Immaculate Heart of Mary College
D. Savio St. Better Living Subdivision
Title of the Lesson : Microsoft Word Environment
Level : Computer Literacy for Grade 2
Week 3-4 2nd Assessment Period
1. Familiarize the Parts of the Microsoft Word Environment
2. State the use of each parts of the Microsoft Word.
II. Subject Matter
Parts of the Microsoft Word Environment
III. Tools and Materials
Microsoft Word Software, NSS, TechnoKids Flash cards, TechnoKids Additional Materials
1. Prepare a Powerpoint presentation showing the different parts of the Microsoft Word
soiftware and its uses.
2. Distribute hand-outs.
1. Show and discuss to the class the prepared presentation of the different parts of
Microsoft Word using the NSS show feature.
1. Discuss the tools on Microsoft Word and let the students’ try for themselves.
a. Title Bar
Displays the name of the program use and the name of the document
currently working on. It appears at the top of all Window programs.
b. Menu bar Displays a list of menus used to give
commands to word. Clicking on the
menu name displays a list of
c. Standard Toolbar – toolbars are shortcuts. Contain buttons for the most commonly
used commands. The Standard toolbar
contains buttons for the Word
d. Formatting Toolbar – contains buttons for the most commonly used formatting
commands such as making text, bold or
e. Ruler – Displays left and right paragraph and document margins and tab stops.
f. Task Pane – list commands that are relevant to whatever you’re doing in
g. Insertion Point – The small blinking bar is where the text you type appears on the
h. View Buttons – appear on the left-hand size of the horizontal scroll bar
and are used to display documents in several different views.
i. Scroll bars – there are horizontal and vertical scroll bars.
Use to view and move around the document. The scroll box shows where you are in
j. Status Bar- Displays various important
information such as the total number of pages in a
document, which page you are currently working on,
and the position of the insertion point
k. Minimize Button – Minimizes a window, but still’s running in your computer’s
l. Maximize – Enlarges trhe window so that it fills entire screen. The maximize button
only appears when the window isn’t maximized.
m. Restore – When a window is maximized, clicking the Restore button returns the
window to its previous smaller size.
n. Close Button – Closes the window or program when you finished working with it.
Quiz 2 next meeting . 10 items Multiple Choice type of Exam using Powerpoint.