Vous êtes sur la page 1sur 4

Detailed Lesson Plan in ICT – Computer System Servicing NC II

Learning Competency: Understand Concept of Network Operating System

Date: Time: Teacher: ROLDAN S. GUP-AY
a. Configure Server Computer.
b. Configure Server IP addresses
c. Print Computer Client to Server
d. File Sharing
e. Create Roaming Users in the server
I. Subject Matter:
Setting-Up Computer Servers
Reference: TechNet.Microsoft.com
Materials: Computer Server, Client Computers, Laptop, Router, Switch, Patch Panel, UTP Cable CAT 5E, Crimping
Tools, Patch Tools, LAN Tester, RJ 45.

II. Procedure
Teacher’s Activity Student’s Activity
 Good Morning, class.  Good morning Sir!!!, Good morning classmates.
 Before we start our lesson we have to pray first  Student lead the prayer
 Before you take your seat, please pick up pieces of  (the students will pick up the scattered papers)
candy wrappers, crumpled papers.
 Arrange your chairs.  (the students will arrange their chairs)
 Do you have seat plan?  Yes, Sir.
 Please take your seat.  Thank you Sir.
 Who is absent today?  None Sir.
 Secretary, please take note in the attendance sheet.  Yes, Sir.
 Before I will start the lesson I want you to listen carefully  Students Seated Properly and they are listening.
and take note because I will ask you a question about
our topic. .

Lesson Proper Proposed answers:

A. Presentation of the Lesson
 This morning, I’m going discuss about the Microsoft  Students are listening
Windows Operating System 2008 and their functions,
features and how to configure them.
 Stay in a place where you can listen attentively  Yes, Sir.

SAY: “Server Computer is:  Students are taking down notes of the topic
 “A server  is a computer designed to process requests
and deliver data to other (client) computers over a local
network or the internet. Although any computer running
special software can function as a server, the most
typical use of the word references the very large, high-
powered machines that function as the pumps pushing
and pulling data across the internet.”
 Students are taking down notes of the topic
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
 Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is
a protocol for assigning dynamic IP addresses to devices
on a network. With dynamic addressing, a device can have
a different IP address every time it connects to the network.
In some systems, the device's IP address can even change
while it is still connected. DHCP also supports a mix of
static and dynamic IP addresses.

Domain Name Server  Students are taking down notes of the topic
 The domain name system (DNS) is the way that
internet domain names are located and translated into
internet protocol (IP) addresses. The domain name system
maps the name people use to locate a website to the IP
address that a computer uses to locate a website. For
example, if someone types TechTarget.com into a web
browser, a server behind the scenes will map that name to
the IP address

Application Server  Students are taking down notes of the topic

 is a computer attached to a network that provides a
location for shared disk access, i.e. shared storage of
computer files (such as documents, sound files,
photographs, movies, images, databases, etc.) that
can be accessed by the workstations that are able to
reach the computer that shares the access through a
computer network. The term server highlights the role
of the machine in the client–server scheme, where
the clients are the workstations using the storage. It is
common that a file server does not perform
computational tasks, and does not run programs on
behalf of its clients. It is designed primarily to enable
the storage and retrieval of data while the computation
is carried out by the workstations.

Print Services
 Students are taking down notes of the topic
 Network printing is the collection of software
components in Windows Server 2003 that provide
network printing services for client computers. In
addition to providing services to clients running
versions of the Windows operating system,
Windows Server 2003 can provide network printing
services to client computers running other operating
systems when the appropriate components are

B. Demonstration Proper

 Configure Server 2008 by installing Services.

 Configure IP addresses of server computer and
Client Computer.
 Create shared Profiles/Users in the server
 Create Shared Folder
 Install Shared printer in the servers

C. Generalization:
 Network operating systems (NOS) typically are used to
run computers that act as servers. They provide the
capabilities required for network operation. Network
operating systems are also designed for client
computers and provide functions so the distinction
between network operating systems and standalone
operating systems is not always obvious. Network
operating systems provide the following functions:

 File and print sharing.

 Account administration for users.
 Security.

Installed Components

 Client functionality
 Server functionality

Functions provided:

 Account Administration for users

 File and print sharing

Network services

 File Sharing
 Print sharing
 User administration
 Backing up data

III. Evaluation:
1. What is Network Operating system?  Network Operating System is designed primarily to
2. What is Server? support workstation, personal computer, and, in some
3. What is Client? instances, older terminal that are connected on a local
area network (LAN).
 Server is a computer designed to process requests
and deliver data to other (Client) computers over a
local network or the internet.
 A client is an application that runs on a personal
computer or workstation and relies on a server to
perform some operations.

IV. Assignment:
Research on the different kinds of Network
Operating System their features and steps in
configuring them.
No. Of learners:______________________________
No. Of learners present:____________________________
No. Of learners within mastery level: ________________
No. Of learners needing remedial :___________________
Other Activities:
Prepared by:

Subject Teacher

Observed by: