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    Form 1   Term 3   Week 2.3 Form 1 Term 3 Week 2.3 Presentation Transcript

        • INFORMATION
        • COMMUNICATIONS
        • TECHNOLOGY
        • Term 3 ~ Week 2.3
        • Specific Objective ~ 1.2.1
    • Objectives
      • Use functions common to arithmetic applications e.g. percentages, averages, count, maximum, minimum for simple calculation.
    • Required Previous Knowledge
      • How to open an existing MS Excel File.
      • Comprehension and application of basic math skills.
    • 1.Introduce lesson by reviewing: 1.How each cell has a unique address / identifier. 2.How to insert a simple mathematical formula.
    • 1.Demonstrate how we can solve for the average value for a set of data using two (2) different techniques: 1.Summing the total and then dividing by the total number of cells. 2.Using the Average Function.
    • 1.Introduce the concept of 'Functions” to students: 1.Explain there is a very long list of hundreds. 2.They range in their purpose to include: 1.Date & Time 2.Financial 3.Information 4.Logical 5.Mathematical 6.Statistical 7.Text 3.Provide examples for when we would use: 1.Financial 2.Mathematical 3.Statistical
      • Functions ~ A predefined set of mathematical rules within a spreadsheet for the purpose of making calculations easier (i.e. turning date into information).
      • Common mathematical functions:
      • 1.Average (AVG)
      • 2.Count (COUNT)
      • 3.Maximum (MAX)
      • 4.Minimum (MIN)
    • 1.Guide students to construct a simple formula to find the maximum value within a range of cells. (i.e. =MAX(A1::A5))
    • 1.Review the “Formula Bar” within a spreadsheet application.
    • 1.Have students open their saved file from the previous class. Next to their previous formula, guide them to use a function to find their average grade.
    • QUESTIONS.
    •  
    • REVIEW CUT, COPY AND PASTE (CCP)
    • Cut / Copy / Paste (CCP)
      • You can use the Cut / Copy and Paste to move or duplicate text over a long distance or to another application. Example from MS Word to MS Excel.
      • Helps to save time by not retyping text.
    • (CCP) By The Numbers ~ Standard Toolbar (Method B)
      • Select the text.
      • Then go to the “Standard Toolbar” and select your desired function. CUT or COPY .
      • Then place your “Insertion Pointer” at the location where you which to PASTE your text.
      • Click one time with the LEFT mouse button to get your Insertion Cursor.
      • Then you go to the “Standard Toolbar” and select PASTE .
    • REVIEW OPENING AND BROWSING A WEB PAGE USING HYPER-LINKS
    • Browsing A Web Page Using Hyper-Links
      • Pointer Arrow ~ For controlling the browser main features.
      • Insertion Pointer ~ For typing and selecting text.
      • Pointer Finger ~ For selecting hyper-links you wish to follow.
    • Browsing With Hyper-Links By The Numbers
      • Place the mouse pointer on any hyper-link within a web page. You can see the link's URL in the STATUS BAR.
      • To follow a link to its location or content, single left click.
      • Wait for the new web page to load the content. You can watch the Throbber or Progress Bar.
    • SAVING A WEB PAGE TO A STORAGE DEVICE
    • Saving A Web Page To A Storage Device
      • You can save a web page that you are viewing on the internet so it can be viewed at another computer that is not connected to the internet.
    • Saving A Web Page To A Storage Device
      • You will NOT be able to browse the web site, but only view those exact pages you saved when at the café.
      • It is similar to printing to a PDF file, but is still in its native HTML Format.
    • Saving A Web Page By The Numbers (1 of 3)
      • Browse to the desired web page and wait for it to load completely (i.e. Status Bar displays DONE.)
      • SLC “FILE” on the Menu Bar and select “SAVE AS”.
    • Saving A Web Page By The Numbers (2 of 3)
      • The “SAVE WEB PAGE” dialogue box will appear.
    • Saving A Web Page By The Numbers (3 of 3)
      • Choose a location to save the file.
        • Remember “MS Word Save By The Numbers”.
        • “ My Documents”
        • Choose a Folder / Create a New Folder
        • Type your “File Name”
      • Make Certain “SAVE AS TYPE” is set to “Web Page, Complete (*.htm,*.html)”
      • Click “Save”.
    • Saving A Web Page ~ Example No. 1
    • DEMONSTRATION
    • Saving A Web Page ~ Example No. 2
    • DEMONSTRATION
    • SAVING / DOWNLOADING
    • Saving / Downloading
      • Saving ~ Recording of the current user document to a storage device, can include a network but is not compulsory.
      • Downloading ~ To transfer from one computer to another via the use of a network.
    • Saving / Downloading
      • There is a very small difference between Saving and Downloading.
      • Downloading involves storing files from the internet on to a different storage devices. E.g. Hard drive.
    • Saving / Downloading
      • Not all files that are on-line are able to be downloaded because of copyright laws.
      • They include files that have been uploaded by someone else for us to download and then “take home”. (i.e. Song, Picture, Application, etc.)
    • Downloading A Linked File By The Numbers (1 of 2)
      • Place you mouse pointer on the item you wish to save from a web page.
      • Single Right Click and a context menu will appear.
    • Downloading A Linked File By The Numbers (2 of 2)
      • Select “SAVE TO DISK” and save the file to your desired location.
    • Saving Graphics/Photos By The Numbers
      • Place your cursor over the graphic image
      • Single Right Click.
      • Select “Save Picture As” option to save it to hard disk.
        • You either maintain old file name or rename it.
    • DEMONSTRATION
    • COPYING TEXT FROM A WEB PAGE
    • Copying Text From A Web Page
      • After locating information on the internet you may choose to copy a select portion of the web-page for future use.
      • Be certain to note/cite the source of the material
      Harris, Robert. &quot;Internet Research Sources.&quot;      VirtualSalt . 17 Nov. 1997.  17 Oct 2000      <http://www.virtualsalt.com/evalu8it.htm>. The first date is the date of the page itself, while the second date is the date you accessed (read or printed) the page.
    • Copying Text From A Web Page By The Numbers (1 of 2)
      • After locating the information you want to copy off of the internet, follow the same steps as “CCP By The Numbers”.
      • Select the entire information.
      • Select COPY from the EDIT MENU on the menu bar.
    • Copying Text From A Web Page By The Numbers (2 of 2)
      • Go to / Launch the desired application you which to paste the information in to.
      • Place the insertion point at the beginning of the area you want to paste the information.
      • Go to Edit Menu and select PASTE.
    • DEMONSTRATION
    • QUESTIONS