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  • 1. LESSON PLANDATE: 19 JULY 2010SUBJECT: COMPUTER STUDEISDURATION: 1.5 HOURSCLASS: YEAR 7ATIME: 8:00 – 9:30am<br />TOPIC OUTPUT DEVICES<br />
    • OBJECTIVE:By the end of the lesson, the students should able to:Identify the Output Devices Name at least THREE output devices of parts of computer Identify the features and functions of output devices;Monitor SpeakerPrinter4. Recognise the differences between CRT monitor and LCD monitor5. Identify the features of three different printer
    TEACHINGAIDSComputersInteractive White BoardProjectorICT Textbook year 7Website: http://teachlogy.wordpress.com/Microsoft Power point <br />
    • TEACHING DEVELOPMENTTEACHINGDEVELOPMENTSet Induction Teacher will ask students to go to http://teachlogy.wordpress.com/lesson/input-devices/brainstorming-activity/Students will do the brainstorming activity by post their answer on the question given. What do you understand by output.Give example of output devices do you know.Give example o f input devices that you learn before. Teacher will introduce today lesson on Output Devices and the objectives of the topic that need to be achieved. http://teachlogy.wordpress.com/lesson/input-devices/lesson-objectives/ 10 MinutesDevelopmentTeacher will display http://teachlogy.wordpress.com/lesson/input-devices/notes/ on IWB and ask students to go to the page.Teacher explains and define the output devices by showing an exampleTeacher explains the features and functions monitor by giving an example.Teacher explains the differences between CRT and LCD monitor by showing pictures as an examplesTeacher explains the function of speakerTeacher explains the features and functions of printer by showing the pictures and example.Teacher describe the features of three different printer by showing the pictures of different printerActivitiesActivity 1: Oral questionsTeacher then ask the students some oral questions on:What is Output device?Give three examples of output devicesExplain the function of speakerList three different of printerName two different monitorActivity 2 : Group DiscussionTeacher will ask the student to gohttp://teachlogy.wordpress.com/lesson/Output-devices/group discussion/Teacher will instruct the students to make a group of three.The students will be asked to browse the internet and search for pictures output devices and functions of:PlotterProjectorComputer output on microfilmThen, every group must present their finding using google doc : Microsoft power point in front of the teacher and their friends.Activity 3: ExerciseTeacher will ask the student to gohttp://teachlogy.wordpress.com/lesson/Output-devices/exercises/Teacher will give exercise based on their ability.Exercise 1 – For Easy questionExercise 2 – For Medium questionExercise 3 – For Challenging questionActivity 4: Enrichment (Student who are finish their exercise early)Teacher will ask the student to gohttp://teachlogy.wordpress.com/take a challeng?/outputdevicesactivity/20 minutes5 minutes25 minutes25 minutes
    CLOSURETeacher will recap the lesson by asking them fishing and shooting questions.Teacher will ask the students to read more on the topic and retrieve notes and homework from the website: http://teachlogy.wordpress.com/lesson/input-devices/read-more/ and http://teachlogy.wordpress.com/lesson/input-devices/homework/Teacher reminds the students to do their homework and submit though email. 5 minutes<br />EVALUATION:<br />