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  • Q1

    It refers to the ability of an individual to identify, understand, interpret, create, communicate and compute using printed and written materials associated with varying context.

    Literacy

    Skill

    Expertise

    Versatility

    60s
  • Q2

    The ability to read, analyze, evaluate and produce communication in a variety of media forms, e.g. television, print, radio, computers, etc.

    Technology Literacy

    Media Literacy

    Basic Literacy

    Information Literacy

    60s
  • Q3

    He is the proponent of the media theory on technological determinism and famous for the phrase “the medium is the message”.

    Noam Chomsky

    Marshall McLuhan

    Albert Einstein

    Ferdinand de Saussure

    60s
  • Q4

    This type of media refers to materials that are written and are physically distributed.

    Broadcast media

    Cinema

    Print media

    Video games

    60s
  • Q5

    A place in which literary, musical, artistic, or reference materials are kept for use but not for sale.

    Genyo

    Bookstore

    Library

    World Wide Web

    60s
  • Q6

    The period in the history of communication where hearing was the predominant and most valuable sense of reception.

    Tribal age

    Print age

    Electronic age

    Literacy age

    60s
  • Q7

    This type of media is considered as “household” media because they can be found in practically any corner of a home. It comes in two forms – radio and television.

    Print media

    Video games

    Cinema

    Broadcast media

    60s
  • Q8

    A media and information literate individual can do the following, EXCEPT:

    Paraphrase borrowed idea

    Share materials with informed and critical judgements

    Identify issues and resolve them properly

    Not citing sources of grabbed photos

    60s
  • Q9

    According to the Department of Justice, this term refers to “a crime committed with or through the use of information and communication technologies such as radio, television, cellular phone, computer and network, and other communication device or application”.

    Arson

    Cybercrime

    Fraud

    Violence

    60s
  • Q10

    These are platforms that replicate a three-dimensional environment in which users can appear in the form personalized avatars and interact with each other as they would in real life.

    Blogs

    Virtual game worlds

    Content communities

    Social networking sites

    60s

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