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STEM 12- Q2 MIL Reviewer


-pertains to the technical and symbolic ingred­ients or codes and conven­tions that media and inform­ation profes­sionals may select and sue in an effort to commun­icate ideas, inform­ation and knowledge.

Media Language

codes, conven­tions, formats, symbols and narrative structures that indicate the meaning of media messages to an audience.


-the inform­ation sent to a receiver from a source

Types of Media Languages



-Refers to a standard or norm that acts as a rule governing behaviour
-Are generally establ­ished and accepted ways of doing something


are systems of sign that when put together creates meaning

Types of Codes

Symbolic Codes
shows what is beneath the surface of what we see or iconic symbols that are easily understood
Written Codes
use of language style and textual layout
Technical Codes
ways in which the equipment is used to tell the story

Camera Shots

Extreme Long shot
aka extreme wide shots, large crowd scenes or a view of a scenery as far as the horizon
Long Shot
a view of a situation or setting from a distance
Medium Long Shot
shows a group of people in intera­ction with each other
Full Shot
a view of the figure's entire body to show the action or a conste­llation group of characters
Medium Close Shot
shows a subject down to his/her waist
Close Up Shot
a full-s­creen shot of the subjects face showing the expression
Extreme Close Up Shot
a shot of any object in detail
Bird's eye view
a view from a high angle seen like a bird in flight

Camera Movements

"­pan­ora­ma", the camera moves horizo­ntally from a static position
camera moves vertically from a static position
change of focal length either closer or farther away
tracking shot, camera moves on track and wheels giving it smooth movement
gives frame a shaky look, POV shot


-a legal device that gives the creator of a literary, artistic, musical, or other creative work the sole right to publish and sell that work. Copyright owners have the right to control the reprod­uction of their work including the right to receve payment for that reprod­uction. An author may grant or sell those rights to others, including publishers or recording companies.


-Violation of a copyright

Republic Act No. 8293

-Phili­ppine law that discusses copyright


-an act or instance of using or closely imitating the language and thoughts of another author without author­iza­tion; the repres­ent­ation of that author's work as one's own, as by not crediting the original author.

Types of Plagiarism

Computer Addiction

-excessive use of computers which it inteferes with daily life
-inteferes with work or sleep or result in problems with social intera­ctions, moods, relati­onship and thought processes.

Types of Computer Addiction

Inform­ation Overload
excessive online surfing, ineffi­cient at work and less family interc­onn­ection
overtime spent in online activities like games, bartering stocks and gambling
Cybersex addicition
exceed time spent in surfing inappr­opriate sites
excessive time spent in social networking sites with a goal of making relati­onships i

Symptoms of computer addict person

Emotional Symptoms
guilt, anxiety, depres­sion, dishonesty etc
Physical Symptoms
backpain, headache, sleep disorder etc.

Prevention measures of computer Addiction

Set limit in using computers and doing online activities
Talk to your family and friends and mingle with them most of the time
Organize a non-co­mputer related activity like sports
Place your gadgets away from you when not needed.


-Bullying that takes place online or using electronic technology
-severe or repeated use by one or more students, directed at another student that has the effect of physical, emotional or damage to his property.

Digital Divide

-economic inequality between groups in terms of access to, use of, or knowledge of ICT.
-diffe­rences between indivi­duals, househ­olds, businesses and geographic areas at different levels.


it is a set of situations that makes it possible to do something

Ways social media is changing the world

An essential component of business strategy
Banks of the future
Shaking healthcare and public health
changing how we governed are governed
helping us better responds to disaster
tackle world's biggest challenges

Opport­unities of social media

News around the clock
Demogr­aphics and targeting

Challenges of Social Media

Illegal Content
Copyright Infrin­gement
Identity theft


Media power means the concen­tration of symbolic power in media instit­utions in televi­sion, radio and the press.

Haptics Technology

-feedback technology of the user
-applying force, vibrat­ions, touch and motions

Contextual Awareness

Combines hard and soft sensor which learns about the user and how they live, work or play.
hard sensor- senses inform­ation on where you are and the conditions around you
soft sensor­-senses info like calendar, social network, past prefer­ences.

Voice and Tone Recogn­ition

Recognizes voice and tone. Can detect the person's identity and detect their health or emotional state.

Intell­igent Routing to Devices

benefits staff and will be able to provide precise descri­ption of location. Alerts the respon­sible team in action.

Eye tracking technology

-measures eye position and movements.
-helpful in security and has many applic­ations

Internet glasses

glasses that can display images while not blocking our eyesight and can be used for variety of different things

wearable technology

-fitness tracker
-VR headset


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