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PHINMA-University of Pangasinan APP 001/ Empowerment Technologies

Teacher/Facilitator Lesson Plan Grade 11


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Class and Subject Orientation for APP 001


Materials
Learning Objectives Course syllabus and lecture notes.
1. To help students familiarize with the course
methodologies, lab policies, and grading system. References
2. Provide students a broader understanding on ICT, • Empowerment Technologies Module
its importance, and its role in the society.
3. Encourage students to appreciate the uses of ICT
for reproduction of Information, collaboration and
learning.

Introduction (10 minutes)


1. The teacher will introduce his/her self to the class for 3 minutes; Afterwards, distribute the course syllabus
to the students and give a brief introduction about the subject, discuss in detail the learning methodologies
and classroom management approach, rules and policies during the class discussion, guidelines when
using computer terminals in the laboratory room, and explain the grading system.
Pre-assessment (10 mins) - Recitation
The teacher will ask the ff. questions to the students to know about their knowledge and understanding about
ICT.
1. How do you define technology?
2. Give at least 3 examples of technology used for communication.
3. Give at least 3 examples of technology used in generating information
4. How does technology affects your daily life?
Concept Notes:

Information and Communications Technology (ICT) refers to all the technology used to handle
telecommunications, covering communication, broadcast media, intelligent building management systems,
audiovisual processing and transmission systems, and network-based control and monitoring functions. The
broadness of ICT also includes any product that will store, retrieve, manipulate, transmit or receive
information electronically in a digital form, e.g. personal computers, digital television, email, communication
devices.
PHINMA-University of Pangasinan APP 001/ Empowerment Technologies
Teacher/Facilitator Lesson Plan Grade 11
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Components of ICT:

Raw facts and figures used by technology to generate useful


information. It can be created through data collection, searching,
Data interview, etc. and it can be shared during collaboration.
Hardware The physical component of ICT, i.e., devices and their parts and
accessories.
Software The applications (or programs) used in ICT.
Information These are processed data that provides meaningful thought and
can be useful in decision-making.
Procedures A series of actions conducted in a certain order to make sure that
the system runs smoothly.
People Human are involved in ICT either as end users who manipulate
data, or as developers of software that process data or serve as
interface to a computing device.

To remember the components, use this sentence:


People Hate Slimy Dogs In Poland (People, Hardware, Software, Data, Information, Procedures)

Relevance and nature of ICT


ICT is a broad context to understand because the scope of its application encompasses not just socioeconomic
and educational development. Among its uses include access to information, data transformation, storage
and retrieval of information, collaboration, use of different applications, development of newer ICT platform
and even advocacy towards social change. Simply put, it has positive impact on businesses and
organizations, education and communication.

ICT FOR BUSINESS AND ORGANIZATIONS


Business and Government organizations uses ICT to (1) improve the service
delivery to customers, (2) improve organization’s responsiveness to new
developments, (3) change the basis of competition in the industry, (4) Improve
Organization’s overall performance.
ICT FOR EDUCATION
Realizing the effect of ICT in the workplace and everyday life, today’s educational
institutions try to restructure their educational curricula and classroom facilities, in
order to bridge the existing technology gap in teaching and learning.

ICT FOR INDIVIDUAL


People use technology to gratify their information needs. Also, individuals use ICT
to increase their social network and connections. While communication is very
important to human, people uses technology to maintain proper relationship with
their loved ones, and improve the way they make things work in their daily lives.
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Developmental Activity- (Type your answers in the answer sheet provided on the right pane.)
Activity 1. Classification of technology according to its use
Study the following examples in categorizing the uses of technology.

1. Search engine —Information


2. Social Media – Communication and Information
3. Telephone- Communication
4. Email- Communication
5. Government sites – Information
6. Software application- Information
Some technologies such as social media are classified as both Information and Communication technologies
because aside from using them to communicate and collaborate with diverse type of people, they also serve as
source of information among people who share the same interest or who belong to the same community.

Instructions: Based from the given example, identify the ff. whether they are used to generate or collect
information or are used for communication
1. Cellphone = Communication
2. Facebook= Communication and Information
3. Gmail= Communication
4. YouTube= Communication
5. MSWord= Information
Activity 2. Identifying the technology that is capable of transmitting data electronically.
Instructions: Write T if the image is capable of transmitting data electronically and M if it is impossible for the
device to transmit data electronically. Example,
Given image: Answer:

-T
Instructions: By looking at the given example, Write T if the image is capable of transmitting data electronically
and M if impossible for the device to transmit data electronically.

ans. -T
ans. -M
ans. -T
ans. -M
ans. -T
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Guided Practice- (Type your answers in the answer sheet provided on the right pane.)

Classify the following items as either People, Hardware, Software, Information, Data, or Procedure.
Example, given- Programmer, answer-People.
1. Computer= (Ans. Hardware) 7. Profile= (Ans. Information)
2. Resume= (Ans. Data) 8. Database Administrator=(Ans. People)
3. Encoder= (Ans. People) 9. Review of Related Literature= (Ans. Information)
4. CD= (Ans. Hardware) 10. Printer= (Ans. Hardware)
5. Register then login= (Ans. Procedures) 11. Facebook= (Ans. Software)
6. MSWord= (Ans. Software) 12. 10% of users= (Ans. Data)

Independent Practice- Summative assessment


Classify the following ICT-related activities as either for Business and Organizations, for Education, or
for Individual.
_____________________1. Launch a new product through the Internet. (Ans. ICT for Business and
Organization)
_____________________2. Add new friends via Facebook and other social media. (Ans. ICT for Individual)
_____________________3. Facilitate e-learning using teleconferencing and other technologies. (Ans. ICT
for Education)
_____________________4. Get customer orders through a website and mobile app. (Ans. ICT for Business
and Organization)
_____________________5. Maintain constant communication with loved ones using Skype. (Ans. ICT
Individual)
_____________________6. Increase security in the office by installing CCTV cameras. (Ans. ICT for
Business and Organization)
_____________________7. Initiate paperless communication in the workplace using Google services. (Ans.
ICT for Business and Organization)
_____________________8. Enable teachers to share best practices and resources in an online forum. (Ans.
ICT for Education)
_____________________9. Make library resources more accessible as e-books in iPad units. (Ans. ICT for
Education)
_____________________10. Get the latest weather forecast using your smartphone. (Ans. ICT for Individual)

Closure Activity: (Type your answers in the answer sheet provided on the right pane.)
Students will be asked to answer the ff. questions.
1. How does ICT help you as an individual?
2. What are the uses of ICT in Education?
3. Enumerate at least 3 technologies that you use to collaborate with your team mates for a group project.
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Enrichment Activity
Students will be asked to join a prescribed Facebook group using their real names and post to articulately
discuss their opinions on the topic “What update/upgrade to an ICT technology do you wish to see a year or
two from now?” Examples of technology you might want to discuss include but should not be limited to
personal computer, smart phones, gaming devices, Internet connectivity and Internet of Things.

Additional “Explore” Activity


Students will be instructed to read the short article herein. The reading might help them gain a wider understanding
of ICT, realize its continuous development, and adapt to changes brought by technological innovation.

Grading System:

The Semestral Final Grade (SFG) is computed as follows:


SFG= (1st Periodic Grade + 2nd Periodic Grade) / 2
Where:
Periodic Grade = 70% Average Quiz PS + 30% Periodic Examination PS
*Percentage Score = (Total score / Highest Possible Score) x 100%
A score of 60% is equal to the minimum passing grade of 75."
Average of Quiz PS" includes all scored performances of a student such as short and long quizzes, graded
recitation, graded seatwork, etc.)

Sequence of Lesson Activities

Activity Time Allotment


1. Introduction 10 mins
The teacher will introduce his/her self to the class for 3 minutes; Afterwards,
distribute the course syllabus to the students and give a brief introduction about
the subject, discuss in detail the learning methodologies and approach in the
class, rules and policies during the class discussion, guidelines when using
computer terminals the laboratory room, and explain the grading system.

2. Pre-assessment 10 mins
(The teacher will call atleast 5 students to interact with her and other students by giving
their thoughts about the questions cited under pre-assessment section. With this approach,
we apply AL practice.)

3. Concept Notes Discussion 25 mins


(Since the subject is about empowerment of technology, students will not copy
concept notes. Instead, softcopy of lecture slides will be provided so that teacher
can proceed with discussion to maximize time and to be able to have time in
interacting with the students for active learnability)

4. Developmental Activity 1 6 mins


(Facilitator instructs students to do the activity in a group of 3 members. After 3 minutes,
she instructs students to share/discuss their answers with the team members for another 3
minutes then post their answer in the answer sheet provided. Answers are shown/or
PHINMA-University of Pangasinan APP 001/ Empowerment Technologies
Teacher/Facilitator Lesson Plan Grade 11
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flashed on the board afterwards for feedback. Teacher, if in the room, addresses questions
and provide clarifications. )
5. The procedure in #4 is repeated for activity2 6 mins
6. Guided Practice 6 mins
(Facilitator instructs students to answer the activity individually for 2 minutes. Answers
are shown/or flashed on the board afterwards for checking/feedback. Teacher, if in the
room, goes around the room to address questions and to provide clarifications.)
7. Closure Activity 10 mins
(Facilitator instructs students to answer the closure activity.
73 minutes (+ 7
mins for
administrative
(Note: Explore activity has no allotted time.)
activities and
supplementary
instruction)
PHINMA-University of Pangasinan APP 001/ Empowerment Technologies
Teacher/Facilitator Lesson Plan Grade 11
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The Niche of ICT

The rapid growth in Information Communication and Technologies (ICT) have brought remarkable changes
in the twenty-first century, as well as affected the demands of modern societies. ICT is becoming increasingly
important in our daily lives and in our educational system. Therefore, there is a growing demand on
educational institutions to use ICT to teach the skills and knowledge students need for the 21st century.
Realizing the effect of ICT on the workplace and everyday life, today’s educational institutions try to
restructure their educational curricula and classroom facilities, in order to bridge the existing technology gap
in teaching and learning. This restructuring process requires effective adoption of technologies into existing
environment in order to provide learners with knowledge of specific subject areas, to promote meaningful
learning and to enhance professional productivity (Tomei, 2005).

Subsequently, the proliferation of the Internet and mobile phones has provided a powerful channel to widen
the reach of education in children and adolescents. In developed countries, over 90% of children and
adolescents were found to have had access to the Internet at school and/or home. More importantly, they
perceived the Internet as their primary resource for seeking various set of information.

Relevance of ICT and how does it contribute to the society

In modern society ICT is ever-present, with over three billion people having access to the Internet. With
approximately 8 out of 10 Internet users owning a smartphone, information and data are increasing by leaps
and bounds. This rapid growth, especially in developing countries, has led ICT to become a keystone of
everyday life, in which life without some facet of technology renders most of clerical, work and routine tasks
dysfunctional. The most recent authoritative data, released in 2014, shows "that Internet use continues to
grow steadily, at 6.6% globally in 2014 (3.3% in developed countries, 8.7% in the developing world); the
number of Internet users in developing countries has doubled in five years (2009-2014), with two thirds of all
people online now living in the developing world.

Source:http://connection.ebscohost.com/c/articles/88933233/factors-influencing-teachers-adoption-integration-
information-communication-technology-teaching-review-literature
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Rules and Guidelines in using the Lab Rooms


1. Students are not allowed to enter the Computer Laboratory without their Instructor or any authorized
I.T.S. personnel / I.T.S. student assistant. The Instructor should be the first person to come in and the last
one to leave the laboratory. No computer laboratory shall be opened if there will be no instructor or I.T.S.
personnel present in the laboratory.
2. Students must check the computer unit and its devices before using it. The student must immediately
inform his/her Instructor if the assigned PC is not working or in cases where the student discovers that
there are missing computer peripherals (mouse, keyboard etc.). The Instructor should immediately report
the incident to the I.T.S. Dept or I.T.S. Personnel present. Unreported incidents found by the I.T.S.
personnel or student assistant Monitoring Team will be CHARGED TO THE FACULTY.
3. Bringing of food and beverages is not allowed. Cleanliness should always be maintained.
4. The laboratory room should only be used for I.T. integration; class requirements and other I.T. related
activities. Computer games in any form, chat, surfing/downloading or transmitting pornographic
materials are strictly prohibited at all times.
5. The class is allowed to have Internet access in the laboratory provided that the use of the Internet is part of
the syllabus.
6. All files used in class must be saved in the student’s or instructor’s USB flash drive.
7. Students shall not be allowed to bring in any other computer unit and/or peripherals inside the
laboratory. In cases where there is a need to bring in computer equipment or peripherals, these items must
be declared before entering the class and used only at the Laptop Desk or Instructor’s Desk.
8. No student or personnel shall be allowed to attach or detach any peripherals to and from any I.T.
equipment or device(s) without explicit permission from the I.T.S. Department.
9. Students shall properly turn-off their computer units and arrange the computer peripherals (mouse and
keyboard) after use. Chairs must be returned properly to its original places and the instructor and the class
must observe orderly dismissal.
10. Theft, vandalism, or abuse in any form is a grave offense and shall be dealt with accordingly. Willful
violations of the above provisions shall constitute disciplinary actions. Violators of these guidelines may
be subject to any, but not limited to, the following sanctions:
a. Admonition.
b. Temporary or permanent suspension of computer laboratory privileges.
c. Dismissal from the school.
d. Subjected to Philippine Criminal Laws.
11. Computer laboratories are closed automatically even without prior notice due to power interruption,
natural calamities, scheduled preventive maintenance and computer network technical problems.
12. The I.T.S. Personnel has the right to advise any user to leave the premises if the policies and procedures
are violated.
13. All users should be aware of the ethical standards for I.T. professionals (i.e. respect the rights to privacy,
acts of plagiarism, respect to intellectual property, etc.)

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