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TitleLesson Plan MIL COR11
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WEEK NO.: 1

SESSION NO.: 1

TOPIC/CONTENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
LEARNING TEACHING

ACTIVITY
ASSESSMENT ASSIGNMENT RESOURCES

Introductory Session
1. Check students

and knowing
oneself

2. School and
Classroom
Policy and
discipline

3. Grading
System

4. Course
objectives

5. Course
requirements

At the end of the
session, students
should be able to:

Introduce themselves
among their classmates
and create rapport.
(JIBCBT-SHS)

Understand school and
classroom policies and
discipline to
distinguishing sense of
self-discipline. (JIBCBT-
SHS)

Recognize and
understand teacher’s
classroom policies.
(JIBCBT-SHS)

Know and understand on
how they were being
graded for them to
develop as well
competitiveness within
themselves to aim a high
grade. (JIBCBT-SHS)

Preparatory Activity
- Prayer
- Getting to Know

You

Getting to know each
other.

Direction: Each student
will introduce their
selves to the class. They
will share their course
expectations and
teachers’ expectations.

A. Activity

Each student will provide
a one-fourth (¼) sheet of
yellow paper indicating
their full personal
contact information.
They will be introducing
their selves to the class.

B. Analysis

How will they be able to

The students will
be graded base
on the accuracy
of their answers
based on their
application.

Search about the
definition of
“media,”
“information” and
“communication.”
May be a
dictionary
definition or a
definition taken
from online
sources.

To be typewritten
in a one short
bond paper and
submitted on the
next meeting.

Introduction to
Media and
Information
Literacy
YouTube
Channel: Arniel
Ping
Retrieved
October 26,
2016 from
https://www.yout
ube.com/watch?
v=b-Y6LRIppU4

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WEEK NO.: 9

SESSION NO.: 18

TOPIC/CONTENT
LEARNING
OUTCOMES

LEARNING TEACHING
ACTIVITY

ASSESSMENT ASSIGNMENT RESOURCES

Media and Information

Languages (Part 2)

Major Performance

Task: Video Project

A. Camera techniques

B. Treatment

C. Storyboard

At the end of the
lesson, the learners
should be able to:
-discuss the different
camera techniques in
film making (JIBCBT-
SHS);

-produce a video
treatment and a
storyboard for a 30-50
seconds story applying
the different camera
techniques (JIBCBT-
SHS);

-shoot and edit the video
using a smartphone
(mobile applications)
(JIBCBT-SHS);

-share their video in the
class (JIBCBT-SHS);
and

-value the importance of
video treatment and
storyboard in video
project (JIBCBT-SHS)

Preparatory Activity
- Prayer
- Attendance
- Brief review,

overview and idea
about the course.

Direction: Students will
interact to their teacher
about their idea on the
topic.

A. Activity
Review: Codes and
conventions of the
camera:

-Camera angles
-Camera shots
-Camera movements

Direction: The students
will watch a video about
film making basics.

Discussion: Making a
video treatment and
video storyboard.

Students will be
assessed on
their attendance
and performance
in their work
ethics during the
laboratory
session.

Rubrics of Video
Project (total of
60 points):

Content (15pts)
Quality (15pts)
Citations (15pts)
Work Ethics (15
pts)

Prepare for
Midterm
Examination.

Video shooting:
1. Shoot the
scenes using
their
smartphones or
cameras.
2. Use a video
editing mobile
application to
edit and create a
30- 50 seconds
video clip.
3. Present the
work to the class
next meeting.

Media and
Information
Literacy
Curriculum
Guide by
DepEd

Media and
Information
Literacy by
Boots C.
Liquigan, Diwa
Learning
Systems Inc.

Teaching Guide
on Media and
Information
Literacy by
CHED

10 Ideas for
Classroom
Video Projects
http://education
altechnology.ca/
couros/2127

“Websites”

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