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St. Elijah Christian Institute of Technology Foundation Inc.

SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TEACHING GUIDES

TOPIC / LESSON NAME Developing ICT content for Specific Purposes


CONTENT STANDARDS Applied productivity tools with advanced application techniques including:

3. Hyperlinking in presentations
4. Integrating images and external material in word processors
5. Embedded files and data
6. Advanced and complex formulas and computations
PERFORMANCE STANDARDS The learners shall be able to:

at the end of the 2-week period independently apply advanced productivity tools to create or develop ICT content for use
in specific professional tracks

These may be in the form of, but not limited to:


1.Calculating spread sheet of athletic statistics (Sports)
2.Layout of catalogue of creative works (Arts)
3. Materials/ ingredients projections for batches of baked goods (Tech - Voc)
4. Letterhead/ business card design (Business/ Academic

LEARNING COMPETENCIES 1. Use common productivity tools effectively by maximizing advanced application techniques.
2. Create an original or derivative ICT content to effectively communicate or present data or information related to the
academic track.
SPECIFIC LEARNING OUTCOMES At the end of the period, the teacher should be able to:

1. demonstrate how to create content to appropriately meet specific objectives; and


2. encourage students to explore and use common productive tools, and maximize advanced application techniques to
emphasize that ICTs are tools to achieve a goal.

TIME ALLOTMENT 150 mins, July 9-11, 2018


SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL CORE SUBJECT
EMPOWERMENT TECHNOLOGIES – QUARTER 1

MATERIALS LAPTOPS, pictures

RESOURCES
Slideshare.com, internet search, DepEd guide

PROCEDURE MEETING LEARNERS’ NEEDS


Day 1
INTRODUCTION
Introduce the objectives to the class:
1. demonstrate how to create content to appropriately meet specific objectives; and
2. Encourage students to explore and use common productive tools, and maximize advanced application techniques to
emphasize that ICTs are tools to achieve a goal.

The modern time, 21st century and globalization have led to a series of changes in lifestyle and in the way we do
business. In many ways, these changes have also had a profound effect on education. Whether it is learning a foreign
language for general or for specific purpose, ICT is considered as almost indispensable part of teaching. Great many
researches have been undertaken in the last two decades on the subject matter of ICT and a conclusion we may draw
is that ICT is recognized and accepted as an important element of foreign language instruction. (Zhao, 20013).
Day 2
MOTIVATION
The teacher shows a presentation using PowerPoint with unreadable texts because of wrong contrasting of colors of
the background and the text.
 What do you see class?
 What have you observed?
 Did you find a hard time reading the texts?
 Why do you think?
The teachers now elicits students ideas about the font style, color contrasting and etc. by showing some samples of the
said problems.

INSTRUCTION/DELIVERY http//cyber.law.harvard.edu/readinessguide/intro.html
Discussion: or provide its printed version.
 What is ICT?

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SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL CORE SUBJECT
EMPOWERMENT TECHNOLOGIES – QUARTER 1

 What is the purpose of ICT in education?


Answers:
 It deals with the use of new technologies in the teaching- learning process in education.
 The purpose of ICT in education is generally to familiarize students with the use of computers.
Discuss the following:
 Mail merge
 PowerPoint ( custom animations and timing)

Not yet carried


Day 3

Lecture discussion
 Hyperlinking and presentations
 Integrating images and external material in word processor

 Embedded files and data
 Advance and complex formulas

Instruct students for tomorrow’s activity: Instruct the students to collate images available from their school, home, and
other immediate environments to feature works in the community pertaining to the Humanities such as poetry, creative
writing, art, and music appreciation, or the Social Sciences such as belief systems and religious beliefs, or digital
citizenship.

Day 4
PRACTICE

Instruct the students to collate images available from their school, home, and other immediate environments to feature
works in the community pertaining to the Humanities such as poetry, creative writing, art, and music appreciation, or the
Social Sciences such as belief systems and religious beliefs, or digital citizenship. Using advanced techniques in Prezi,
PowerPoint, or other presentation tools, make a layout for a catalogue of these images.

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SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL CORE SUBJECT
EMPOWERMENT TECHNOLOGIES – QUARTER 1

Guide Questions
1. What images or artifacts are available in your immediate surroundings? Where can you find these images or
artifacts?
2. In what way would you present your catalogue?

Assessment
Content - 25%
Skill - 25%
Aesthetics - 25%

Overall impact - 25 %

ENRICHMENT
Create an invitation for a party at your house. Don’t forget to invite your friends and classmate.

Data Source document file = 1 point


Main document file = 1 point
Merged document file = 3 points
Below is a sample of what you might want to create. Have fun! Invite at least 5 people (you’ll have 5 names in your
data document). Use clip art and/or Word Art to personalize your invitation.

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SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL CORE SUBJECT
EMPOWERMENT TECHNOLOGIES – QUARTER 1

First Name Last Name


Address
City, State Zip

Dear First Name

Come to a valentines party! Bring your friends


and some goodies
on February 14th at my place - 123 Easy Street Apt. 100
See you there!
EVALUATION
1. What can you see if there is a text that you see is not been organize? Color? Font?
2. What is the purpose to study about ICT?
See you there!

Prepared by:
MRS. MELITA O. TIROL Checked and Approved by:
Teacher
MARLYN B. CEDENO, Dev., Ed., D.

School Principal

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