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Riena Mercene, Telle Tiberio, Justine Galandines,
Aldrin Parreño, and Jethro Lago
• The students will be divided into 4 equal groups and be assigned a certain location in
the room (MITC).
• During each round, the groups will be given a word that they would be supposed to
define using the pieces of paper that would be given to them inside the envelope.
• There will be no time limit for each round.
• The team to finish first would gain a point, and the other teams that would gain no
• The group with the most number of points would win the game.
a) People – human beings making up a group or assembly or linked by a common interest
b) Media – a medium of cultivation, conveyance, or expression
c) People Media – Medium by which people learn through interactions with other people
either by means of audio, visual, or both
d) Learning – the activity or process of gaining knowledge or skill by studying, practicing,
being taught, or experiencing something : the activity of someone who learns
e) Interaction – mutual or reciprocal action or influence
f) Feedback – helpful information or criticism that is given to someone to say what can be
done to improve a performance, product, etc.
Disadvantages of Using
People as Media
They are prone to be misinterpreted and to
misinterpret data that they are transferring
(i.e. words that has already been said cannot
2. They serve as a model to others who look upon
them. Either they would influence others values
which is viewed as likable or they would be passing
on values that may not be upright.
3. The person that serves as the medium
would be receiving feedbacks that may
4. The audience can be biased of their
judgment on the persons’ (as media)
integrity if they have a developed a
background of the personal life of the
5. People gets tired, retires, and does not
stay in the physical world for a very long
• The game is called Guess Who’s Famous? Every group will choose a
representative who will compete to guess who the famous person in
• Each clue has a corresponding point. If on first clue, a group is already
able to guess the famous personality, they get 20 points. If on the
second clue, 15 points. And on the third, 5 points.
• There will be opportunities wherein ONLY one clue is given. This is
worth 40 points.
• The group with the highest score will win.
Known as the “King of Talk” in Philippine
A stagelocal media industry.
actor, journalist, publicist,
activist and TV personality, well
known for his imaginary mirror
question: “What do you want to say
to the person in front of you right
He graduated in the Philippine Women’s
University with a bachelor and Masters
degree in Communication Arts
He is a news anchor, journalist, and
TV personality best known for his
show which is synonymous to “full
He graduated from Yale University.
He is well known in the Philippines
and international news for his full
blown coverage of the recent
onslaught of the supertyphoon.
She is a stand up comedian,
television host, and actress well
known for lending her voice in a
An occasional host of award shows
like the Academy and Emmy
She is Madonna’s 11th cousin.
• These are people who use the television as their medium for
• Information such as current affairs, advertisements, entertainment
news, values, insights, and educational lessons are shared to their
• Examples of TV personalities are hosts (both for educational and
entertainment purposes), news anchors, VJs, and artists.
Hosts a popular radio show with
150 stations worldwide on the
Well known for hosting a famous
reality competition that features the
best singers in the state.
Also known to host the famous
New Year’s Eve Ball Drop in Times
Square, New York.
They host an award winning radio
show spanning 15 years of age.
Their listeners are called the
Their Top Ten segment brought
forth two books compiling all the
famous entries sent by their
• These are people who use radio as their main medium to disseminate
facts and information and uses radio as their instructional media.
• AM/FM radio, podcasts
• News, events, entertainment
• Disc jockeys, radio broadcasters, radio instructors, radio scriptwriters
• These are the people who use print or broadcast
journalism to disseminate useful news and
information to the public.
• Print journalists are those who write newspaper
articles, periodicals, columns, biographies, books and
plays. Nowadays they utilize the Internet to write in
• Broadcast journalists utilizes the television and radio
as their media.
• Examples of journalists are columnists, bloggers, and
Played Kim in the musical Miss Saigon
First Asian actress to play the roles
of Eponine and Fantine in the musical Les
Miserables on Broadway
Judge in the Philippine’s version of The
Teaches short film production at the
University of Southern California and
screenwriting at University of California
Starred as the gangster, Alien in
Played the title role in 127 Hours
Actor, Director, Filmmaker, Professor
How is James Franco as a teacher?
I think that a lot of people figured his assistant would teach the class and he wasn't
going to be there but he's there every week and he's completely dedicated. We've even
met during optional class meetings. He definitely cares a lot about teaching and it's not
just something he's just doing. As a teacher he's has office hours and is pretty normal.
He's attentive and listens to 12 people each read a ten-minute story and gives five or 10
minutes of feedback every week.
Any lesson that he's taught that stood out?
I wasn't interested in making film before, but now that I've started to experiment with
Final Cut Pro it's definitely inspired me to look at film more. I was inspired to turn one of
my writings [into a short film] for a campus film fest because now I know how to edit.
So I mentioned it to him and he told me to bring it into class so we could watch it. And
right away the next week in class he asked if I had the movie and we showed it and the
class liked it. So if anything it's just really cool. I'm not saying he's going to expose my
work, it's just kind of nice to have someone that you admire see something that you article:
Exceprt from the
made give you feedback.
“Celebrity Professor James Franco: A UCLA Student Talks About What It Was
Like to Take the Actor's Screenplay Class”
By Brittany Taylor Fri., Mar. 15 2013