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Alpha Tech

  1. 1. Alpha Tech Program Trainer Kit
  2. 2. Program Objectives Remove the fear of the **computer** Simple and fun way to get started with the computer Learn to operate a computer Learn to connect to the Internet Learn to create documents, worksheets, presentations, using the computer Learn to write and send email Learn to remain safe while on internet Learn to use digital multimedia Learn to use some Educational Software
  3. 3. Program Outline
  4. 4. Module 1: Computer Basics
  5. 5. Module 1: Outline
  6. 6. Lesson 1: Outline
  7. 7. IntroductionToComputers Jargon definition : A computer is a programmable machine that receives input, stores and manipulates data, and provides output in a useful format. (source: Simple definition: Machine that performs tasks automatically (source: Dewang sir)
  8. 8. Watch Option 1: Video Option 2: Demo
  9. 9. Use Create Documents Create Spreadsheets Create Presentations Surf the web Send Email Chat View pictures, music, video Play games
  10. 10. Identify The Main Parts Of A Computer Input Process Output Storage
  11. 11. Watch Option 1: Video Option 2: Demo
  12. 12. Input Devices: Keyboard Mouse Camera Scanner
  13. 13. Central Processing Unit (CPU)
  14. 14. Central Processing Unit (CPU) (Front side) CD / DVD Power On / Off USB Microphone Headphone
  15. 15. Central Processing Unit (CPU) (Back side) Keyboard Mouse Printer Monitor USB Network Microphone Speaker
  16. 16. Central Processing Unit (CPU) (Inside)
  17. 17. Output Devices: Monitors Printers Speakers
  18. 18. Storage devices: Hard disk CD / DVD Floppy Pen drive
  19. 19. Quick Quiz
  20. 20. Steps For Starting A Computer Live demo: Press the power button on CPU Hear: the beep sound See some process happening on the screen See: the three green lights on the keyboard blink See the Windows Operating System loading
  21. 21. Steps For Shutting Down A Computer Live demo Click the Start button Click the Turn off option with Power button Switch off the power supply
  22. 22. Role Play Steps to start a computer Steps to shutdown a computer
  23. 23. Keyboard
  24. 24. Types Of Keyboard. Wired (with pins) USB Wireless
  25. 25. Keys On Your Keyboard
  26. 26. Keys On Your Keyboard Live demo (learners show on their keyboard) Alphanumeric keys: letters, numerals, punctuation marks, and symbols, SHIFT, CAPS LOCK, the TAB key, ENTER, the SPACEBAR, and BACKSPACE Control keys: CTRL, ALT, Windows and ESC. Function keys: F1 to F12 Navigation keys: LEFT, RIGHT, UP, DOWN, HOME, END, PAGE UP, PAGE DOWN, DELETE, and INSERT. Print Screen, Scroll Lock, Pause
  27. 27. Keys On Your Keyboard Numeric keypad
  28. 28. Quick Quiz
  29. 29. Perform Different Tasks By Using A Mouse. Click Double click Drag Right click Scroll
  30. 30. Arrow / Pointer Cursor / Entry point Hand
  31. 31. Practice: Keyboard & Mouse
  32. 32. Lesson 1: Summary
  33. 33. Sort Game Mouse Keyboard Scanner Hard Disk CD-ROM Printer Headphone Monitor Floppy Speaker DVD-ROM Microphone
  34. 34. Test
  35. 35. Basics Parts Of A Laptop Option 1: Video Option 2: Demo
  36. 36. Basics Parts Of A Laptop Monitor Keyboard Speakers Touchpad
  37. 37. Basics Parts Of A Laptop Battery Adaptor
  38. 38. Using The Touchpad Click Drag Double click Right click
  39. 39. Power CD / DVD Speaker - Headphone Card Reader
  40. 40. Power Network Mouse Video Microphone and headphone USB Monitor Mouse Printer
  41. 41. Alpha Tech Program
  42. 42. Recap
  43. 43. Lesson 2: Outline
  44. 44. Common Computer Terminology What is an operating system? What are programs and data?
  45. 45. Game Narrator Actor Enabler (Source: Whose Line is it Anyway)
  46. 46. Types Of Network LAN WAN
  47. 47. Components Of Network Client Server Communication channel
  48. 48. World Wide Web Option 1: Video Option 2: Animation
  49. 49. Quiz
  50. 50. Summary
  51. 51. Alpha Tech Program
  52. 52. Recap
  53. 53. Lesson 3: Outline
  54. 54. Types Of Computers Desktop Laptop Netbook Palmtop Tablet
  55. 55. Role Of Memory Temporary Permanent Units: Bit Byte Kb Mb Gb
  56. 56. Summary
  57. 57. Quiz Question 1 Which of the following features are true of laptops as compared with desktop computers? Select all answers that apply. They generally cost more for similar hardware. They consume less power. They are good travel companions. They are easier to upgrade. Question 2 Which of the following are true statements about RAM? Select all answers that apply. The amount affects the computer’s performance. Its contents are permanent. It has lower data-retrieval speed compared with storage memory. It stores active data and programs.
  58. 58. Alpha Tech Program
  59. 59. Recap
  60. 60. Lesson 4: Outline
  61. 61. Functions Of Operating System. Provides a user interface Provides utilities to configure your system Helps manage computer resources Helps secure data by controlling user access to a computer
  62. 62. Windows XP Interface Start Menu Taskbar Icons
  63. 63. Start Menu Explain each
  64. 64. Icons Object Shortcut
  65. 65. Taskbar Quick launch Notification Turn off
  66. 66. Program Window Title bar Menu bar Toolbar Min Max Close Scroll Resize Taskbar
  67. 67. Settings Set time Set date Set desktop wallpaper
  68. 68. Files And Folders File types Explorer Create Rename Move Copy Paste Delete Properties Views
  69. 69. File Create a document using Microsoft Word New Save as practice file on desktop
  70. 70. Folder Open Windows Explorer. In D Drive Create Training folder, open it. Create Materials folder View details of folder Rename Materials folder to Resources Move file from desktop to Resources folder using copy and paste Delete file from desktop
  71. 71. Summary How’s how format
  72. 72. Test Create a document “Module 1” on desktop In D Drive create a folder “Assessment” Create a subfolder “Formative” Copy the document from desktop to this folder Delete the document from desktop Rename the document “Module 1 Lesson 4”