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Content Standard: The learners demonstrate an understanding of concepts and principles in installing configuring
computer systems.

Performance Standard: The learners shall be able to install and configure computer systems based on established
procedures and system requirements.

Learning Competencies: LO1: Assemble computer hardware

Code: TLE_IACSS9-121CCS-IA-E-28
Lesson: 1.4-1.6 Assembling computer hardware in accordance with established procedures and
system requirements.

1. Identify the parts and function of computer hardware;
2. Perform PC unit assembly/disassembly in accordance with established procedure and system
requirements; and
3. Appreciate the importance of skills in assembling/disassembling computer hardware

A. Components hardware parts familiarization.
B. Assembling and disassembling of a computer unit.

A. References:
1. Curriculum Guide
2. Learner’s Module: Pages 45-54, 71-86
3. Additional materials for LR multimedia/presentation
B. Other Learning Resources
Internet, Google, video clips, activity sheets
C. Skills: identifying, performing, describing, troubleshooting


Routinely activities:
1. Prayer
2. Checking of attendance
3. Checking of the cleanliness and orderliness of the classroom

House rules:
 Be on the class 5 minutes before the time.
 Be on your proper seats based on the seat plan.
 Use polite language
 Put your bags under your table
 Keep phones in your pockets.
 Raise concerns about one another’s statements in a respectful manner.
 Observe safety rules and regulation in a work place all the time.

A. Reviewing previous lesson/ activating prior knowledge

 Video Presentation/Picture analysis (motivation)

 Ask the students about the previous lesson of what and how to check computer defects.
 Sharing of ideas

Guide Questions:
a. What is the possible cause why computer sometimes shut down?
b. How do you diagnose hardware problems when your computer won’t turn on?
c. How can you prevent your computer hardware from damages?

B. Establishing a purpose for a lesson/motivation

 Power Point Presentation (ICT Integration)
 Game - like (the class is divided into 5 groups) presenting, the students will
identify the different parts of computer hardware.
 The teacher shows the actual hardware components and encourages students in asking
question related to computer hardware.

Guide Questions:
a. How can you tell if some components of computer are defective?
b. What makes a computer just suddenly shut down?


C. Preparatory (unlocking difficulties)

Activity #2 Group discussion and collaboration
 The teacher group the students, based on a seat plan
 The teacher will present a power point presentation.
 Each group is provided with laboratory sheet to answer based on the task given.

Hard Disk Is a high capacity, non-volatile, magnetic data storage device with a
volume (disk) that is usually non-removable
Motherboard It is the main circuit board of a microcomputer.
Power supply This enables different power supplies to be interchangeable
Heat Sink It transfers heat generated within a solid material to a fluid medium.
System Case Also known as a computer chassis.
RAM Is a volatile, meaning it holds data only when the power is on.
CPU The portion of a computer system that carries out the instructions.
DVD ROM Designed to optically access data stored on a DVD.
Video Card An expansion card which generates a feed of output images.
System Fan Any fan inside, or attached to, a computer case used for active cooling.


 The teacher will show a video clip of a computer system servicing doing assemble and
disassemble computer hardware.
 The teacher encourages students to ask related questions.
a. Do you have something in your mind about the video?
b. Can you share any ideas about the video?
 The teacher introduces personal protective equipment and hand tools to student used in a work
1. Safety gloves
2. Aprons
3. Philips screwdriver
 The teacher encourages students to ask related questions.
a. Give importance in wearing PPE in a workplace?
b. What are some unavoidable accidents may happen in a workplace?

Developing Mastery: Formative assessment

ACTIVITY #2: Cooperative Learning
 The teacher groups the students into 5-7.
 The teacher will present a station in performing pc assemble and disassemble
 Every group will perform pc assembly and disassembly in the station provided.
 Each group is provided with laboratory sheet and assigned task to filled up (inventory form).
 The students should select appropriate tasks and test equipment suit to a certain job.
 Performance will be assessing using rubrics.

Components Percentage
Accuracy 50%
Adherence to the procedures 20%
Workmanship (applied safety precautions) 20%
Speed 10%
Performance Rating 100%

Remind students of the following:

 Guidelines and instructions in performing unit assembly/disassembly are being provided in every
assigned stations
 Leader will facilitate the activity task.
 Every group are only given 10 minutes allotted time for disassembling computer hardware and another
10 minutes allotted time for assembly.

Steps on how to disassemble a computer

A. Personal Computer Disassembly

 Unplugging all the cables and wires
 Opening the outer shell / case
 Removing the system fan
 Removing the CPU Fan
 Detaching the power supply
 Removing the CD / DVD Drives
 Detaching the Hard Drive
 Pull Out the Motherboard

B. Personal Computer Assembly

 Prepare your workplace
 Prepare the Motherboard
 Install the CPU
 Install the CPU Heat Sink
 Install Memory (RAM Modules)
 Place the motherboard into the case
 Connect the Power Supply
 Install Graphics / Video Cards
 Install Internal Drives
 Install the Add- in Cards

E. Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills #2

Interpret and discuss the results based on the actual hands on activity through collaborative
discussion (Computer Lab Worksheet).

F. Finding practical application of concepts and skills in daily living

Simple trouble shooting, maintenance and servicing of computer, prolonged the life of system unit
and mastery of different testing skills and procedures is very necessary.

Guides Questions:
What is the possible cause, why some computers are not working?

1. First check the computer’s power cord to make sure it is completely plugged from
the power source.
2. Check the connections of every computer hardware parts.
3. Replace the defective computer hardware parts.

G. Making abstraction and generalization

The learner should be able to interpret the result and learn to realize the importance of skills in
computer troubleshooting with the applications of safety measure. Familiarization of the
computer parts is also necessary.

IV. Evaluation: (Learning assessment) analyse/interpretation of their works

(See attached rubrics)

 Students will be given 5 minutes to finalize and submit their laboratory work sheet.
 Students’ scores in the activities will serve as their formative test assessment in performance

V. Learning agreement:
1. BIOS configuration
2. Computer Operating System installation
(Reference: Internet source, LM)
Assembly/Disassembly Computer Unit

Group No.______________ Date: _____________

Members: __________________________________________


DIRECTION: Rearrange the following procedures in their proper order. Use numbers to indicate their order of

A. Personal Computer Disassembly

___1. Detaching the Hard Drive
____2. Detaching the power supply
____3. Opening the outer shell / case
____4. Pull Out the Motherboard
____5. Removing the CD / DVD Drives
____6. Removing the CPU fan
____7. Removing the system fan
____8. Unplugging all the cables and wires

B. Personal Computer Assembly

___1. Connect the Power Supply

____2. Install Graphics / Video Cards
____3. Install Internal Drives
____4. Install Memory (RAM Modules)
____5. Install the Add- in Cards
____6. Install the CPU
____7. Install the CPU Heat Sink
____8. Place the motherboard into the case
____9. Prepare the Motherboard
____10. Prepare your workplace

C. What is the possible cause, why some computers are no longer functional? And how do you diagnose the said