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Second Preliminary Examination in Media and Information Literacy

September 16, 2016


TEST I: Analyze the following statements and write True if the statement is
true and FALSE if not.
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Media are no longer limited to the printed page or the television image.
Literacy alone is sufficient or enough for a thorough and well-rounded education.
Traditional mass media can take the form of many-to-many communication.
Mass media is free.
Print media only provides raw facts for information about the present times.
Indigenous people use media to preserve culture, language and aesthetic
traditions.
7. Media helps very little in shaping the opinion of the public.
8. Advertising comes from the Latin ad vertere which means to turn away.
9. Newspapers cater to a specific audience with special interests.
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Media messages are constructed.
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Media literate individuals recognize media as a weapon against the society.
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Teachers should strive to engage students in inactive inquiry.
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The radio is more popular the television.
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Broadcast media distributes audio and video content via airwaves.
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The construction of media may have a positive, negative or even neutral
value.
TEST II: Provide what is described/defined.
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This is the ability to access, analyze, evaluate and communicate information.
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This is the ability to identify, locate and effective use sources of information.
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This is the ability to use the appropriate technological tool in a responsible
manner to communicate, solve a problem, analyze data and acquire new learning.
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This media id produced by various techniques with the aim of storytelling.
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This is the oldest type of motion pictures which are nonfictional.
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Radio plug, pop-up ad on the Internet and billboards are examples of this
type of media.
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This is considered a fast media and has become the peoples media of
choice.
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This is a lightweight and disposable publication printed on low-cost recycled
paper.
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This characteristic of mass media tells us that mass communication needs a
channel that allow messages to be sent and received.
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This characteristic of mass media implies that its capacity for simultaneous
communication with many people at the same time.
TEST III: Analyze the following situations/programs and determine to which function of
media each falls under. Choose from the following choices: As information source, As tool
of persuasion, As form of entertainment, As tool for the transmission of culture.
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Charlie watches a live debate on the issue of same sex marriage.


A political campaign ad by the liberal party is aired via television and radio.

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Imbestigador
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Dayaw
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Cartoon Network
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Shelly checks out the dresses that are in style.
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Ating Alamin agricultural program.
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A businessman reads about the current economic status of the country.
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Sharon Cuneta and her daughter is being featured in a milk brand.
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The Metro Manila Film Festival
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Bandila
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The Buzz
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The live presidential debates 2016 earned a high viewer rating.
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The Peoples Television
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Grisha planned to shop in G-mall but changed his mind after seeing a big
poster about a 50% discount in another mall.
TEST IV: Answer the following questions in not less than 3 and not more
than 5 sentences.
41-45. How does media affect the society?
46-50. Why is media and information literacy important?

Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration.


-Thomas A. Edison
Teacher Rachel