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MIL PPT 03

Revised: June 1, 2017

MEDIA AND INFORMATION


LITERACY (MIL)
Introduction to MIL (Part 3):
Design Elements and Principles
Performance Task: Project
LEARNING COMPETENCIES

Learners will be able to…


• Identify and explain basic design elements and
principles (GSCNSSAT);
• discuss how design elements and principles are
applied in posters (GSCNSSAT);
LEARNING COMPETENCIES

Learners will be able to…


• create a text and visual digital poster which will
influence high school students to be a responsible
user and competent producer of media information
(GSCNSSAT); and
• produce and evaluate a creative text and visual
based presentation using design principle and
elements (MIL11/12TIM-IIb-6/ MIL11/12VIM-IIc-10)
TOPIC OUTLINE

I- Media and Information Literacy


A. Design Elements and Principle
B. Performance Task: Project
1. Cooperative Learning - Digital Poster
Making
DESIGN ELEMENTS AND
PRINCIPLES
TYPOGRAPHY
one of the biggest
foundations of
design
Type says a lot
and the way you
choose to
execute your type
says even more.
TYPOGRAPHY

http://www.leffcommunications.com/2015/01/16/which-font/
Photo Credit:
http://www.pri
ntaholic.com/
how-to-
minimize-text-
on-posters/
Photo
Credit:
http://gr
aphicdes
ignjuncti
on.com/
2012/11/
41-
remarka
ble-
typograp
hy-
posters/
Photo Credit:
 http://ww
w.printahol
ic.com/11-
text-only-
posters/
 billandrusd
esign.com
Photo Credit: Magazine spread design by Benjamin Bours
Photo Credit: Magazine spread design by Benjamin Bours
Photo Credit: Magazine spread design by Benjamin Bours
TYPOGRAPHY TIPS
Kern your titles
Make sure your body copy isn’t too big
or too small for the medium you are
printing onto
Try to avoid using too many typefaces at
once
TYPOGRAPHY TIPS
Left-alignment is easiest to read for large
bodies of type
If in doubt, print it out (you can often
pick up on awkward typesetting much
easier when it’s on page)
LINE
defined as
any linear
marks
can
channel
certain
ideas too
Photo Credit:
Poster design by Design
By Day
A technique applied a lot in
photography is the use of ‘leading lines’.

Photo Credit:
Photograph by
Anne McKinnell
Source:
http://digital-
photography-
school.com/how
-to-use-leading-
lines-for-better-
compositions/
Photo Credit:
Photograph by Anne
McKinnell
Source: http://digital-
photography-
school.com/how-to-
use-leading-lines-for-
better-compositions/
SCALE
deliberate
sizing of
individual
elements
help us
make sense
of designs
and images
Scale
doesn’t
always
have to be
based on
realism.

Poster by Gabz Grzegorz


Domaradzki for the movie Drive.
COLOR
creates specific
moods,
atmospheres,
channels emotions
and each shade
has certain specific
connotations
associated with it
These chosen colors
complement each
other gently to create
a calm, elegant and
feminine design.
Design by Smack
Bang Designs for
women’s skin
rejuvenation service
‘Lite Luxe’.
This branding
has chosen a
color palette
that sharply
contrasts,
creating a much
more vibrant,
energetic and
playful design.
Photo Credit:
Branding for juice brand
Frooti by Sagmeister & Walsh.
REPETITION
crucial element
when it comes
to branding
design
keeps your
branding
consistent and
tie your items
together
Repetition
can also
make
beautiful
one-off
designs.

Photo Credit:
Packaging design by
Nastya Chamkina that
uses repetition to create a
beautiful pattern.
Photo Credit: Xoclad by Anagrama
NEGATIVE SPACE
is the ‘space
in-between’,
the area
between or
around other
elements
that form its
own shape
Photo
Credit:
Animal
Graphics
by George
Bokhua
SYMMETRY
We find
symmetrical
faces, patterns
and designs
generally more
attractive,
effective and
beautiful.
This wedding
invitation uses a
high degree of
symmetry, but it
it’s not perfectly
mirrored.

Photo Credit:
Jarrid & Laura Wedding
Invitation by Nate Koehler
FRAMING
can
enhance
or draw
attention
to specific
elements
of your
design
Photo Credit:
Joe’s Coffee by Trevor
Finnegan
Photo Credit:
Poster Design via MyDesy
CONTRAST is the degree
of difference
between two
elements of
your design
It has a great
effect on
readability
and legibility
as well.
This design
ensures
there’s
adequate
contrast
against the
type and
image.

Photo Credit:
Poster by Jonathan
Correira
Photo
Credit:
Audible’s
landing
page
(website)
COMPOSITION

refers to the
overall
arrangement
of elements
in your
design
Photo Credit:
email newsletter
for J. Crew
Photo Credit:
Poster by Lab B
Design Office
DESIGN ELEMENTS AND
PRINCIPLES
Evaluate the following
posters:
AGREEMENT

Research “Design Elements and Principles” to


learn more about it.
Suggested website pages
https://designschool.canva.com/design-
elements-principles/
https://designschool.canva.com/blog/visual-
design-composition/
PERFORMANCE TASK NO. 2 - DIGITAL POSTER
MAKING
OBJECTIVES
 Create a digital poster which will
influence high school students to
be a responsible user and
competent producer of media
information
COOPERATIVE LEARNING
 Group of 3 students
PERFORMANCE TASK NO. 2 - DIGITAL POSTER
MAKING
MESSAGE
 Be a responsible user and competent producer of
media information.
MEDIUM
 Digital poster which will be shared on Facebook.
AUDIENCE
 High School Students (JHS and SHS)
PERFORMANCE TASK NO. 2 - DIGITAL POSTER
MAKING
MATERIALS / TOOLS
 Web tool : Canva (www.canva.com)
 Photo editing software or applications
 Computer
 Smartphone Camera

Photo Credit :
https://www.canva.com/
http://www.digitalrabbitcellular.com/
PLEASE KEEP IN MIND.

The selected digital poster will be


shared on Edmodo and Facebook.
The digital poster must focus on the
issue and not attack or mentioned
personalities. Use of foul words are
not allowed.

Photo Credit:
www.Edmodo.com
www.facebook.com
PLEASE KEEP IN MIND.

Cite credit for


borrowed materials
(i.e. image, design,
etc.)

Photo Credit: http://www.freepik.com/free-photo/young-


man-holding-many-books_857159.htm
PERFORMANCE TASK NO. 3 - DIGITAL POSTER
MAKING
Time
Date Venue Procedure
Allotted
Day 1 Classroom 1 period • Conceptualize your poster.
(Message and Design)
• Take pictures to be used for
the poster.
Day 2 Computer 2 periods • Create your digital poster
Laboratory using Canva. You’re allowed
to use additional tools.
• Submit the digital poster in
our Edmodo group.
RUBRIC

Criteria Excellent Good Fair NI


Content Message Message Message Message
 Be a is clear, is clear is clear but is unclear
responsible accurate, and question- and/ or
user and and accurate. able. inaccurate.
producer of strong.
media
information.

10 8 5 2
RUBRIC

Criteria Excellent Good Fair NI


Graphic All graphics All graphics All graphics Graphics do
 Relevance and are related to are related to relate to the not relate to
Citation the topic and the topic and topic. Two the topic
make it easier most make it borrowed and/or three
to easier to graphics have or more
understand. understand. no source borrowed
All borrowed One citation. graphics do
graphics have borrowed not have a
a source graphics have source
citation. no source citation.
citation.

10 8 5 2
RUBRIC

Criteria Excellent Good Fair NI


Design and The poster The poster The poster The poster
Layout is excep- is is is poorly
tionally attractive acceptably designed
attractive in terms of attractive and the
in terms of design, though layout is
design, layout, and layout is cluttered.
layout, and neatness. cluttered.
neatness.

10 8 5 2
RUBRIC

Criteria Excellent Good Fair NI


Work Ethics Every Group Group Group
 Cooperation individual work is work is members
in the done done are not
group mostly by mostly by working
contributed two one during the
to the individuals. individual. designated
creation of time.
the digital
poster.
10 8 5 2
TOPICS

Campaign Against Cyberbullying


Be Safe in Cyberspace
Media Message Analysis (Critical Thinking)
Think Before You Click
No to Plagiarism
Proper Behavior on the Internet (Netiquette)
(Note: Students may proposed a related topic which
will be approved by the teacher.)
SAMPLE
DIGITAL POSTERS
http://www.technologyrocksseriously.com/2014/10/before-you-post-think.html#.WSPui6kaaGI
http://www.classroomcapers.co.uk/online-safety-school-poster.html
Photo Credit:
https://store.accutrain.com/products/sfs002-pos-eng-1000
http://www.hcpss.org/news-posts/2016/04/boe-reviews-policy-on-
responsible-use-of-technology-and-social-media/
References
• Media and Information Literacy Curriculum Guide
by DepEd
• Media and Information Literacy by Boots C.
Liquigan, Diwa Learning Systems Inc.
• http://wearesocial.com/sg/
• https://designschool.canva.com/design-
elements-principles/
• http://rubistar.4teachers.org/index.php?screen=
ShowRubric&rubric_id=1125149&
• http://teacherweb.com/ME/JALeonardMiddleSch
oolOldTown/Ecologywebquest/page3.htm
References
• https://designschool.canva.com/design-
elements-principles/
• https://designschool.canva.com/blog/visual-
design-composition/
• http://digital-photography-school.com/how-to-
use-leading-lines-for-better-compositions/
• https://designshack.net/articles/typography/ser
if-vs-sans-serif-fonts-is-one-really-better-than-
the-other/
• http://www.tvdsb.ca/webpages/baxterc/resourc
es.cfm?subpage=143055