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MIL PPT 05

Updated: October 27, 2016

MEDIA AND INFORMATION


LITERACY (MIL)
1. I n t r o d u c t i o n t o M I L ( P a r t 5 ) :
Media Habits, Lifestyles, and Preferences
Performance Task: Project

Mr. Arniel Ping


St. Stephens High School
Manila, Philippines
LEARNING COMPETENCIES
Learners will be able to
share media habits, lifestyles, and preferences to other
people (MIL11/12IMIL-IIIa-4);
create a digital poster which will influence high school
students to be a responsible user and competent
producer of media information (SSHS); and
value the importance of working together in achieving
a common goal (SSHS).
TOPIC OUTLINE

I- Media and Information Literacy


A. Media Habits, Lifestyles, and Preferences
B. Performance Task: Project
1. Cooperative Learning - Digital Poster
Making
CLASS ACTIVITY
Strategy: Inside/Outside
Circles
Instruction: Share your media
habits, lifestyles, and
preferences to your classmates.
(Write down information you
gathered.)
Time limit: 2 minutes per pair.
PROCESSING THE ACTIVITY

Share information you gathered from your


classmates.
Create a conclusion based on the gathered
information about the media habits,
lifestyles, and preferences of the class.
Analyze This!
PERFORMANCE TASK NO. 2 - DIGITAL POSTER
MAKING
OBJECTIVES
Create a digital poster which will
influence high school students to
be a responsible user and
competent producer of media
information
COOPERATIVE LEARNING
Group of 3 students
PERFORMANCE TASK NO. 2 - DIGITAL POSTER
MAKING
MESSAGE
Be a responsible user and competent producer of
media information.
MEDIUM
Digital poster which will be shared on Facebook.
AUDIENCE
High School Students (JHS and SHS)
PERFORMANCE TASK NO. 2 - DIGITAL POSTER
MAKING
MATERIALS / TOOLS
Web tool : Canva (www.canva.com)
Photo editing software or applications
Computer
Smartphone Camera
PLEASE KEEP IN MIND.

The selected digital poster will be


shared on Edmodo and
Facebook.
The digital poster must focus on
the issue and not attack or
mentioned personalities. Use of
foul words are not allowed.
PLEASE KEEP IN MIND.

Cite credit for


borrowed materials
(i.e. image, design,
etc.)
PERFORMANCE TASK NO. 3 - DIGITAL POSTER
MAKING
Time
Date Venue Procedure
Allotted
Day 1 Classroom 1 period Conceptualize your poster.
(Message and Design)
Take pictures to be used for
the poster.
Day 2 Com Lab 2 periods Create your digital poster
or ERC using Canva. Youre allowed
to use additional tools.
Submit the digital poster in
our Edmodo group.
RUBRIC

Criteria Excellent Good Fair NI


Content Message Message Message Message
Be a is clear, is clear is clear but is unclear
responsible accurate, and question- and/ or
user and and accurate. able. inaccurate.
producer of strong.
media
information.

10 8 5 2
RUBRIC

Criteria Excellent Good Fair NI


Graphic All graphics All graphics All graphics Graphics do
Relevance and are related to are related to relate to the not relate to
Citation the topic and the topic and topic. Two the topic
make it easier most make it borrowed and/or three
to easier to graphics or more
understand. understand. have no borrowed
All borrowed One source graphics do
graphics borrowed citation. not have a
have a source graphics source
citation. have no citation.
source
citation.
10 2
8 5
RUBRIC

Criteria Excellent Good Fair NI


Design and The poster The poster The poster The poster
Layout is excep- is is is poorly
tionally attractive acceptably designed
attractive in terms of attractive and the
in terms of design, though layout is
design, layout, and layout is cluttered.
layout, and neatness. cluttered.
neatness.

10 8 5 2
RUBRIC

Criteria Excellent Good Fair NI


Work Ethics Every Group Group Group
Cooperation individual work is work is members
in the done done are not
group mostly by mostly by working
contributed two one during the
to the individuals. individual. designated
creation of time.
the digital
poster.
10 8 5 2
TOPICS

Anti- Bullying Campaign


Campaign Against Cyberbullying
Be Safe in Cyberspace
Media Message Analysis (Critical Thinking)
Think Before You Click
No to Plagiarism
Proper Behavior on the Internet (Netiquette)
SAMPLE POSTERS
SAMPLE POSTERS
SAMPLE POSTERS
SAMPLE POSTERS
SAMPLE POSTER
References
Media and Information Literacy by Boots C. Liquigan
http://darlingmagazine.org/are-you-media-literate
http://www.mccc.edu/~virtcoll/Netiquette
http://www.projectlooksharp.org/?
action=medialithandouts
https://designschool.canva.com/design-elements-princi
ples
/
http://
rubistar.4teachers.org/index.php?screen=ShowRubric&
rubric_id=1125149&
http://
teacherweb.com/ME/JALeonardMiddleSchoolOldTown/E