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TEXT INFORMATION AND MEDIA
Transcript of TEXT INFORMATION AND MEDIA
Text Information and Media
1) Definition, characteristics, format and types, sources, advantages and limitations, and value
Multiple Choic: Read the following questions carefully. Encircle the letter of the correct answer. (1 point each)
Guinan, S. (2015) Web Design, Interactive Media. Principles and Elements. Retrieved from: http://mbitwebpagedesign.com/resources/design-principles-elements/
4. DESIGN PRINCIPLE AND ELEMENTS
Principle of Design:
2. TEXT AS VISUAL
3. SELECTION CRITERIA
Text information and media is/are now the trend and it/they play an important role in developing your full potential. This chapter represents the 21st century skills and competencies that you need to develop and master to easily adapt with the changes in the world and become competent and active citizen.
The learner demonstrates understanding of different resources of media and information, their design principle and elements, and selection criteria
Through the use of this module, students are expected to:
A. recognize the characteristics of text information and media;
B. use the sources, format and types of text information and media effectively;
C. discuss the advantages and limitations of using text information and media;
D. identify and share the importance of using text information and media;
E. distinguish how text information and media is/are formally and informally produced;
F. determine how text information and media is/are organized and disseminated;
G. use selection criteria in evaluating the reliability and validity of text information and media and its/their sources; and
H. come up with a creative text-based presentation using design principle and elements.
This chapter incorporates concepts, materials, and activities for you to have the ability to locate, evaluate and use information effectively. The activities are intended for you to develop creative and critical thinking skills. At the end of this chapter, you are expected to have deeper understanding about text information and media and achieve the intended learning outcomes.
The learner produces a living museum or electronic portfolio or any other creative forms of multimedia showcasing their/his/her understanding, insights, and perceptions of the different resources of media and information.
1. describes the different dimensions of text information and media
2. comprehends how text information and media is/are formally and informally produced, organized, and disseminated
3. evaluates the reliability and validity of text information and media and its/their sources using selection criteria
4. produces and evaluates a creative text-based presentation using design principle and eleme
2) Text as Visual
3) Selection Criteria
4) Design Principle and Elements
1. It is a fundamental, primary, or general law or truth from which others are derived and also are rules you have to follow in a work art.
c. Color wheel
2. What element of design creates a mood within a piece and also tells a story?
3. Unity is the feeling of harmony between all parts of the work of art which creates a sense of completeness. In this case, what makes the repetition/rhythm as a principle of design different to unity?
a. The variety is essential to keep the art work exciting and active.
b. It ties the work together by relating the various components of an art work.
c. May incorporate odd numbers of elements or different sized elements.
d. Sized can be geometric or organic.
4. It refers to the set of standards for the analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation of media and information.
a. New Media
b. Selection Criteria
c. Visual Message Design
d. Media Literacy
5. It is typically found in magazines, science or history books, autobiographies and instruction manuals.
h. Informational text
6. It is used to formulate new information to aid learning through the use, analysis, evaluation and production of alphanumeric characters and symbols.
c. Text Information and Media
d. Traditional Media
7. Which of the following is not used in organizing information?
8. It is concerned with visual presentation, the structure and organization of content, the accessibility of information and how it is used.
a. Information Design
b. Visual Message Design
c. Media Convergence
d. Electronic portfolio
9. Which of the following is not one of the steps involved in selecting media type?
a. Determine the outcome.
b. Rate the outcome.
c. Determine media characteristics.
d. Design text-based information.
10. It is the difference between two colors, often perceived in terms of the intensity of a color or its saturation.
Determine the outcome
Rate the outcome according to Bloom's Taxonomy (or similar taxonomy detailing levels of understanding)
Determine media characteristics
Select media based on availability, expense, time, expertise, and general considerations (bandwidth, technology (i.e. do learners have video/sound cards))
1) Definition, characteristics, format and types, sources, advantages and limitations, and value
Refers to materials, programs, applications, and the like that teachers and students use to formulate new information to aid learning through the use, analysis, evaluation and production of alphanumeric characters and symbols.
ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF MEDIA:
Different media have different strengths, weaknesses, drawbacks, advantages and costs.
An effective communication strategy usually uses a mix of at least 2 or 3 different types.
Choice of media and format depends on:
the communication channels best for your specific audience(s);
how long the communication intervention will continue; and
how critical it is to encourage genuine participation for social change communication.
Complete the crossword by filling in a word that fits each clue.
3. A library _______ is an organized and searchable collection of records of every item in a library and can be found on the library home page.
4. It covers virtually any topic, fact or fiction.
5. It is a collection of articles about current events usually published daily.
7. It is a collection of articles usually written by scholars in an academic or professional field.
8. It allows you to access most types of information on the Internet through a browser.
1. It is a collection of articles and images about diverse topics of popular interest and current events.
2. It contains citations of articles in magazines, journals, and newspapers.
6. These are collections of short, factual entries often written by different contributors who are knowledgeable about the topic.
A. Complete Me!
When solved, the cryptogram puzzle will reveal an important message about text information and media. Determine what letter of the alphabet corresponds to each number and apply the code to the message to solve the puzzle. When you solved the puzzle, interpret the message through writing it bellow.
B. FILL IN ME!
is a comprehension strategy that supports students when ‘reading’ visual text by providing access to and interpretation of familiar but possibly latent codes within the text. Examining the author’s context through contemporary and/or complementary texts may reveal other levels of meaning also present within the text
• Maintain a current supply of newspapers.
• Select an appropriate cartoon and transfer to an OHT.
• Collect associated articles, headlines, editorials or letters to the editor.
Top 10 tips for addressing selection criteria
• Be honest – do not make unsupported claims that you can't substantiate.
• Read carefully and make sure you understand key phrases such as ‘experience in’ and ‘knowledge of’.
• Give tangible examples of your claim (think STAR – situation, task, action, result).
• Make sure the examples are relevant.
• Use direct, active verbs and address all parts of the selection criteria.
• Check to find out the maximum length for each response – never more than an A4 page per criterion and usually half a page is plenty.
• Use bullet (dot) points to show your ability to write concisely and clearly.
• Use language that is relevant to the position but avoid excessive use of jargon.
• Proofread your work carefully.
• Get someone else to proofread your responses.
Selection Criteria for Library Media Materials
• Appropriate for recommended levels
• Pertinent to the curriculum and the objectives of the instructional program
• Accurate in terms of content
• Reflective of the pluralistic nature of a global society
• Free of bias and stereotype
• Representative of differing viewpoints on controversial subjects
• Appropriate format to effectively teach the curriculum
• Recent copyright date as appropriate to the subject
• Acceptable in literary style and technical quality
• Appropriate for students with special needs
Elements of Design:
C. Assay it with a Picture!
With the use of the given pictures of art, cognize what elements and principles of design is applied to it. Write your answer on the space provided.
True or False. Write true if the statement is correct, otherwise write false. Write your answer on the space provided before each number.
1. The major difference between principles and elements is that elements are rules you have to follow and principles are the things that will help you complete those rules for the best outcomes.
2. Texture has 3 characteristics comprising of hue, value and intensity that creates a mood within a piece and also tells a story.
3. The variety of repetition/ rhythm as a principle of design is essential to keep the art work exciting and active.
4. Selection Criteria is used to analyze, design, develop, implement and evaluate media and information for effective and efficient integration to the learning process.
5. Media Literacy is nonfiction writing, written with the intention of informing the reader about a specific topic.
6. Visual Information and Media refers to materials, programs, applications, and the like that teachers and students use to formulate new information.
7. In organizing information, “alphabet” is used in sorting large quantities of information, such as specialized glossaries or the online resources on your company’s intranet.
8. Information Design is multi-disciplinary. It’s concerned with visual presentation and the structure and organization of content.
9. The steps involved in selecting media type include determining the outcome, rating the outcome, determining media characteristics and selecting media.
10. Gradient is the difference between two colors, often perceived in terms of the intensity of a color or its saturation.