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MEDIA AND INFORMATION

LITERACY (MIL)

1. Introduction
to Media and
Information
Literacy
(Part 2)
Learning Competencies

Learners will be able to:

identify the characteristics of responsible


users and competent producers of media
and information (MIL11/12IMIL-IIIa-3); and

editorialize the value of being a media and


information literate individual
(MIL11/12IMIL-IIIa-3).
Topic Outline
I. Introduction to Media and
Information Literacy (Part 2)
A. Characteristics of a Media and
Information Literate Individual
B. Importance of Media and
Information Literacy (MIL)
Poster Analysis

What is the
message of
this poster?
Do you agree
with the
message? Why
or why not?
Poster Analysis
What is the
message of
this poster?
Do you agree
with the
message? Why
or why not?
Poster Analysis

What is the
message of
this poster?
Do you agree
with the
message? Why
or why not?
Poster Analysis

What is the
message of
this poster?
Do you agree
with the
message? Why
or why not?
VIDEO PRESENTATION

Responsible Use of Social Media THINK


by Projonmo Agami
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qKxJA7bE-xw

Dos and Don'ts when using social networks


By leadinginnovation
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hqezbib5qpQ
FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT
BOARD WORK: TABLE
COMPLETION
CHARACTERISTICS
Responsible User of Competent Producer of
Media Information Media Information
FORMATIVE
ASSESSMENT :
RECITATION
Do you consider yourself
as a media and
information literate
individual? Why or why
not?
Why is media and
information literacy
very important?
Cartoon Analysis

What is the message in this cartoon?


Do you agree with the message? Why or why not?
Importance of Media
and Information
Literacy
The Danger of Desensitization
Importance of Media
and Information
Literacy
Importance of Media
and Information
Literacy
Importance of Media
and Information
Literacy
Importance of Media
and Information
Literacy
Performance Task:
Written Work
Write an essay about the value of being a
media and information literate individual.
Your essay must have a title, an
introduction, a body paragraph (1 main
argument with 2 examples), and a
conclusion.
Not less than 12 sentences
Refer to the rubric for
criteria and grading.
Rubric

Very Good Good Poor Needs


Improvement
INTRODUCTION Well-developed Introductory Introduction Introduction
Background/ introductory paragraph does not was not
Define the paragraph contains some adequately presented.
Problem contains detailed background explain the
background information background of
information, a and states the the
clear explanation problem, but problem. The
or definition of does not problem is
the problem. explain using stated, but
details. lacks detail.

(5 points) (4 points) (2 points) (0 points)


Rubric (cont.)
Very Good Good Poor Needs
Improvement
BODY Argument is well Argument was Argument was Argument was
PARAGRAPHS developed with presented with presented but not presented.
Main supporting some lacks
Argument examples. supporting examples.
examples.
(5 points) (4 points) (2 points) (0 points)
CONCLUSION Conclusion was Conclusion was Conclusion was Conclusion was
presented. presented with presented but not presented.
Opinions and some no suggestions
suggestions for suggestions for for change
change are change are and/or
logical and well evident. opinions are
thought out. included.
(5 points) (4 points) (2 points) (0 points)
References
Media and Information Literacy by Boots C.
Liquigan, Diwa
http://www.digitalliteracy.gov/
http://www.edweek.org/tm/articles/2014/10
/29/ctq_crowley_digitalliteracy.html
http://www.uis.unesco.org/Communication/
Documents/media-and-information-literacy-
assessment-framework.pdf
https://uk.sagepub.com/sites/default/files/u
pm-binaries/34589_2.pdf