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Importance and basics of computer education for school students


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This is done by me for school students who doesn't know the importance and or any basics of computers and technology who are in rural/underdeveloped schools. Purely Basics ONLY!!

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Importance and basics of computer education for school students

  1. 1. Importance |&| Basics of Computer education -For School students BY: P V SRIRAM
  2. 2. Are computers really necessary for us ?
  3. 3. Expression Visual Presentations Websites, Blogs Mini projects How tools work Analyses
  4. 4. Information Technology as a vehicle
  5. 5. Cultivating Skills Research Problem solving Logical skills
  6. 6. Builds confidence Tech + Books Motivation Information searching Using tools
  7. 7. Why this class
  8. 8. INDEX  Chap-1: What is a COMPUTER ?  Chap-2: What is I/O, Hardware and Software – Examples ?  Chap-3: Understanding a Software and its purpose.  Chap-4: How does a computer works ?  Chap-5: What's next level of computing ?
  9. 9. Father of computer  Charles Babbage  Born: December 26, 1791  Died: October 18, 1871,
  10. 10. Chapter - 1 What is a computer Types of computers Generations of computers Applications
  11. 11. What is a You know this What it can be then ? C O M P U T E R
  12. 12. What is a You know this What it can be then ? C Commonly O Operated M Machine P Particularly U Used for T Trade E Education / Economic . . . R Research
  13. 13. Types of Computers By Size By Function By Usage
  14. 14. T O C’s – By Size 1.Personal computer 2.Mini computer 3.Main frame 4.SuperComputers
  15. 15. T O C’s by Function and Usage ByFunction Servers Workstations Information Appliances Embedded Systems ByUsage Personal Public Display
  16. 16. Generation of Computers S.N. Generation & Description 1 First Generation The period of first generation: 1946-1959. Vacuum tube based. 2 Second Generation The period of second generation: 1959-1965. Transistor based. 3 Third Generation The period of third generation: 1965-1971. Integrated Circuit based. 4 Fourth Generation The period of fourth generation: 1971-1980. VLSI microprocessor based. 5 Fifth Generation The period of fifth generation: 1980-onwards. ULSI microprocessor based
  17. 17. from THEN to NOW
  18. 18.  Just plug the HDMI connector into a TV or monitor
  19. 19. Applications of Computers
  20. 20. Chapter - 2 I/O Hardware Software
  21. 21. Hardware Physical parts or components of a computer 1. Monitor. 2. Motherboard. 3. CPU (Microprocessor). 4. Main memory (RAM). 5. Expansion cards. 6. Power supply unit. 7. Optical disc drive. 8. Hard disk drive (HDD). 9. Keyboard. 10. Mouse.
  22. 22. Software OS – system software Application software
  23. 23. Chapter – 3 Understanding Software [Play this video]
  24. 24. H S
  25. 25. Chapter – 4 How does a computer works  It takes in raw information (or data) at one end, stores it until it's ready to work on it, chews and crunches it for a bit, then spits out the results at the other end. All these processes have a name. Taking in information is called input, storing information is better known as memory (or storage), chewing information is also known as processing, and spitting out results is called output. Input Process Output
  26. 26. Chapter - 5 Future and present computing