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  •  portable  easy to use  don’t take up much space  connected to the Internet
  •  portable  easy to use  don’t take up much space  connected to the Internet
  •  portable  easy to use  don’t take up much space  connected to the Internet
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    1. 1. Input and Output Devices
    2. 2. Starter Activity: Input and Output Think about the inputs and outputs of a washing machine: •Input = dirty clothes, water, soap powder, electric •Output= dirty soapy water, clean clothes What inputs and outputs will a dish washer and a fridge have? Input and Output Devices
    3. 3. In this lesson you will learn the differences between computer input and output devices. You will group devices into inputs and outputs and watch a video about a smart house. Lesson Objectives  Be able to explain what input and output devices are  Understand how inputs relate to outputs  Be able to identify input and output devices  Consider the uses of input and output devices Input and Output Devices
    4. 4. Input Devices Input devices are parts of a computer that allow the user to control and adjust an electronic device. For example: You move the mouse. As the mouse moves, the computer receives the information, which causes the pointer on the screen to move. The mouse is the input device. Input and Output Devices
    5. 5. Output Devices Output devices are the computers way of interacting with you. In paint, when you use your mouse to draw a line, that is input. When the computer receives the message, it displays the line that you drew on screen, that is the output. The monitor is the output device. Input and Output Devices
    6. 6. Task 7: Inputs and Outputs Create a table 6 rows by 3 columns. Then complete the input(s) and output(s) columns for the different activities. Activity Input(s) Output(s) Opening a program Move mouse to click button Mouse pointer moves menu selections made Surfing the Internet Making a phone call Watching TV <Your Own Scenario> Input and Output Devices
    7. 7. Task 8: Input or Output Device Create a table 13 rows by 3 columns. Decide whether each device is an input or output device. Add a picture of each device into the third column. Keyboard, monitor, speaker, scanner, printer; mouse, DVD drive, microphone, game controller, sensor, graphics pad, barcode reader Device Input or Output Picture Input and Output Devices
    8. 8. Task 8: Input Devices On The High Street Can you find all the input devices on this high street. There are 9 in total. Input and Output Devices
    9. 9. Task 10: Spot the Input and Output Devices Whilst watching the Smart_House video make a note of all the input and devices that appear around the house. Input and Output Devices
    10. 10. Plenary: You Ask The Question Design three questions to find out what your elbow partner has learnt in todays lesson. When ready, ask your elbow partner your questions. Be ready to ask your questions to other members of the class. Input and Output Devices
    11. 11. Keywords  Be able to explain what input and output devices are  Understand how inputs relate to outputs  Be able to identify input and output devices  Consider the uses of input and output devices Objectives  Input  Output  Device  Speaker     Input and Output Devices  Printer  Scanner  Sensor  Microphone

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