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MELVIN M. ARIAS
Subject Teacher
A. Improve their knowledge on how
ICT affects their everyday lives
and the state of our nation
B. Compare and contrast the...
WEB 1.0 - static websites without
interactivity
WEB 2.0 – websites that contain dynamic
content
WEB 3.0 – a concept of ...
 FOLKSONOMY – allows users to
categorize and classify or arrange
information
 HASTAG – used to categorize post in
websit...
Form a groups with five members
each. Take turns answering the
question and discuss it to the class.
A. How many times hav...
As the popular saying goes,
“Love makes the world go round.“
But before you start looking for
someone to fall in love with...
TYPES OF WEBSITE
There are basically two main types
of website - static and dynamic.
A STATIC site is one that is
usually...
STATICS VS. DYNAMIC
STATICS VS. DYNAMIC WEBPAGE
WEB 2.0 FEATURES
STATIC AND DYNAMIC
The key Features of Web 2.0
include:
FOLKSONOMY – allows users
to categorize and clas...
WEB 2.0 FEATURES
The key Features of Web 2.0
include:
RICH USER EXPERIENCE –
content is dynamic and is
responsive to user...
WEB 2.0 FEATURES
The key Features of Web 2.0
include:
USER PARTICIPATION– the
owner of the website is not the
only one wh...
WEB 2.0 FEATURES
The key Features of Web 2.0
include:
LONG TAIL– service that are
offered on demand rather than
on a one-...
WEB 2.0 FEATURES
The key Features of Web 2.0
include:
SOFTWARE AS A SERVER–
users will subscribe to a software
only when ...
WEB 2.0 FEATURES
The key Features of Web 2.0
include:
MASS PARTICIPATION–
diverse information sharing
through universal w...
WEB 3.0
SEMANTIC WEB
The Semantic Web is a movement led by the World
Wide Web Consortium (W3C). The W3C standard
encourage...
According to the W3C, "The Semantic Web
provides a common framework that allows data
to be shared and reused across appli...
 For example, when doing a web search in Web 2.0, the
topmost result is based on the preferences of several users
who alr...
 For example, when doing a web search in Web 2.0, the
topmost result is based on the preferences of several users
who alr...
For example, when you search for the best restaurant
to visit in a specific area.
- First, it may look for your previous ...
WEB 1.0
• HTML
• READ
WEB 2.0
• XML, PHP, RSS, ASP, JSON
• SEARCH, TAG, COLLABORATE
• REAND, WRITE
WEB 3.0
• RDF, XHTML, R...
Compatibility – HTML files and current web bowsers
could not support Web 3.0
Security – The user’s security is also in que...
Vagueness– Certain words are imprecise. The
words “old” and “small” would depend on
the user.
Logic – Since machines use l...
TRENDS IN ICT
As the world of ICT
continues to grow, the
industry has focused on
several innovations.
These innovations ...
CONVERGENCE
 Technological Convergence is
the synergy of technological
advancement to work on a
similar goal or task.
 F...
SOCIAL MEDIA
 Social Media is a website,
application, or online channel
that enables web users to
create, co-create, disc...
SOCIAL MEDIA
Types of social media:
Socil network – These are
sites that allow you to connect
with other people with the
...
types of social media:
Bookmarking sites. – These
are sites that allow you to store
and manage links to various
websites ...
types of social media:
Social news. – These are sites
that allow users to post there
own news items or links to other
new...
Six types of social media:
Media sharing. – these are
sites that allow you to upload
and share media content like
images,...
Six types of social media:
Micro blogging. – these are
sites that focus on short
updates from the user those
subscribed t...
types of social media:
Blogs and forums. – these
websites allow users to post
there content. Other users are
able to comm...
MOBILE TECHNOLOGY
 The popularity of smartphones
and tables has taken a major
rise over the years.
 This largely because...
MOBILE OPERATING SYSTEM
iOS – used in Apple devices such
as the iPhone and iPad. An
operating system used for mobile
devi...
MOBILE OPERATING SYSTEM
Blackberry OS – A proprietary
mobile operating system developed
by BlackBerry Limited for
its Bla...
MOBILE OPERATING SYSTEM
WebOS– originally smartphones
Operating System; now used for
smart TVs. WebOS is an LG-
owned, Li...
MOBILE OPERATING SYSTEM
Windows Mobile– Developed
by Microsoft for smartphones and
pocket Personal Computers. A family
of...
ASSISTIVE MEDIA
Assistive Media –
Founded by David Erdody in
1996 and was the first
Internet-based spoken-word
audio read...
EXPLORATION
Identify the Correct Web Platform for
Social Change
1. Identify a problem in your community (e.g., Littering,
...
Community Problem: ______________________________________
Vicinity: ______________________________________
Campaign Name: ...
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  1. 1. MELVIN M. ARIAS Subject Teacher
  2. 2. A. Improve their knowledge on how ICT affects their everyday lives and the state of our nation B. Compare and contrast the differences between` online platforms, sites, and content C. Understand the features of Web 2.0 D. Understand the future of the World Wide Web through Web 3.0 E. Learn the different trends in ICT and use them to their advantage. LESSON OBJECTIVES
  3. 3. WEB 1.0 - static websites without interactivity WEB 2.0 – websites that contain dynamic content WEB 3.0 – a concept of the World Wide Web that is designed to cater to the individual user STATIC – refers to web pages that are the same regardless of the user DYNAMIC – refers to web pages that are affected by user input or preferences WORDS TO UNLOCK
  4. 4.  FOLKSONOMY – allows users to categorize and classify or arrange information  HASTAG – used to categorize post in website  CONVERGENCE – the synergy of technological advancement to work on a similar goal or task  SOCIAL MEDIA – websites, application, or online channels that enable users to create, co-create, discuss, modify, and exchange user-generated content. WORDS TO UNLOCK
  5. 5. Form a groups with five members each. Take turns answering the question and discuss it to the class. A. How many times have you checked your phone this morning? B. How many status updates have you posted in Facebook or Twitter today? C. Did you use the Internet for an hour after you woke up this morning? D. Do you follow a celebrity via his/her social media account? LESSON MOTIVATION
  6. 6. As the popular saying goes, “Love makes the world go round.“ But before you start looking for someone to fall in love with, you could argue how the Internet has made the world go round for decades. Likewise in the motivation activity, the Internet has probably made your world go round. In this lesson, we will understand how Information and Communication Technologies have improved our lives in such a short period of time. LESSON DISCUSSION
  7. 7. TYPES OF WEBSITE There are basically two main types of website - static and dynamic. A STATIC site is one that is usually written in plain HTML and what is in the code of the page is what is displayed to the user. A DYNAMIC site is one that is written using a server- side scripting language such as PHP, ASP, JSP, or Cold- fusion.
  8. 8. STATICS VS. DYNAMIC
  9. 9. STATICS VS. DYNAMIC WEBPAGE
  10. 10. WEB 2.0 FEATURES STATIC AND DYNAMIC The key Features of Web 2.0 include: FOLKSONOMY – allows users to categorize and classify or arrange information using freely chosen keyword (e.g., tagging). Popular social networking sites such as Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, etc. use tags that start with the pound sign (#). This is also referred to as Hastags.
  11. 11. WEB 2.0 FEATURES The key Features of Web 2.0 include: RICH USER EXPERIENCE – content is dynamic and is responsive to user’s input. An example would be a website that shows local content. In the case of social networking sites, when logged on, your account is used to modify what you see in their website.
  12. 12. WEB 2.0 FEATURES The key Features of Web 2.0 include: USER PARTICIPATION– the owner of the website is not the only one who is able to put content. Others are able to place a content of their own by means of comments, reviews, and evaluation. Some websites allow readers to comment on an article, participate in a poll, or review a specific product (e.g., Amazon.com – online store.)
  13. 13. WEB 2.0 FEATURES The key Features of Web 2.0 include: LONG TAIL– service that are offered on demand rather than on a one-time purchase. In certain cases, time-based pricing is better than file size- based pricing or vice versa. This is synonymous to subscribing to a data plan that changes you for the amount of time you spent in the internet, or a data plan that charges you for the amount of bandwidth you used.
  14. 14. WEB 2.0 FEATURES The key Features of Web 2.0 include: SOFTWARE AS A SERVER– users will subscribe to a software only when needed rather than purchasing them. This is a cheaper option if you do not always need to use a software. For instance, Google Docs is a free web-based application that allows the user to create and edit word processing and spreadsheet documents online. When you need a software, like a Word Processor, you can purchase it for a one-time huge amount and install it in your computer and it is yours forever.
  15. 15. WEB 2.0 FEATURES The key Features of Web 2.0 include: MASS PARTICIPATION– diverse information sharing through universal web access. Since most users can use the internet, Web 2.0’s content is based on people from various cultures.
  16. 16. WEB 3.0 SEMANTIC WEB The Semantic Web is a movement led by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). The W3C standard encourage web developers to include semantic content in their web pages. The term was coined by the inventor of the World Wide Web, Tim Berners-Lee. Lee also noted that the Semantic Web is a component for Web 3.0.
  17. 17. According to the W3C, "The Semantic Web provides a common framework that allows data to be shared and reused across application, enterprise, and community boundaries". The aim of Web 3.0 is to have machines (or server) understand the user’s preferences to be able to deliver web content specifically targeting the user.
  18. 18.  For example, when doing a web search in Web 2.0, the topmost result is based on the preferences of several users who already searched for the item. - The search engine then labels it the most common answer to the search query. - Though there are instances wherein several preferences are considered like geographic location, Web 3.0 aims to do better. This studying personal preferences of an individual user and showing results based on those preferences. - The internet is able to predict the best possible answer to your question by learning form your previous choices.
  19. 19.  For example, when doing a web search in Web 2.0, the topmost result is based on the preferences of several users who already searched for the item. - The search engine then labels it the most common answer to the search query. - Though there are instances wherein several preferences are considered like geographic location, Web 3.0 aims to do better. This studying personal preferences of an individual user and showing results based on those preferences. - The internet is able to predict the best possible answer to your question by learning form your previous choices.
  20. 20. For example, when you search for the best restaurant to visit in a specific area. - First, it may look for your previous visits from other restaurant and if you have rated them whether good or bad. - In return, Web 3.0 will search for restaurants that have a similar menu, good rating, and budget that fit your preferences in the past.
  21. 21. WEB 1.0 • HTML • READ WEB 2.0 • XML, PHP, RSS, ASP, JSON • SEARCH, TAG, COLLABORATE • REAND, WRITE WEB 3.0 • RDF, XHTML, RDFS, OWL • PERSONALIZATION, KNOWLEDGE • READ, WRITE, UNDERSTAND
  22. 22. Compatibility – HTML files and current web bowsers could not support Web 3.0 Security – The user’s security is also in question since the machine is saving his or her performances. Vastness – The World Wide Web already contains billions of web pages. WEB 3.0 IS YET TO BE FULLY REALIZED BECAUSE OF SEVERAL PROBLEMS: 1 2 3
  23. 23. Vagueness– Certain words are imprecise. The words “old” and “small” would depend on the user. Logic – Since machines use logic, there are certain limitations for a computer to be able to predict what the user is referring to at a given time. WEB 3.0 IS YET TO BE FULLY REALIZED BECAUSE OF SEVERAL PROBLEMS: 5 4
  24. 24. TRENDS IN ICT As the world of ICT continues to grow, the industry has focused on several innovations. These innovations cater to the needs of the people that benefit most out of ICT. Whether it is for business or personal use, these trends are the current front runners in the innovation of ICT.
  25. 25. CONVERGENCE  Technological Convergence is the synergy of technological advancement to work on a similar goal or task.  For example, besides using your personal computer to create word documents, you can now use your smartphones.  It can also use cloud technologies to sync from one device to another while also using LTE technology which means you can access your file anytime, anywhere.  Convergence is using several technologies to accomplish a task conveniently.
  26. 26. SOCIAL MEDIA  Social Media is a website, application, or online channel that enables web users to create, co-create, discuss, modify, and exchange user- generated content.  According to Nielsen, a global information and measurement company, Internet users spend more time in social media sites than in any other type of site.  With this, more and more advertisers use social media to promote their product.
  27. 27. SOCIAL MEDIA Types of social media: Socil network – These are sites that allow you to connect with other people with the same interest or background. Once a user creates his or her account he or she can set up a profile, add people, create groups, and share content. Examples: Facebook and Google+
  28. 28. types of social media: Bookmarking sites. – These are sites that allow you to store and manage links to various websites and resources. Most these sites allow you to create a tag that allows you and others to easily search or share them. Examples: StumbleUpon and Pinterest SOCIAL MEDIA
  29. 29. types of social media: Social news. – These are sites that allow users to post there own news items or links to other news sources. The user can also comment on the post and comment may also be ranked. There are also capable of voting on this news article of the website. Those who get the most amount of votes are shown prominently. Examples: Reddit And Digg SOCIAL MEDIA
  30. 30. Six types of social media: Media sharing. – these are sites that allow you to upload and share media content like images, music, and video. Most of these sites have additional social futures like liking, commenting, and having user propels. Example: Flickr, YouTube, Instagram SOCIAL MEDIA
  31. 31. Six types of social media: Micro blogging. – these are sites that focus on short updates from the user those subscribed to the user will be able to resave these updates. Examples: Twitter and Plurk. SOCIAL MEDIA
  32. 32. types of social media: Blogs and forums. – these websites allow users to post there content. Other users are able to comment on the said topic. There are several free blogging plat forms like Blogger, WordPress, and Tumblr. On the other hand forums typically part of a certainty website or web service. SOCIAL MEDIA
  33. 33. MOBILE TECHNOLOGY  The popularity of smartphones and tables has taken a major rise over the years.  This largely because of the devices’ capability to do task that were originally found in personal computers.  Several of these devices are capable of using high-speed Internet.  Today, the latest mobile devices use 4G Networking Long Term Evolution (LTE), which is currently the fastest mobile network.  Mobile devices use different operating system.
  34. 34. MOBILE OPERATING SYSTEM iOS – used in Apple devices such as the iPhone and iPad. An operating system used for mobile devices manufactured by Apple Inc. Android – An open source operating system developed by Google. Being open source means several mobile phone companies use this Operating System for free. An open-source operating system used for smartphones and tablet computers.
  35. 35. MOBILE OPERATING SYSTEM Blackberry OS – A proprietary mobile operating system developed by BlackBerry Limited for its BlackBerry line of smartphone handheld devices. Symbian– The original smartphone Operating System; used by Nokia devices. The operating system developed and sold by Symbian Ltd. The OS is used primarily by Nokia with its S60 user interface and by Sony Ericsson with its UIQ user interface, but the Symbian OS is also used by a number of Japanese mobile phone manufacturers for handsets sold inside of Japan.
  36. 36. MOBILE OPERATING SYSTEM WebOS– originally smartphones Operating System; now used for smart TVs. WebOS is an LG- owned, Linux-based, smart TV operating system that is set up to allow control and access of LG Smart TV's more advanced features and connected devices through a graphical user interface (GUI). WebOS was developed by Palm as a mobile OS.
  37. 37. MOBILE OPERATING SYSTEM Windows Mobile– Developed by Microsoft for smartphones and pocket Personal Computers. A family of mobile operating systems developed by Microsoft for smartphones and Pocket PCs. ... It was renamed "Windows Mobile" in 2003, at which point it came in several versions (similar to the desktop versions of Windows) and was aimed at business and enterprise consumers.
  38. 38. ASSISTIVE MEDIA Assistive Media – Founded by David Erdody in 1996 and was the first Internet-based spoken-word audio reading service for persons with print reading barriers thereby opening a unique avenue of accessibility for many individuals with cognitive, physical, and communication disabilities. A non-profit service designed to help people who have visual and reading impairment and etc. A database of audio recording is used to read to the user.
  39. 39. EXPLORATION Identify the Correct Web Platform for Social Change 1. Identify a problem in your community (e.g., Littering, Garbage Disposal, Blocked Drainages, etc.) 2. Imagine that you are going to create a website to persuade both community leaders and members to solve this problem. 3. Fill out the form.
  40. 40. Community Problem: ______________________________________ Vicinity: ______________________________________ Campaign Name: ______________________________________ Type of Social Media Used: ______________________________________ Website Used: ______________________________________ What will be the content of your social media site? ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Why did you choose that type of social media? ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ Why did you choose that website? ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________

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