November 12

Indigenous Podcast – “What Happened”

Some steps we talk to accomplish this project is communicating with each other outside of school and being efficient with our time during school hours. This podcast was done on time as our group was responsible with our time management. We had to record for several days as there were a lot of bloopers and a lot of mistakes throughout our previous attempts but when we really focused and stayed on task, we finished. We met the grade 11/12 art students so that they could make a very good podcast cover and as you can see they did a fantastic job. We did a lot of research to complete this assignment so that it was done its maximized potential.

 

September 25

Communication Timeline

Communication has evolved over time through advancements in technology. Communication started as talking, storytelling and pictographs but now there are endless ways to communicate. The invention of the telephone allowed people to communicate from a distance but even the evolution of the telephone has been enormous. What once was a device connected through wires to a wall, is now a wireless object small enough to fit in a pocket. Social media played a huge part in the evolution of communication; communicating with friends and family can now be done through voice or video calls across the world. Things like social media or sms messages are popular because its efficient and easy to function. According to the communication timeline, communication is evolving thick and fast but has not always evolved at a quick pace, only since the 1900s has inventions really started to come out very fast. The continuity of other inventions led the way for new and advanced ways of communicating. Communication is a critical part of daily life as it connects the world for work and leisure in a simple and efficient way. It’s hard to imagine a world where we didn’t have ways to communicate like we do now.

Work Cited

Evolution of Communication: 1800s and 1900s: OCN, One Call Now, https://www.onecallnow.com/blog/02/evolution-of-communication-1800s-and-1900s/ Accessed September 23rd

Social Sciences, enotes.com, https://www.enotes.com/homework-help/how-did-people-talk-each-other-1800s-389935 Accessed September 23rd

Typewriter, Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Typewriter, Accessed September 22nd

September 16

Media Research Project

 

Work Cited

 

Anton, Pexels, https://www.pexels.com/photo/apple-applications-apps-cell-phone-607812/

Accessed 15 September 2019

 

How does WhatsApp Make Money, Feedough, https://www.feedough.com/how-does-whatsapp-make-money/                     Accessed September 15 2019

 

Pixabay, Pexels, https://www.pexels.com/photo/apple-applications-apps-cell-phone-607812/Accessed 15 September 2019

 

Tracy Le Blanc, Pexels, https://www.pexels.com/photo/apple-applications-apps-cell-phone-607812/  Accessed 15 September 2019

 

WhatsApp: The inside story, WIRED, https://www.wired.co.uk/article/whatsapp-exclusive

Accessed September 15, 2019

 

WhatsApp.com, WhatsApp, https://www.whatsapp.com

Accessed September 15, 2019

September 6

What is new media?

Mateo Brazinha

English 10

10 September 2019

Mr. Barazzuol

What is new media?

This paragraph has been peer edited with formal writing techniques:  New media is a type of consuming information using technology. New media is a form of two way interaction, an example of new media is listening to music or watching a movie on demand. Sharing information has been impacted and changed by technology, now facts and information can be presented through multiple sites, social media networks, podcasts and so much more, that all has to do with new media. Media consumption is fragmented by the access everyone has to many social networks and all the access  through our smart phones. Since there is so many options for social media sites there are a lot of fake news, “Junk Food, Junk Media” (Faris Yakob). Fragmentation of media can be useful because of the hundreds of thousands of sites found online. Some healthier ways of consuming media is making sure what your consuming is trust worthy and reliable. Another healthier way of consuming media is looking at sites like YouTube, Social Media networks, Podcasts etc. These networks give an easy and simple way of consuming media. Before, people would find information through newspapers but new media gives the chance to explore things we are interested in and gives us a way easier way of finding information.

   

What is new media?
This paragraph is the original paragraph, before peer editing with formal writing techniques: New media is a type of consuming information using technology. New media is a form of two way interaction, an example of new media is listening to music or watching a movie on demand. Sharing information has been impacted and changed by technology, now facts and information can be presented through multiple sites, social media networks, podcasts and so much more, that all has to do with new media. Media consumption is fragmented by the access we all have too many social networks and all the access we have through our smart phones. “Junk Food, Junk Media” (Faris Yakob). Fragmentation of media can be useful because of the hundreds of thousands of sites that we find online and have at our fingertips. Some healthier ways of consuming media is making sure what your consuming is trust worthy and reliable. Another healthier way of consuming media is looking at sites like YouTube, Social Media networks, Podcasts etc. These networks give an easy and simple way of consuming media. I know before that we would find our information through newspapers but new media gives the chance to explore things we are interested in and gives us a way easier way of finding information.