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Peripherals

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  • 1. How peripherals can be connected to a computer & how to connect a computer to an existing wireless network
  • 2. • Who knows what a network is? • How are they used and made secure? • What connections can be on a computer?
  • 3. • USB • Firewire • Wi-fi • Bluetooth • Infrared • Service Set Identifier (SSID) • firewall • Wired Equivalent Privacy (Wep) • Wi-fi Protected Access (WPA & WPA2)
  • 4. • To understand what connections are on a computer. • To understand how to secure a wireless network. • To understand what a network is.
  • 5. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BjpZoFsR2h8
  • 6. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A88XB7_Jz7s
  • 7. http://www.plus.net/support/broadband/wirele ss_broadband/wireless_connect_win7.shtml
  • 8. We are going to design and create our own revision materials based on the topic of connections and networks. I want you to work in teams to produce a resource that will help explain what connections are on a computer as well as how to connect to a wireless network and what security is needed and why. You can create: • A podcast • A PowerPoint • A video • A animation The choice is yours
  • 9. Create a set of personal rules for network security that someone would need to follow in order to make sure their network is kept secure. You can use the internet to help you with this.
  • 10. In pairs you have 2 minutes to share one thing you have learnt in today’s lesson and how it will help you. That’s 1 minute each to talk about what you have learnt in todays lesson.

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