Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.
USAGE OF ICT INUSAGE OF ICT IN
DAILY LIFEDAILY LIFE
OBJECTIVESOBJECTIVES
 Students will be able to know the
usage of ICT in:
EDUCATION
BANKING
E COMMERCE
INDUSTRY
Before we start our lesson, let us seeBefore we start our lesson, let us see
this video first…this video first…
PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGEPREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE
 Students know the definition of ICT.
 Students know the computers
evolution.
USAGE OF ICT IN DAILY LIFE
EDUCATION Teachers
•Search teaching Materials, participate in online
forums and online conferen...
USAGE OF ICT IN DAILY LIFE
INDUSTRY Workers
• Use machines that are connected to computers to
operate.
Researchers
•analys...
DIFFERENCES BETWEEN COMPUTERIZEDDIFFERENCES BETWEEN COMPUTERIZED
AND NON-COMPUTERIZED SYSTEMSAND NON-COMPUTERIZED SYSTEMS
...
E-COMMERCE
 Advertisement was in
the form of word of
mouth and less
interesting.
• Advertisement was in
the form of
multi...
INDUSTRY
 Production was slow
because everything was
done manually .
 Production are faster
because everything
was done ...
EDUCATION
Teachers have to go to the
library to look for information
for teaching material and have
to identify the infor...
THE IMPACT OF ICT ON SOCIETYTHE IMPACT OF ICT ON SOCIETY
FASTER COMMUNICATION SPEEDFASTER COMMUNICATION SPEED
information ...
LAST BUT NOT LEAST, LET USLAST BUT NOT LEAST, LET US
SEE THIS VIDEO..SEE THIS VIDEO..
Usage of ict in daily life
Usage of ict in daily life
Usage of ict in daily life
Usage of ict in daily life
Usage of ict in daily life
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

Usage of ict in daily life

6,543 views

Published on

ICT Form 4 Syllibus

Published in: Education
  • Be the first to comment

Usage of ict in daily life

  1. 1. USAGE OF ICT INUSAGE OF ICT IN DAILY LIFEDAILY LIFE
  2. 2. OBJECTIVESOBJECTIVES  Students will be able to know the usage of ICT in: EDUCATION BANKING E COMMERCE INDUSTRY
  3. 3. Before we start our lesson, let us seeBefore we start our lesson, let us see this video first…this video first…
  4. 4. PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGEPREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE  Students know the definition of ICT.  Students know the computers evolution.
  5. 5. USAGE OF ICT IN DAILY LIFE EDUCATION Teachers •Search teaching Materials, participate in online forums and online conferences as well as to aid their teaching. Student browse the Internet for information Researchers collect and process data. School administrators for administrative purposes BANKING Customers can make any transactions at the 24 hour service centres or via online Bank administrators oversee the entire banking activities
  6. 6. USAGE OF ICT IN DAILY LIFE INDUSTRY Workers • Use machines that are connected to computers to operate. Researchers •analyse and collect research data for future reference. Administrators •to oversee the entire operations -to detect errors E-COMMERCE Customers connected online with suppliers to purchase products - save time and cost . Suppliers to keep track of their transactions Employees to communicate with their customers for any enquiries.
  7. 7. DIFFERENCES BETWEEN COMPUTERIZEDDIFFERENCES BETWEEN COMPUTERIZED AND NON-COMPUTERIZED SYSTEMSAND NON-COMPUTERIZED SYSTEMS BANKING •Banking was done manually by taking deposits directly •All transactions are done by computers •Transactions can only be made during working hours •Transaction can be done at anytime and place •Takes time to approve any bank application such loan applications •Online services takes less time to approve bank application such as credit cards application
  8. 8. E-COMMERCE  Advertisement was in the form of word of mouth and less interesting. • Advertisement was in the form of multimedia and more interesting  Trading globally was extremely slow, late and expensive. • Trading globally was extremely fast and inexpensive  Distribution of goods, buying and selling are done manually • Distribution of goods, buying and selling are done electronically.
  9. 9. INDUSTRY  Production was slow because everything was done manually .  Production are faster because everything was done using computer  Less profitable because production totally depended on human labour. • More profitable since production can be increased with the computer technology
  10. 10. EDUCATION Teachers have to go to the library to look for information for teaching material and have to identify the information is up to date or not. Teachers use computers to browse the Internet to look for information for teaching material easily and up to date. Teachers and students have spend more times and cost to go to the library to do their research. Teachers and students can save time and cost by using computer and internet in their research. Researchers collect and process data manually using file system Researchers use computers to collect and process data accurately. The organized data and information can be store in computers.
  11. 11. THE IMPACT OF ICT ON SOCIETYTHE IMPACT OF ICT ON SOCIETY FASTER COMMUNICATION SPEEDFASTER COMMUNICATION SPEED information can travel fast and instant. saves time & inexpensive.information can travel fast and instant. saves time & inexpensive. LOWER COMMUNICATION COSTLOWER COMMUNICATION COST RELIABLE MODE OF COMMUNICATIONRELIABLE MODE OF COMMUNICATION information could be accessed & retrieved anywhere , anytimeinformation could be accessed & retrieved anywhere , anytime EFFECTIVE SHARING OF INFORMATIONEFFECTIVE SHARING OF INFORMATION information can be shared by people all around the world.information can be shared by people all around the world. PAPERLESS ENVIRONMENTPAPERLESS ENVIRONMENT information can be stored & retrieved through the digital medium insteadinformation can be stored & retrieved through the digital medium instead of paper.of paper. BORDERLESS COMMUNICATIONBORDERLESS COMMUNICATION SOCIAL PROBLEMSSOCIAL PROBLEMS People tend to become more individualistic and introvert.People tend to become more individualistic and introvert. HEALTH PROBLEMSHEALTH PROBLEMS
  12. 12. LAST BUT NOT LEAST, LET USLAST BUT NOT LEAST, LET US SEE THIS VIDEO..SEE THIS VIDEO..

×