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Week 5

Teacher Name
School Name
Week No.
Day / Date
Class
Subject
Topic
Sub-Topic
Objectives

Teaching Materials

Lesson Contents

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5
Monday, 1st February 2010
Year 1
ICT
Basic Parts of Computer
Introduction to Basic Parts of Computer
At the end of the lesson, pupils are able to:
Identify the basic parts of computer.
State the basic parts of computer.

Computer Peripherals.

Computer Projector.

Interactive Whiteboard and pen.

Discovering ICT Textbook Year 1 (pg 12-13).

CD-ROM ICT Year 1

Classwork sheet
Identify and name the basic parts of computer.
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Monitor

Keyboard
Introduction
(5 min)

Lesson Development
(10 min)

Mouse

System Unit

Emphasize on the rules and regulation inside the computer lab.

Recap the previous lesson regarding the uses of computer by asking the pupils randomly.

Ask the pupils randomly what they know about the computer and how many basic parts are they.

Step 1:
Teacher gives out the textbook to pupils and open page 12.
Step 2:
Teacher states and shows the basic parts of computer.
Step 3:
Teacher spells each of the basic parts of computer and the pupils follow the teacher.
Step 4:
Teacher shows the basic parts of computer through the CD-ROM.

Week 5
Pupils Activity
(10 min)

Teacher gives out the classwork sheet and explains to the pupils on how to do it.

BASIC PARTS OF COMPUTER


Match the correct answers and color the pictures.
MONITOR
SYSTEM UNIT
MOUSE

KEYBOARD

Conclusion
(5 min)

Teachers Evaluation

Teachers In-charged

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Teacher recaps the whole lesson by asking the pupils randomly.


Questions to be asked:
1. How many basic parts of computer?
2. What are they?
3. Could you show us which one is monitor.. keyboard.. mouse.. system unit.
Objective achieved / not achieved: ( / )
Pupils finished their activity / work: ( / )
Homework provided: ( / )
Lesson continue: ( / )
Others:

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