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  •  portable  easy to use  don’t take up much space  connected to the Internet
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    • 1. Hardware
    • 2. Starter Activity: Inside a Computer Watch the Inside_Computer video, this will show you around the inside of a desktop computer. Hardware
    • 3. In this lesson you will learn about the different parts of a computer. Working in groups you will create a presentation on one piece of a computer. Some groups will present their presentations. Lesson Objectives  Be able to identify the components of a computer  Understand the roles of the different components  Be able to create and deliver a short presentation  Be able to setup a presentation to loop Hardware
    • 4. What is Hardware ‘Hardware’ is a word that is used to describe pieces of computer equipment that you can touch. The following pieces of equipment are all inside a computer and can be touched. They are pieces of hardware. CPU Motherboard RAM Hard Drive Hardware
    • 5. Task 11: Hardware Presentation You will work in groups of two and carry out research on a provided piece of hardware. You are to present your findings in a group presentation. The presentation must include: •Title and names of group members •Picture(s) of the hardware •Explanation - what it does and how it works One group for each piece of hardware will be asked to give their presentation to rest of the class. Hardware
    • 6. Task 12: Presentation Thoughts You are to score each presentation out of 10. Be ready to justify your score! Points to consider: 1.Does the presentation demonstrate a good understanding? 2.Are all the required points in the presentation? 3.Is the information provided in the presentation easy to understand? 4.Is the presentation visually appealing? Hardware
    • 7. Task 13: Loop Your Presentation 1.On the Slide Show menu, click Set Up Show. 2.Select the Loop continuously until 'Esc' check box. 3.On the Transitions menu, locate the timings section 4.Select the ‘After’ check box and set the time to 00:10:00 (10 seconds) 5.Click ‘Apply To All’ 6.Clicking the ‘F5’ key will start the presentation Hardware
    • 8. Hardware Task 14: Gallery Walk Press the ‘F5’ key to start your presentation •Do a gallery walk to see all the presentations. •When back at your seat provide some verbal feedback to your nearest group.
    • 9. Plenary: Postcard Using a maximum of four lines at font size 20 summarise what you have learnt in this lesson. Be ready to feedback what you have written to the rest of the class. Hardware
    • 10. Keywords  Be able to identify the components of a computer  Understand the roles of the different components  Be able to create and deliver a short presentation  Be able to setup a presentation to loop Objectives  CPU  RAM  Hard Drive  Motherboard  Heat Sink  Transition  Timings  Loop     Lesson 4 - Hardware