ISABELA STATE UNIVERSITY
Cauayan City, Isabela
COLLEGE OF COMPUTING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
COMP SCI 30
COMPUTER SCIENCE FUNDAMENTALS
School Year 2011-2012
I. COURSE NUMBER:COMP SCI 30
II. COURSE TITLE:COMPUTER SCIENCE FUNDAMENTALS
III. COURSE DESCRIPTION:This course provides an overview of computers, number systems, data types and representations, digital logic systems, assembly
and machine language, compilers and translators, operating systems, and internetworking.
IV. CREDIT UNITS:3 Units
V. COURSE PRE-REQUISITE:None
VI. COURSE OBJECTIVES:At the end of this course, the student should be able to: * identify the basic components of a computer system;
* know the arithmetic operations on number systems;
* understand how different data types are represented;
* understand the basics of digital logic systems;
* identify the different levels of programming and functions of operating system; and * know concepts of data communication and internet issues.
COURSE SYLLABUS IN
COMP SCI 30– COMPUTER SCIENCE FUNDAMENTALS
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES| COURSE CONTENT| TIME ALLOT.| TEACHING STRATEGIES| MATERIALS USED| EVALUATIVE MEASURES| VALUES| INPUT| To review the students of the university vision and mission and program goals and objectives| * University Vision and Mission * Program Goals and Objectives| 1 hour| * Discussion * Drill and Practice| * Printed Copies * Presentation| * Quiz * Recitation| * Information Update * Open-mindedness| | * To discuss the History of Computers * To determine different types of Computer Hardware * To identify and discuss Computer software * To distinguish different desktop icons * To operate shortcut keys and commands| Lecture * History of Computers * Computer Hardware * Computer SoftwareLaboratory * Starting OS environment * Different desktop icons * Functions and uses of different desktop icons * Shortcut keys and commands| 20 hours9 hours| * Laboratory Groups * Homework * Demonstrations * Drill and Practice * Discussion | * Presentation * White Board and a Marker * Computers| * Quizzes (Lecture and Laboratory) * Recitation * Examination * Homework| * Attentiveness * Cooperation * Patience * Initiative * Critical Thinking * Creativeness| | * To discuss The Number System * To further discuss the Number System Conversion * To discuss further * To discuss the binary of operations * To make use of MS Word Toolbar * To operate MS Word * To create, save, edit a Document * To format texts in a document * To make use of Zooms in MS Word * To modify page numbers, page set up and headers and footers * To insert borders and shading, tables, images, chart and diagrams| Midterm:LectureIntroduction to Number System * Number System Conversion * Number System OperationsLaboratoryStarting MS Word * Closing a Document and Exiting Word * Using the Word Toolbars * Zooming in or Out of a Document * Using Copy, Paste, Cut and Move Text * Creating a Document * Saving a Document * Managing Folders * Locating and Opening an Existing Document * Formatting the Font * Highlighting the text * Inserting Symbols and Special Characters * Aligning Paragraphs * Working with Tabs * Applying Borders and Shading * Adding Bullets and Numbering * Creating and Using Newspaper Columns * Inserting and Modifying Page Numbers * Creating and Modifying Headers and Footers * Using Page Setup * Using the Print Preview * Printing a Document * Creating Tables * Adding Borders and shading to tables *...