DepEd multimedia learning resources

The Multimedia Learning Resource (MMLR) Project is a collaboration between ACTRC and the Department of Education’s (DepEd) Bureau of Learning Delivery (BLD) and Bureau of Learning Resources (BLR). It involved a series of consultations about DepEd’s guidelines on television-based modality of distance learning as well as training of teachers on basic video production. This project is part of the response to continuing education amidst the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.

The Centre is pleased to share some of the developed video resources with the public, including the Narrative and Production Scripts of the Multimedia Learning Resources of DepEd. This Sample Script document includes narrative and production scripts which are essential when developing multimedia learning resources (MMLR). The narrative script includes dialogues and descriptions of audio and visual components in the MMLR. The Production script, on the other hand, includes dialogues, instructions for audio, and visual representations in the MMLR. The sample scripts are based on Araling Panlipunan 2, English 6, and Science 10 modules of the Alternative Delivery Mode (ADM) of DepEd.

“Continental Drift Theory” is a 6-minute multi-media learning resource (MMLR) intended for Science Grade 10. This MMLR aims to explain the Continental Drift Theory and the pieces of evidence that support it. The content of this exemplar is based on the Alternative Delivery Mode (ADM) module of DepEd.
“Ang Aking Komunidad” is a 12-minute multi-media learning resource (MMLR) for Araling Panlipunan Grade 2. This MMLR aims to explain the concept of the community, enumerate the elements of the community, and describe the institutions in a community. The content of this exemplar is based on the Alternative Delivery Mode (ADM) module of DepEd.
“Reading Images” is an 11-minute multi-media learning resource (MMLR) for English Grade 6. This MMLR aims to discuss visual literacy, identify sources of visual media, and explain the evaluation of visual media. The content of this exemplar is based on the Alternative Delivery Mode (ADM) module of DepEd.