MR. VICTORIANO JAUCULAN
LESSON 1.1: INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHOLOGY
1. How does ICT differ from IT?
2. How useful do you think is Morse code even to this day when various modes of Full Duplex communications abound from simply text, voice, and even video?
3. How would you show tact and respect in sending messages via e-mail, or in replying to discussion threads in forums, or in chat session?
4. What would you do if you happen to listen to distress signal such as: … --- … , or a Triple BREAK, QUF, 10-33?
5. How proficient are you in terms of deciphering and decoding received messages using the Morse Code?
Do you think you’ll be able to reply and send messages using the “classical” Morse Code?
6. How useful do you think is Morse code even to this day when various modes of Full Duplex communications abound from simply text, voice, and even video?
LESSON 1.2: COMPUTING HISTORY
1. What is abacus?
2. Matching type
b. 1. Numerical wheel calculator (pascaline)
a. Charles Babbage c. 2. Improved the pascaline
b. Blasie Pascal
d. 3. Basic arithmetic functions (anthometer)
c. Gottfried Von Leibniz a. 4. Babbage machine ( analytical engine)
d. Charles Thomas De
e. 5. Punch card reader
i. 6. ABC Computer
e. Herman Hollerith
g. 7. ASCC Computer
f. John Eckert
f. 8. ENIAC
g. Grace Hopper
h. Howard Alken
i. John Atanasoff
3. Give the acronym of the following words:
1. ENIAC – Electronic Numerical Integrator and Calculator
2. UNIVAC – Universal Automatic Computer
3. ABC – Antasoff-Berry Computer
4. SSI – Small-Scale Integrated Circuits
5. LSI – Large-Scale Integrated Circuits
6. EDVAC – Electronic Discrete Variable Automatic Computer 7. ASCC – Automatic Sequence Controlled Calculator
8. EAM – Electromechanical Accounting Machine
9. MSI – Medium-Scale Integrated Circuits
10. VLSI – Very Large Scale Integrated Circuits
LESSONS 1.4, 1.5, 1.6 & 1.7 – THE HARDWARE AND HARDWARE UPDATES, THE SOFTWARE, TYPING FOR HIGH SCHOOL 1, TYPING FOR HIGH SCHOOL 2
a. 5 Main parts of the computer
b. 5 Basic hardware of a PC system
Central Processing Unit (CPU)
Secondary storage Devices
c. 2 types of memory
ROM ( Read-Only Memory)
RAM ( Random Access Memory )
d. 3 types of mouse
e. 3 types of pointing devices
f. 8 types of graphic adapter and monitor
MDA ( Monochrome Display Adapter-1970’s )
HGC ( Hercules Graphics Card )
CGA ( Colored Graphics Adapter-1981 )
EGA ( Enhanced Video Graphics Array-1984 )
VGA ( Video Graphics Array-1987 )
SVGA ( Super Video Graphics Array )
XGA ( Extended Graphics Array-1990 )
UXGA ( Ultra Extended Graphics Array )
g. Enumerate at least 10 devices where in you can store information 5.25-inch Disk Drive and Diskette
3.5-inch Diskette and Disk Drive
3.5-inch Super Disk and Disk Drive
Lomega Zip Drive and Disk
Squest Drive and Disk
Hard Disk Drive
h. 2 types of modem
2. Matching Type
j. 1. Creates, inputs, edits and
a. Video editing software produces documents and texts by
b. Audio Editing tools
means of computer systems.
c. Electronic spreadsheets
c. 2. These are a cross between
d. Database management
word processors and calculators.
These allow the user to label a
f. Desktop publisher
Column, enter a list of numbers
and use a formula.
h. Web development and
d. 3. It is that which makes use
of both the character-handling
i. Photo and graphic
and number crunching power of
the computer to...
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