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  • 1. CLASS 11 Introduction to Computers
  • 2. Semester review
    • Lesson 1: Chat acronyms
    • Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs)
    • Useful websites
    • Lesson 2: Memes
    • URLs / domains
    • Lesson 3: Google Search techniques
    • Computer chips / binary systems
    • Lesson 4: Moore’s Law / data prefixes
    • Sound / Twitter
    Lesson 5: Peripherals / Wikipedia /Citations Webquests Lesson 6: QR codes Twitter user configuration Lesson 7: Online safety / Phishing / Malware Lesson 8: YouTube / Subtitle creation Lesson 9: Easter Eggs / Video quiz creation Lesson 10: Cloud computing / Google docs Lesson 11: TED lectures / interactive transcripts Here’s what we’ve studied so far: Assignments : Google search / Weekly Twitter posts / Follow 10 classmates, teacher and a celebrity / Change Twitter user settings (photo and background) / Create a QR code / Meme presentation / Facebook Friends checking / Shakespeare Webquest / Video subtitles / Video quiz / Easter Eggs / Google Docs survey / TED Questions
  • 3.
    • The final quiz is 50 questions to review a bit of
    • everything we have studied this semester. Even
    • though the computers haven’t been friendly to
    • us, we still covered a lot of information.
    • You can review by going to www.jadekite.com/computer
    • Be sure to review:
    • Chat acronyms GUIs Memes URLs Google searches binary memory YouTube subtitling Wikipedia peripherals QR codes malware Easter Eggs Google Docs cloud computing TED lectures
    Final Quiz
  • 4. Review of cloud computing
    • What is cloud computing?
    • Name three examples of companies that use cloud computing.
    • What are the five major advantages to cloud computing?
    • Name two disadvantages of cloud computing.
    • What online software have we used in this class?
  • 5. Review of cloud computing
    • What is cloud computing?
    • Cloud computing is working and saving files online.
    • Name three examples of companies that use cloud computing.
    • Facebook, Flickr, Dropbox, Google docs, YouTube, Twitter…
    • What are the five major advantages to cloud computing?
    • Sharable, Efficient, Portable, Flexible, Automatic
    • Name two disadvantages of cloud computing.
    • 1: You have to be able to go online 2: Security
    • What online software have we used in this class?
    • Facebook, Google docs, YouTube, YouCaption, Twitter
  • 6.
  • 7. What is TED?
    • Source: http://teachingwithted.pbworks.com/w/page/19958111/FrontPage
    • TED stands for 
    • T echnology
    • E ntertainment
    • D esign
    • TED started out in 1984 as a conference bringing
    • together people from those three worlds.
    • TEDTalks  share what happens at TED with the
    • world through their online website at www.ted.com
    • Their motto ( 座右銘 ) is “ Ideas worth spreading ”
    • Millions of people now visit their website to listen to
    • some of the most interesting people in the world
    • talk about what is important to them.
  • 8. Where are the TedTalks held, and who speaks at these things?
    • TEDTalks were originally held in California, but they are now held all around the world.
    • Some well-known speakers include:
    • Bill Gates
    • Al Gore
    • Bill Clinton
    • Jane Goodall
    • Bono
    • Jamie Oliver
  • 9. What’s the point?
    • You can learn about almost anything you’re interested by looking through the TED website. They have a really great variety of speakers from almost every field, giving very interesting information.
    • TED has been called “YouTube for smart people”.
    • TED is also a social networking website, where people can get together and discuss interesting topics, write comments to the lectures, and even help to subtitle the lectures into other languages.
    • You can see TEDTalks translated into Chinese at: http://www.ted.com/translate/
    • languages/zh-tw
  • 10. Let’s watch one
    • http://www.ted.com/talks/marco_tempest_the_magic_of_truth_and_lies_on_ipods.html
    • On the TED website, search for
    • “ Truth and lies” and choose the first video.
    • You can choose Chinese subtitles
    • (if they are available) from the menu:
  • 11. Extra features
    • For many videos, you can use subtitles, and even view the transcript ( 謄本 ) of the talk.
    • If the talk has been translated, you can select the subtitles and view the words on the right of the screen.
  • 12. You Try
    • TED also collects talks given by famous people in other places besides their conferences.
    • Find the Steve Jobs speech called: “How to live before you die”
    • This video doesn’t have a transcript, but it does have subtitles which you can turn on.
  • 13. Quiz
    • When you’re done, take the quiz to answer the questions.
    • Go to the following webpage and click on the link for a quiz about the video.
    • www.jadekite.com/computer/TED.html
    • Answer all the questions.