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Lesson 5:

MEDIA AND
INFORMATION
SOURCES
Different Media and Information
Sources:

1. Indigenous Sources
2. Oral Tradition
3. Primary Sources
4. Secondary Sources
INDIGENOUS SOURCES
 Indigenous media may be
defined as forms of media
expression conceptualized,
produced and circulated by
indigenous people around
the globe.
ORAL TRADITION

 It is a form of narration or
storytelling. Through legends,
folktales, epics, mythologies
and folk song.
Here are some examples of oral
tradition:
• LEGEND
It is a fiction which tells about
the origin of something.
Example: The Legend of
Pineapple
• FOLKTALE
 A folktale is a narration about
the characteristics of the time
and and place in which the story
is told.It reflects the culture and
values of the place where the
story is first told.
Story of Bernando
Carpio
Montalban Rizal
• EPIC
 An epic tells a heroic
adventure of a main
character that sometimes
possesses extraordinary
powers.
• MYTHOLOGY

Mythology tells how the lives


of mortals or humans are
influenced by the Gods and it
focused more on creation.
PRIMARY SOURCES
This are original materials
such as artifacts, documents,
recordings, and
other sources of information
that were produced during a
particular period in history.
The Laguna
Copperplate
SECONDARY SOURCES
 Are documents made after
an event has taken place.
Secondary sources give
second-hand accounts
about a particular event,
person, or information.
NATIONAL LIBRARY OF
FRANCE
NATIONAL LIBRARY OF THE
PHILIPPINES
THE LOUVRE MUSEUM
NATIONAL AIR AND SPACE
MUSEUM
AYALA MUSEUM
THE MIND MUSEUM
BLOG

 A blog is similar to an
editorial column where the
editor expresses his opinions
about certain issues.
BLOGGER
It refers to a person who
owns or maintains a blog.
He/she also shares his insights
and reviews anything that is
interesting.
ADVANTAGES AND
LIMITATIONS OF SOME
FORMS OF MEDIA
MEDIA ADVANTAGES LIMITATIONS
PRINT MEDIA • Information is
comprehensive but easy
• Information easilbecomes
outdated.
• Easily get wet and burned.
to read. • Time- consuming
• Still accessible even if
there’s no electricity.
• Affordable, easy to
carry, always available
and ready.

BROADCAST MEDIA • Informative and • Information can only be


entertaining accessed If one has television
or radio
• Information can be • cannot be accessed without
interactive electricity
• Allow audiences to • Audience don’t have control
express their opinion Over the available shows and
NEW MEDIA • Information can be • User should be skilled in
(INTERNET) retrieved easily and can information technology
usually be accessed • Users need to have a
freely compute with internet
•It is always updated access
• Allows global • Some information may
connectivity and be inaccurate
interaction

EMAIL- • Allows researcher to • researcher needs to


CORRESPONDENCE Communicate with the verify if the email address
resource person, local or belongs to the resource
abroad person
• Allows sharing of • Getting information
information and files could be delayed
through attachments • E-mails could end up in
SPAM folders or