to New Media
The learner demonstrates understanding of
media and information literacy (MIL) and
The learner organizes a creative and an
interactive symposium for the community
focusing on being a media and information
The learner identifies traditional and new
media as well as their relationships.
The learner editorializes the roles and
functions of media in a democratic society.
The learner searches latest theory on
information and media.
are illustrations created by abolishing
part of a rock surface by incising or
carving, as a form of rock art.
Time: 7000-9000 years ago
Purpose: Astronomical indicators, maps
and other allegorical communication
are painted drawings on cave walls or
ceilings, mainly of prehistoric decent.
Time: 40000 years ago
Purpose: The exact purpose was
unrecognized though paintings are the
same all over the world containing
animals and humans.
is a fundamental temple rituals for the
gods in most of archaic civilizations.
Time: 3300 BCE
Purpose: Before the fabrication of written
languages, dance was an important part of
oral and performance approaches of
passing stories down from generation to
is a momentous part of social, spiritual
and personal experience
Purpose: A culture’s rite of passage;
represents one’s origin, position of power,
experiences, protection from evil forces,
and other social symbolisms.
One of the earliest
schemes of writing,
identified by its
on clay tables, built by
means of a blunt reed
for a stylus.
systems used by the
The oldest confirmed
contains 22 letters
which are all
consonants. It is
acquired from the
and used by
and acclimated it to
their language wherein
the vowels were added.
This is the clear-cut mode of narrative,
commonly fictional, served in
The Western drama came from
classical Greece. The theatrical culture
of Athens generated three genres of
drama: tragedy, comedy and satyr
Came from the ancient Greek word
papyrus for the Cyperus papyrus plant.
It is used in ancient Egypt and other
Mediterranean cultures for writing
way before the paper makin in China.
An apparatus for administering
pressure to an inked surface recessing
upon a print medium (such as paper or
cloth), thereby transfering the ink.
Invented by German Johannes
Gutenburg in the Holy Roman Empire
Created by Desire van Monckhoven in
But in 1871, the gelatin dry plate was
created by Richard Leach Maddox
which enabled the wet plate process to
be both with quality and speed.
A long-distance broadcast of textual or
symbolic messages. It is without the
corporeal exchange of an object
bearing the message. It necessitates
that the technique used for encoding
the message be known to both sender
A telecommunications device that
allows many users to administer a
conversation when they are tpp far
apart to be heard.
Invented by Scottish emigrant
Alexander Graham Bell in America in
Invented in 1877, a device used for the
power-driven recording and
reproduction of sound. Later, it was
called gramophone. The sound
waveforms are recorded as conforming
physical deviations of a spiral groove
engraved into the surface or a spinning
disk called a “record”.
Also called a movie, motion picture, theatrical
film or photoplay, is a series of immobile
images that when shown on screen,
generates the illusion of moving objects.
The first commercial screening of a film is
coined to French brothers Auguste and Louis
Lumiere entitled Arrivee d’un train en gare a
La Ciotat (Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat
Station) in a Paris Café in 1895.
A technology of using radio waves to
convey information, such as sound, by
modulating some property of electromagnetic
energy waves transferred
A telecommunication medium used for
transmitting sound with moving pictures in
monochrome, or in color, and in two or three
dimensions. It is a mass medium, for
entertainment, education, news and advertising.
A general-purpose computer. Its size,
capabilities, and novel sale price make it
beneficial for individuals. It is envisioned to
be worked directly by an end-user with no
superseding computer time-sharing models
that permitted larger, more lavish
minicomputer and mainframe systems to be
used by many people at the same time.
A portable telephone which can
produce and receive calls over a radio
frequency carrier, Most services use a
cellular network manner, and
therefore, they are often called cellular
phones or cellphones.
A worldwide system of unified
computer networks that use the
Internet protocol suite (TCP/IP) that
links billions of devices across the
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