English 6 Quarter 1 – Module 2: Visual Literacy Through Images

This module was designed and written to help the learners understand that reading a wide range of texts provides pleasure and avenue for self-expression and personal development in English. Thus, visual media helps readers clarify and comprehend information because they are able to develop their own perception of the content.

The scope of this module offers engaging activities and evaluates effectively the message constructed or conveyed in various viewing texts and visual media.

The module is divided into three lessons, namely:

• Lesson 1 – Describing Forms and Conventions of Film

• Lesson 2 – Analyzing Pictures

• Lesson 3 – Finding Meaning in Visual Media

In these assessments, you will be quizzed on thought processes related to understanding visual media and further practice the skills on information recall, knowledge application and interpreting information.

After going through this module, you are expected to develop the most essential learning competency which is to:

1. Interpret the meaning suggested in visual media through a focus on visual elements, for example, line, symbols, colour, gaze, framing and social distance; likewise, the following sub and support learning competencies:

➢ describe different forms and conventions of film and moving pictures; and

➢ analyze the characters used in print, non-print, and digital materials.


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