LESI-IIIg- 21)
b. Explain copyright, fair use, etc.vis-a-v is human rights. (MIL11/12LESI-IIIg- 20)
c. Explain actions to promote ethical use of media and information. (MIL11/12LESI-IIIg- 22)
d. Enumerate opportunities and challenges in media and information. (MIL12LESI-IIIg-23)
e. Put into practice their understanding of the intellectual property, copy right, and fair use guidelines.
(MIL11/12LESI-IIIg- 17)
f. Demonstrate proper conduct and behavior online (netiquette, virtual self) (MIL11/12LESI-IIIg- 18)
g. Put into action their personal resolve to combat digital divide, addiction, and bullying. (MIL11/12LESI-
IIIg- 19)

Evaluation/Assessment:
Street Photography:
1. With the use of social media, ask students to take a picture within the community that uses the
codes of media they are about to submit this in the group page that the section created.
2. Screenshot a post that disobeys the Rule of a Netiquette which will be submitted in the group page.

Materials: References:
 Zarate, M.J.E.,(2016) Media and Information Literacy. Rex Bookstore
ppt presentation, LCD  Liquigan, B.C., (2016) Media and Information Literacy. Diwa Learning
projector, chalkboard, chalk, Systems
videos, speaker  Ping, Arniel, (2016). Slideshare: ppt
Lesson Proper:

A. Preliminaries (Daily Routine)


1. Prayer/ greetings
2. Checking of attendance and cleanliness
3. House Rules
4. Announcements/ Reminders
Day 1 - Media and Information Languages
i. Drill – Word of the day: CODES
ii. Activity: Picture Taking
□ There will be at least 4 students that will be handling the DSLR and take 5 photos each according to
how they wanted it.
iii. Analysis: Picture Checking
□ The students will be classifying the photos taken by their classmates according to how similar it
would be since they do not have prior knowledge to the technical codes of media.
□ After, ask them their basis upon their classification.
iv. Abstraction:
□ Out from the categorization of the students in their photos, use this as an example of the technical
codes that is used as media and information languages.

Day 2 – ... continuation


iv. Abstraction:
□ Out from the categorization of the students in their photos, use this as an example of the technical
codes that is used as media and information languages.
v. Application:
□ Another set of students will be asked to take a photo according to the angle and technique of a
technical code.
□ Through random call, then they need to present at least 1 or two of the photos they have taken.
vi. Integration:
□ Application in Real Life Situation: According to some, eyes cannot lie. Let us always remember
that whatever the camera lens have taken, it is a life-time record. We need to follow certain angles
and techniques not to deceive others, but to properly convey our language accordingly. It shouldn’t
be the reason to make others see different perspective to what really happened. But should be used
as a witness to what we see.
□ JMC Institutional Core Values: Active pursuit of life-long learning activities. These media
codes that we have will be used every day anytime. If we will pursuit our personal interesting
conveying stories, arts, and etc. through media codes, it will become our life-long learning.
□ Lesson across Discipline: Contemporary Philippine Arts from the Regions. Photography is
an art as well. If we’ll use technical codes to show our artistic and creativity, it is possible. We can
use photography as way of expressing our soul because it is art as well.

Evaluation:
Street Photography:
 Allow students to take a picture within the community that uses the codes of media.

Day 3 – Legal, Ethical, and Societal Issues in Media and Information


i. Drill – Word of the day: Netiquette the correct or acceptable way of communicating on the
Internet.
ii. Activity: Screenshot Posts and Photos
□ Show pictures of screenshot photos that had not observe appropriateness in presenting virtual self.
□ The photos which will be presented are representation of the netiquette policy.
□ NOTE: Pictures can’t be shown now because authentic posts coming from new students will be used.
Confidentiality will be outmost priority.
iii. Analysis: Formulation of policy
□ Out from the2-3 photo, the students will be making a rule out of it to practice their critical thinking
about virtual self-actualization.

Day 4 – ... continuation


iv. Abstraction: Recheck ‘activity’ with the policy formulated
□ Out from the policy that the students had made, interrelate these to the netiquette policy which
were already given.
□ Insert the legal and ethical policies of media and information. Intellectual property and plagiarism.

Day 5 – ... continuation


v. Abstraction: Recheck ‘activity’ with the policy formulated
□ Out from the policy that the students had made, interrelate these to the netiquette policy which
were already given.
□ Insert the legal and ethical policies of media and information. Intellectual property and plagiarism.
vi. Application: Giving of situation
□ Give the students 2 minutes to think for a situation that makes a person disobey the netiquette
policy then let them give their resolution to solve the situation. Through random number call, the
student will give his/her example.
vii. Integration:
□ Application in Real Life Situation: Respect should be within our personal etiquette. If we
wanted to be respected by others in social media, if we wanted to look morally pleasing in social
media, we need to establish within our system the netiquette policy. Through this, we will know
people with good social backgrounds and not the lower ones.
□ JMC Institutional Core Values: Instill faith and belief. To who we are personally especially on
our dealings with other people, it should reflect even in cyberspace. Upon talking to people in
cyberspace with personal serious problem, we should not forget to inject God’s wisdom because
these are the relevant and timely wisdom and values they need to embrace. Sometimes, people in
social media become emotional, and we need to be sensitive on that and while we will be dealing
with them, we should not forget to inject the faith they believe in for them to refresh their spiritual
senses.
□ Lesson across Discipline: Political Governance. If we are not aware of our doings, we may be
subject to court if we are proved to be guilty. There are law that governs our actions in cyberspace.
If we exceed to the boundary of our limitations, we’ll be penalized by our constitution.
Evaluation:
 Screenshot a post that disobeys the Rule of a Netiquette
Annotations/Remarks: Comments/Suggestions:
(to be filled-in by the coordinator & curriculum head)

Prepared by: Checked by: Noted by:

MS. JESSERIE F. NACALABAN MS. JOSEPHINE A. GALLARDO DR. MARIETA A. MUÑEZ


Subject Teacher Subject Coordinator IBED Principal

MS. JOANNIE B. LARGO


SHS Teacher Head

MR. BRYAN T. ALBERTO


IBED Assistant Principal