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Performance Standards:The learners should be able to:1.organize a creative and interactive symposium for the communityfocusing on being a media and information literate individual; and2.produce a living museum or electronic portfolio or any creativeforms of multimedia showcasing their/his/her understanding,insights, and perceptions of the different resources of media andinformation.Course Requirements:Assessment TaskWritten Works- 40%Performance Task (Activity)- 60%Quarterly Grade100%Final Grade =(First Quarter Grade + Second Quarter)/2
MODULE 1INTRODUCTION TO MEDIAAND INFORMATION LITERACYIntroductionGonzales (2016) described communication as dynamic by nature. It can be simpleas having a face-to-face conversation between two people or, it can become complex likecommunicating to a large group of audience using various media.The author also emphasized that a communicator must have a full understandingof the important role of each element in the communication process to achieveeffectiveness in disseminating information.Thus, in this lesson the discourse on communication process and its elements willprovide learners full understanding of the significant role of media and information ineffective communication. This lesson will also provide the learners with a clear descriptionof media literacy, information literacy, and technology literacy.Learning OutcomesAt the end of this module, the learners should be able to:1.identify the similarities and differences between and among media literacy,information literacy, and technology literacy; and2.discuss the responsible use of information.
2Lesson 1. The Concepts and Nature of CommunicationCommunication is an essential skill that a man should enrich. Throughcommunication, people can express their thoughts, positions, and feelings; individuals canshare ideas and views. According to Cambridge Academic Content dictionary (as cited inGonzales, 2016), communication is the process by which messages or information is sentfrom one place to another. It can also be the exchange of information and the expressionof feeling that can result in understanding. It is the process of sharing messages betweenhuman beings.Gonzales (2016) further explained that communication transfers informationthrough a medium or media. The intended audience will receive this information andprocess it and eventually turns it into knowledge that is useful to build and develop peopleand communities.In the communication process, participating individuals can be both sources ofinformation and receiver of information. Information can be broadly defined as data,knowledge, or instructions through signs and symbols (Gonzales, 2016).Lesson 2. The Types of CommunicationGonzales (2016) enumerated the types of communication classified according tothe channel, purpose and style used:A. The Types of Communication According to Channels Used (Gonzales, 2016)1. Verbal CommunicationVerbal communication is defined as a type of communication wherein a message

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