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    Form 1   Term 1  Week 11.1 Form 1 Term 1 Week 11.1 Presentation Transcript

    • INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY SHS 1 Term 1~ Week 11 Specific Objective ~ 2.1.3 Specific Objectives ~ 3.1.3
    • Input / Output devices and their functions The use of the numeric keypad
    • REVIEW THE INFORMATION PROCESSING CYCLE
    • INFORMATION PROCESSING CYCLE
    • INPUTS AND OUTPUTS
    • WHAT ARE . . .
      • Microphones
      • Key
      • Money
      • Television
      • Stereo Speaker
      • Keyboards
      • Speaker
      • Lock
      • Food
      • Monitors
      • Mouse
      • Printers
        • Stage 1
        • Receiving data (Input devices)
    • INPUTS ALLOW LIVEWARE / USERS TO . . .
      • Interact with the computer.
      • Issue commands and provide information.
      • Directs the machine on what to do and how to do it.
    • INPUT DEVICES ~ PARTIAL LIST
      • Keyboard
      • Mouse
      • Scanner
      • Joystick
      • Electronic Scratch Pad
      • Drafting Tablet
    • THE MOUSE
    • THE MOUSE
      • The 'Mouse' is a very popular way of controlling the screen cursor. It also makes it very easy to re-size, close and open windows. It is used for generally controlling software through the use of on-screen 'menus'.
    • WAYS TO USE THE MOUSE
        • The Types of Clicks:
          • Single Left Click ~ Selection
          • Double Left Click ~ Activation
          • Click and Drag ~ Moving
          • Single Right Click ~ Task Related
    • The Mouse
      • A mouse fits naturally within the palm of your hand. As you slide your arm back and forth along the desk, the mouse will detect this movement and input.
    • MOUSE POINTERS
      • Pointer Arrow
      • Insertion Pointer
      • Pointer Finger
      • Busy
    • THE KEYBOARD
    • KEYBOARD
      • Used to type data or instructions.
      • Made up of figures, letters, and symbols.
      • Divided in to areas based on function.
    • KEYBOARD'S AREA
      • Typing Keys
      • Control Keys
      • Function Keys
      • Navigation Keys
      • Numeric Keys
      • Indicator Lights
    • TYPING KEYS
      • These keys include the same letter, number, punctuation, and symbol keys found on a traditional typewriter.
    • NUMERIC KEYPAD
      • A fast and efficient way for entering numbers quickly.
      • The keys are grouped together in a block like a calculator.
    • THE SCANNER
    • SCANNER
      • An optical device which is used to input text or graphics into a computer.
      • It uses a beam of light to transfer text or an image into the computer.
        • Stage 3
        • display result (information)
        • (Output devices)
    • OUTPUTS ALLOW HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE TO . . .
      • Present information to its user.
      • R eturn the processed data from a previously inputed task.
      • Display the results or give feedback to the operator.
    • OUTPUT DEVICES ~ PARTIAL LIST
      • Printer
      • Plotters
      • CD-Writer
      • Monitor
      • Projector
      • Speakers
    • THE MONITOR
    • THE MONITOR
      • A Monitor also know as the computer's display, is a piece of electrical equipment which displays the work generated by you using a computer without producing a permanent record.
      • A computer display device is usually either a CRT or some form of flat panel.
    • LCD PROJECTOR
      • An LCD projector is a type of video projector for displaying video, images or your work done on a computer onto a screen or other flat surface.
      • It is the modern equivalent of the overhead projector.
    • THE PRINTER
    • THE PRINTER
      • A printer, produces a hard copy (permanent human-readable text and/or graphics) of documents.
      • Printers are designed for low-volume output.
    • EVALUATION
    • EVALUATION
      • Name 2 Input devices and their describe their uses.
      • Name 2 Output devices and their describe their uses.
      • What is the difference between and input and output device.
    • WHAT ARE . . .
      • Microphones
      • Key
      • Money
      • Television
      • Stereo Speaker
      • Keyboards
      • Speaker
      • Lock
      • Food
      • Monitors
      • Mouse
      • Printers