# computer

Topics: Binary numeral system, Computer, Decimal Pages: 7 (1144 words) Published: March 16, 2014
﻿ICT
SCHEME OF WORK FOR SECOND TERM
JSS 1 SECOND TERM
WKSTOPICS
1 Revision of last term’s work
2 Description of a computer and the monitor.
3 Features of a computer
4 Importance of a computer as a tool for processing data
5 The System Unit
6 The keyboard and its sections
7 Word Processing
8 Data Processing
9 Stages of Data Processing
10 Information Evolution
11 Revision
12 Examination

JS 2
WKS TOPICS
1 ICT as a transformation tool
2 Benefits and disadvantages of ICT
4 Computer Programming language
5 Computer Programming Language
6 BASIC Programming language
7 Simple BASIC Statement
8.9 Graphic Packages 1
10Graphic Packages 11

JSS 3
WKS TOPICS
1-2Number Systems
3-4Mathematical operation on number system
5-6Conversion of number systems
7-8Coding
9- 10Logic circuit
11Revision
12.Examination

LESSON PLAN FOR WEEK 1
Classes
Topics
Periods
Reference books
JSS 1
Revision
Description of the computers and the monitor
2
Essential Computer Studies by Odudimu book 1

JSS 2
ICT as a transformation tool

2
Essential Computer Studies by Odudimu book 2

JSS 3
Number Systems
2
Computer Studies for Beginners
Essential computer Studies by Odudimu book 3

Date:17th January, 2012
Subject:ICT
Class:JSS 1
Average Age: 10 years
Day:1
Period:1
Duration:40 minutes
Main Topic:Revision of last term’s work
Specific Topic:Revision of last term’s work
Reference books:Essential Computer Studies book 1
Instructional materials:last term question papers
Teaching methods:Questioning, teaching and discussion
Performance Objectives:At the end of the lesson, students should be able to : (i) answer the questions in the last term examination paper
(ii) answer the questions related to all the topics taught last term Entry Behaviour:Students have been taught all the topics for last term. Content:Revision of last term’s work
Presentation:
Step 1:Teacher revises all the last term topics
Step 2:Students answers questions from the first term questions. Step 3:Teacher discusses the question together with the students. Evaluation:
First term examination questions
Remarks: Approved

Date:18th January, 2012
Subject:ICT
Class:JSS 1
Average Age: 10 years
Day:2
Period:2
Duration:40 minutes
Main Topic:Description of a computer and the monitor
Specific Topic:Description of a computer and the monitor
Reference books:
Essential Computer Studies book 1 by Odudimu O.O;pages 101- 103 Computer studies for Beginners 1
Instructional materials:A Chart showing the parts of a computer system with the monitor. Teaching methods:Questioning, teaching and discussion
Performance Objectives:At the end of the lesson, students should be able to : (i) describe a computer system
(ii) mention the types of monitor
Entry Behaviour:Students have been to the computer room
Content:
Description of a Computer and the monitor
A computer is an electronic device that accepts data, processes the data and gives the result as output. A monitor is an output device of a computer system.
A monitor or display (sometimes called a visual display unit) is an electronic visual display for computers. The monitor comprises the display device, circuitry, and an enclosure. The display device in modern monitors is typically a thin film transistor liquid crystal display (TFT-LCD) thin panel, while older monitors use a cathode ray tube about as deep as the screen size. Originally computer monitors were used for data processing and television receivers for entertainment; increasingly computers are being used both for data processing and entertainment. Presentation:

Step 1:Teacher asks questions on the previous lesson.
Step 2:Students are asked to define a computer and monitor from their previous understanding. Step 3:Students are shown...