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WEEK 1
ICT ROOM RULES
Some simple pointers to help you
CSL COMPUTER ROOM RULES
• Only enter a computer room when a staff member is
present
• No games to be played
• No food or d...
USING THE SCHOOL
NETWORK
Finding your way around
LOGGING ON
•To log on to the school network you will
need your
•Username (usually your surname and
initials (e.g. patterso...
USING ONENOTE
• All notes in ICT lessons will be taken using OneNote
• Pay careful attention!
• Follow instructions carefu...
FINDING APPLICATIONS
• The main software is Microsoft Office
• Go to Start > All Programs
• Can you find
• MS Word (what i...
USING FOLDERS
• What is a folder?
• Go to My Computer and create a new folder called Y7
• Inside the Y7 folder, create ano...
FILENAMES AND VERSION
MANAGEMENT
• What is a filename?
• Why is it important that you save files with sensible
names?
• Wh...
FILE EXTENSIONS
• What is a file extension?
• What applications use the following extensions?
• Docx
• Xlsx
• Pptx
• Pub
•...
USING SCHOOL EMAIL
Finding your way around
ACCESSING YOUR EMAIL
• Make a note of your email address
• username@cathedral-school.co.uk
• How do you access your email ...
LOGGING INTO YOUR EMAIL
• Domain is Llandaff
• Username is your network username
• Password is your network password
THE EMAIL SCREEN
CAN YOU …..
• Work out how to do the following with your email
account:
• Send an email to someone else in the class
• Rep...
NOW TRY TO …..
•Send an email with an attachment
•Send an email to work out the
difference between:
•To:
•Cc:
•Bcc:
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  • Week 1 title slide
  • Before moving on, pupils must be aware of the basic ICT room proceduresStress that pupils must wait for a staff member and that no games are allowed to be playedExplain about Impero and how all workstations are monitored.
  • Should be self explanatory; go through each item and ask pupils to explain why they are important.
  • Title slide for new section
  • Make sure all pupils have a username and password.Ask all pupils to logon, then to try to solve any issues. Would be a good idea to have technician present.
  • Pupils need to take notes in ICT and this should be done using OneNote. Ideally you can prepare templates before hand for the pupils to complete as this will save a lot of time during lessons, especially for those requiring Learning support.Take time to show the pupils how to use OneNote. It is important that they are happy with this before moving on.
  • Ask the class these questions and also get the pupils to put the answers in their OneNote filesMS Word (what is it used for?) – word processingMS Excel (what is it used for?) - spreadsheetsMS PowerPoint (what is it used for?) - PresentationsMS Publisher (what is it used for?) – Desk Top PublishingMS OneNote (what is it used for?) – Note taking
  • Explain the importance of good organisation, especially as many of the pupils will be doing lots of different subjects and will be at the school for another 7 years.Folders – so that it is easy to find the work that is done during Year 7 and that individually subjects can be found quickly.Get the pupils to add notes to their one note file
  • Explain the importance of sensible filenamesFilename – name given to a file! Must be sensible so that it is obvious what the file contains. Especially important as the year progresses as they will have lots of files.Version management – adding a number to the end of the filename to tell which version of the file it is (i.e.,. After improvements) – allows for the pupil to get back to an earlier version of a file if something goes wrong with the most recent fileGet the pupils to add notes to their one note file
  • Get the pupils to add notes to their one note fileDocx - WordXlsx - ExcelPptx - PowerPointPub - PublisherJpg – Image fileMpeg - video fileOne – One note file
  • Title slide for new section
  • Make sure that pupils have noted their email addressMake sure that they are all familiar with accessing their email.Ask pupils to use the snipping tool to add screen shots to their OneNote files
  • Explain how to logon to the email.Important that they include the domain along with the back slash
  • Go through the main parts of the email screenInbox Sent itemsTodayMessage bodySearchPupils should make notes if appropriate
  • Allow the “better” pupils to explore the email screen and work out the answers themselves.Assist the less ableMake sure that notes are taken in OneNote if appropriate.
  • To – the recipeinet of the emailCc: Carbon Copy – who a copy of the email is sent to (both To and Cc are aware of each other)Bcc: Blind carbon copy – who a copy is sent to but To and Cc are unaware of thisGet the pupils to add notes to their one note file
  • Transcript of "Year 7 - Week 1 network and email"

    1. 1. WEEK 1
    2. 2. ICT ROOM RULES Some simple pointers to help you
    3. 3. CSL COMPUTER ROOM RULES • Only enter a computer room when a staff member is present • No games to be played • No food or drink allowed • Please leave the room tidy • Tuck your chair under when finished • Inform your teacher if anything is broken • Put your name and date in the header • Put the page number in the footer
    4. 4. USING THE SCHOOL NETWORK Finding your way around
    5. 5. LOGGING ON •To log on to the school network you will need your •Username (usually your surname and initials (e.g. pattersonnj) •Password (your teacher will give you this and then you will be asked to change it.
    6. 6. USING ONENOTE • All notes in ICT lessons will be taken using OneNote • Pay careful attention! • Follow instructions carefully
    7. 7. FINDING APPLICATIONS • The main software is Microsoft Office • Go to Start > All Programs • Can you find • MS Word (what is it used for?) • MS Excel (what is it used for?) • MS PowerPoint (what is it used for?) • MS Publisher (what is it used for?) • MS OneNote (what is it used for?)
    8. 8. USING FOLDERS • What is a folder? • Go to My Computer and create a new folder called Y7 • Inside the Y7 folder, create another new folder for each subject that you do • Why have you been asked to create these folders? • Why is it important that you use these folders?
    9. 9. FILENAMES AND VERSION MANAGEMENT • What is a filename? • Why is it important that you save files with sensible names? • What is version management? • Why do you think it is sensible to number the different versions of a file?
    10. 10. FILE EXTENSIONS • What is a file extension? • What applications use the following extensions? • Docx • Xlsx • Pptx • Pub • Jpg • Mpeg • One
    11. 11. USING SCHOOL EMAIL Finding your way around
    12. 12. ACCESSING YOUR EMAIL • Make a note of your email address • username@cathedral-school.co.uk • How do you access your email at school? • How can you access your email away from school?
    13. 13. LOGGING INTO YOUR EMAIL • Domain is Llandaff • Username is your network username • Password is your network password
    14. 14. THE EMAIL SCREEN
    15. 15. CAN YOU ….. • Work out how to do the following with your email account: • Send an email to someone else in the class • Reply to an email • Forward an email • Delete an email • Check your sent items • Check your deleted items • Create a new folder in your inbox
    16. 16. NOW TRY TO ….. •Send an email with an attachment •Send an email to work out the difference between: •To: •Cc: •Bcc:
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