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ICTL Module ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module

MODULE 4

EDITING III - ARTICLE

Curriculum Development Centre Ministry of Education Malaysia

ICTL Module ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module

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Name of module Learning outcomes a. b. c. d.

: Editing 3 - Article : Students should be able to;

Identify a file and its location open the existing file edit documents print a document. :

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Knowledge and skills a. b. c. d. e.

Identify and open existing document Format column Drop cap Insert graphic, header and footer Print article

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Module summary: At the end of the module, students should be able to create an article as shown below

ICTL Module ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module

Activity 1: Typing 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Open the file saved as tiger in Module 1. Set the second paragraph to Sentence case. Place the cursor at the beginning of the second paragraph. Press Enter. Repeat Step 3 for each paragraph. At the end of the last word of the existing document, press Enter twice and type the article below. People have found ways to protect themselves by wearing masks on the back of their heads. Tigers only attack from behind, so the mask fools them. It seems like the person is always facing them! Another method used to deter tigers is Scarecrows- which gives electric shock so any tiger that touches the dummy gets a mild shock. It helps teach tigers to stop attacking people. Tigers don't like becoming pets because they are wild. Even captive cubs that have been raised by humans are not domesticated. Trainers in a circus use whips or chairs to scare the tigers into submission. White tigers are not a separate subspecies of tiger, they are not from cold, snowy climates-they come from India. White tigers are a rare form of Bengal tiger. They're regular tigers with whiskers and tails-they just happen to be colored white. White tigers actually range from pure white to white with chocolate brown or black stripes. Many white tigers have blue eyes, but some have amber or even greenish eyes. White is a very, very unusual color for a wild tiger. Of the thousands of tigers in the wild, only a few are white. There are many white tigers in captivity, though-and almost all of them are descended from a wild white Bengal tiger named Mohan that was captured in India in the 1950s. Almost all of the captive white tigers in North America today are descended from Mohan and are highly inbred. Some white tigers have also been mated with other tiger subspecies, creating what are called hybrid tigers. Article source: http://projecttiger.nic.in/whatdoestigerlike.htm

6. Justify the alignment of the article.

ICTL Module ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module

Activity 2: Column setting 1. Highlight the new text you have typed till the end. Click Format from the menu bar and select Column. The following window will appear.

2. Choose Two column from Presets menu. Click OK. 3. Now the article will be as shown below

ICTL Module ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module

Activity 3: Drop Cap 1. Highlight the first letter in the paragraph. 2. Click Format from the menu bar and select Drop Cap. The following window will appear.

3. Select Dropped from the Position menu and click OK. 4. Now the first paragraph will be as shown below

ICTL Module ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module

Activity 4: Indenting paragraph 1. Place the cursor at the beginning of the second paragraph. Click Format menu and select Paragraph. The following window will appear.

1. Click and type 0.5 here

2. Choose First line from the drop down menu

2. Click OK. 3. Repeat the same step for every paragraph.

ICTL Module ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module

4. Your article now will be as shown below

ICTL Module ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module

Activity 5: Insert graphic 1. Place the cursor at the end of the last word of the article. Press Enter twice. 2. Click Insert from the menu bar, select Picture and choose Clip Art. The following menu box will appear.

1. Type tiger here. 2. Click Go

The search result will appear here.

3. Click here and select Insert.

3. Click on the inserted picture. Place the cursor at the bottom right hand corner. A double headed arrow ( ) will appear. 4. Click and drag the cursor to enlarge the picture.

ICTL Module ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module

5. Your article will look like this :

ICTL Module ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module

Activity 6: Header and Footer 1. Click View from the menu bar and select Header and Footer. The Header and Footer -Section and floating toolbar will appear. 2. Type the name of your bulletin in the Header-Section. Scroll down and insert the name of your school or club in the Footer-Section. Example: Header-Section

Footer-Section 3. Save and Print the article

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