Subject                                         Objectives                                  References                  Me...
3. Use the tool thesaurus in making descriptive poetry




Text wrap, clip art, fill color
and image control              ...
Session 2: Poems that
rhyme                         1. Define the term “Image control”                                    ...
MS Word Windows          Learn how to open and exit MS Word                                      Discussion, Hands On




...
Session I: What is computer? Decorate the poem book cover                                     P 7-9 (techno basic)   Discu...
Decorate the Poem Book
Cover                       At the end of the lesson, the pupils are expected to:           Techno ...
Introduction to Image Control At the end of the lesson, the pupils are expected to:          Techno Poet, pp. 25-27
      ...
Compose Descriptive Poetry At the end of the lesson, the pupils are expected to:
                           A. relocate cl...
c. familiarized with the MS Word Environment.




Composing a Descriptive     Given PowerPoint presentation using LCD Proj...
Technokids Course
                             a. Correct spelling errors using spell check                    Materials S...
Familiarize with the use of different tools in editing the poem
                          Learn to print one’s work




  ...
What is a picture poem?    Define picture poems.
Picture Poems, Word Art,
Object Order               Create a picture poem...
Assignment 6: An
Introduction to Image Control 1. Familiarize with the image control tools.
                              ...
Create a Folder   Create own folder on the computer.


                  Recognize importance of file organization.




Te...
Basic Keyboarding   Define Keyboarding




                    Identify the Row Keys on the Keyboard.
                    ...
Microsoft Word, Formatting
tools (Font and Border)      Design the Poem Book Cover.


                             Familia...
Parts of the Microsoft Word
Environment                   Familiarize the Parts of the Microsoft Word Environment


      ...
Edit descriptive poetry
(Thesaurus)                  1. Define the term descriptive poetry                       Techno po...
The Keyboard, Different   At the end of a 40-min. class, 90% of the students are expected
Mouse Pointers            to:


...
Poetry   At the end of a 40-min. class, the students are expected to:


         Define the following terms:



         P...
Appreciate reading different kinds of poem (nursery rhymes,
haiku, tongue twisters, picture poems)
Motivation                            Preparation                  Presentation                    Project Making         ...
c. Review




Prayer and Greetings




Attendance
Review




a. Prayer and Greetings

b. Attendance


c. Review



Greetin...
(the students will read poems with
rhyming words)


Greetings

Attendance
Review(Text Wrapping)
Motivation
The students wi...
Prayer and greetings




Attendance
Review
Motivation
Sing a song “ Computer parts
song”
Monitor ,I see
CPU, my head
Keybo...
Prayer and greetings
                                   Attendance
                                   Review
             ...
What do you think makes a book
interesting? What usually catches
your attention whenever you see a                        ...
Discuss what is image control and the
                                                                different image cont...
Discuss how to compose a
Let the pupils read a sample poem.                                  descriptive poetry following ...
Give an object and ask the students
how they can describe the object    Prayer & Greetings


                             ...
Greetings
                                     Attendance
                                     Review about Tongue Twister...
Use text wrapping and image controls
                                                                                     ...
It bugs me when my father snores.
                                                            And when my mother gives me
...
The group representative will list   WHAT ARE THE PARTS OF THE
the words in the whiteboard          KEYBOARD
             ...
Produce a copy of Pocketful of   Discuss and demonstrate to the class
Poems to each students’ computer the following throu...
b. Poems have different styles. Some
                               poems rhymes others are free verse.
                  ...
a. Click the insert clip art tool in the
                          Microsoft Word Drawing toolbar or
                     ...
Home Row Keys – A, S, D, F, G, H,
                                    K, L and the symbol colon, semi-
                   ...
In the Font Dialog Box select the Font
                                     style by clicking the list of font styles
    ...
c. Standard Toolbar – toolbars are
shortcuts. Contain buttons for the
most commonly used commands.
The Standard toolbar co...
m. Restore – When a window is
                       maximized, clicking the Restore
                       button returns...
2. Click the text Wrapping tool on
                                    the TechnoPoet toolbar.
                           ...
Arrow – normal pointing arrow used
                                      to select objects
                               ...
Twinkle, twinkle, little star, How I
wonder what you are! Up above the
world so high, Like a diamond in the
sky. Twinkle, ...
Lesson Development                            Hands-On                            Internalization                      Ass...
How to use the thesaurus tool.           Lazy
1. Double click or highlight the word
you want to find a synonym.           ...
Different tools/controls on the image                                       Memorize the image control
control            ...
Numeric Keys
Proper Posture in Keyboarding
Proper positioning of fingers on
keyboard



a. Use of Ms Word                 ...
Add border
Change font style
Add font effects
                                                                           O...
Read the next topic.            Creativeness, Ability




Create a drawing based on its
description.                    Cr...
Read the next topic, “What
Bugs Me.”                      Awareness




Write a poem about what bugs
you.                 ...
Research on different kinds of
                                                                                   poems.  ...
c. MS Word Environment

                                                             SAS Institutional Goals; 8 inculcate
...
> Open Microsoft Word
 > open the TechnoPoet Folder
 > click Pocketful of poems
 > Use the spell check in your poems.
 > S...
SAS Education Objectives: 8. Develop
                                    analytical and logical thinking with
            ...
Create a picture poem of a cat.




                                  Be ready for a quiz next   Appreciate the use of the...
Quiz 2 next meeting . 10 items Multiple
Choice type of Exam using Powerpoint.
Descriptive poetry – is a poem that
uses words to paint a picture of what   Find the synonym of the following
something lo...
Do page 7 of the E-Files
Journal at home
Study page 4, 8-9 of the E-Files
Journal. Be ready for Quiz 1
next meeting.
Evaluation           Correlation with Other Discipline                   Synthesis   Seatwork   Application




          ...
Label each part of the MS Word
Environment/Windows MS word
Windows
See Image:
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FolderTECHNOKIDS
MATERI...
Apply the rules and regulations
Let the pupils identify the rules and   discussed while inside the computer
regulation dis...
Check the output of their work in the
computer.




Let the pupils think of other words
and design it according to its    ...
Let the pupils change the image
Check the pupils activity.              control of a picture.




                        ...
Let the pupils compose a
Compose a descriptive poem.                                                            descriptiv...
English, using thesaurus and making a poem is being
                        discussed in this subject




                ...
Instruction : Correct the wrong
spelling by Using Spelling check
tool.
1. Thower
2. Mouce
3. Kiybord
4. Moneytor
5. Poesm
...
English. In this subject, they can practice their
                                         communication skills while prac...
Answer page 39 of TechnoPoet
book.
Do activity exercise of Assignment 6
on TechnoPoet book




Page 1 of TechnoPoet Handbook, “
Questions about Poems”
Let the students create their own
folder in their respective
workstations.




Format the poem entitled Text Wrap
and form...
See Image:
svr-01TEACHERSShared Folder
TECHNOKIDS MATERIALSLesson
PlansTechnoPoetimagesBasicKe
yboarding
Let each students design their own
poem book cover.
Rate the Picture Poem done by the
following criteria:
Text Wrapping Tools usage 5 pts
Inserting Clip Art 5 pts

Word Art 5...
Answer TKPoet book page 1. “
Questions about poems”
Materials   Generalization
textbook, poem written in a
manila paper




Computer
computer




computer




computer, bond paper




computer




computer
computer




computer




computer




computer




computer
computer




computer
Computer, LCD Projector
Computer, LCD Projector




Computer, LCD Projector
Computer, LCD Projector




TechnoKids Resource file,
TechnoKids textbook
TechnoPoet handbook,
computer, Microsoft Word
software, pencil, NSS software




NSS, Computers, PowerPoint Teacher will a...
TechnoPoet textbook,
Microsoft Word software, NSS,
TechnoKids flashcards,
   Technokids Resource file




Teacher’s Guide,...
NSS, Computer




TechnoKids TechnoPoet
Resource file, TechnoPoet
book, NSS, Microsoft Word
software, TechnoKids
flashcard...
NSS, Computer, Handouts,
Keyboard, Technokids
Additional Materials, Learn
typing Quick and Easy
software
NSS software, TechnoPoet
handbook, computer,
TechnoPoet Resource File,
Microsoft Word software
Microsoft Word Software,
NSS, TechnoKids Flash cards,
TechnoKids Additional
Materials hand-outs
TechnoPoet handbook,
Computer, NSS
NSS, Computer, E-Files Journal
NSS, Teacher’s Guide,
TechnoKids Additional
Materials, Power point
presentation, Different Poem
samples.
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  1. 1. Subject Objectives References Methodology Visual Aids Given a project making using the Microsoft Word, at least 95% My Favorite Tongue Twister! of the pupils should be able to: Demonstration, Hands-on Show creativity and talent in arts using MS Word Application Familiarize with the use of different tools in creating a Tongue twister Poem Learn to print one’s work Given an orientation, at least 95% of the pupils should be able Orientation to: Discussion and Demonstration PowerPoint - Grade 3 Orientation Recognize the importance of Computer laboratory rules Network Support System or NSS Follow rules and regulations being implemented in the computer laboratory, Familiarize their selves in Microsoft Word Given an orientation, at least 95% of the pupils should be able Orientation to: PowerPoint - Grade 3 Orientation Follow rules and regulations being implemented in the computer laboratory, Network Support System or NSS Comply with the requirements given. Appreciate and Familiarize the Microsoft Word environment. Edit descriptive poetry (Thesaurus) 1. Define the term descriptive poetry Techno poet pages 55 Discussion, Hands on activity 2. Determine the function of the tool thesaurus
  2. 2. 3. Use the tool thesaurus in making descriptive poetry Text wrap, clip art, fill color and image control Determine the steps in using text wrap and image control Follow up activity Insert clip art Techno Poet 6-5 to 6-6, Edit the book Determine the function of spelling and grammar tool teacher's manual Discussion, Hands on activity Check the spelling ang grammar of the paragraph in MS Word by using the spelling and grammar tool Session 2: Poems that rhyme Define the term “rhyme” Discussion, Hands On Introduction to text wrap Recognize rhyming words in a poem Change the text wrap of a picture
  3. 3. Session 2: Poems that rhyme 1. Define the term “Image control” Discussion, Hands On 2. Appreciate the function of Image control in changing the color Introduction to Image Control appearance color appearance of an image using image 3. Change the control Techno poet (Addt’l Windows XP Environment Identify the parts of Windows XP Environment Material p1-3) Discussion/Demonstration Pay attention to the functions of each part Familiarize with Windows XP Techno PC (Addict material Keyboarding Lesson 1. Define the term keyboard p.p 9-14) Discussion, Demonstration 2. Identify the different parts of keyboard 3. Know the proper posture in typing and the position of fingers on the keyboard.
  4. 4. MS Word Windows Learn how to open and exit MS Word Discussion, Hands On Familiarize with MS Word Windows Determine the different parts of Ms Windows Recognize the function of each part. Decorate the poem book cover Create a folder called techno poet Session I (techno poet 5-9) Hands On Decorate the poem book cover Add a border and change the font
  5. 5. Session I: What is computer? Decorate the poem book cover P 7-9 (techno basic) Discussion, Hands On Determine the uses of buttons in the formatting toolbar Execute Open, Save, and Close in the File Menu Orientation At the end of the lesson the pupils are expected to : identify the rules and regulations in the computer laboratory. observe proper behavior inside the computer laboratory. take good care of the computer facilities. What is Poetry? At the end of the lesson, the pupils are expected to: Techno Poet A. define poet and poetry. pp. 1-2 B. describe the different style of poems. C. recite a poem. Make a Folder At the end of the lesson, the pupils are expected to; Techno Poet p. 3 A. define the term folder. B. create a folder called Technpoet. C. organize files.
  6. 6. Decorate the Poem Book Cover At the end of the lesson, the pupils are expected to: Techno Poet, pp. 5-10 A. Open and close the program MS Word. B. Format the text. C. apply an art page border. Designing Words (Skill Review) At the end of the lesson, the pupils are expected to; Techno-Poet, pg. 13 A. open and close the MS Word program. B. show appreciation of the different word arts. C. type words according to what it means. Concrete Poetry At the end of the lesson, the pupils are expected to: Techno Poet, p. 15 A. create a drawing or sketch based n the description. B. learn to construct concrete poetry by arranging the words or text given. C. perform the given activity properly. What is a Rhyme? At the end of the lesson, the pupils are expected to: Techno Poet, pp. 19-20 A. identify what is a rhyme. B. find rhyming words in a poem. C. recite a poem with rhyming words. Introduction to Text Wrap At the end of the lesson, the pupils are expected to: Techno Poet, pp. 21-24 A. define the term text wrap. B. resize and relocate clip art. C. decorate a poem using clip art.
  7. 7. Introduction to Image Control At the end of the lesson, the pupils are expected to: Techno Poet, pp. 25-27 A. define poet and poetry. B. appreciate the use of MS Word in creating a poem. C. edit the appearance of the front cover of the book. What Bugs Me? At the end of the lesson, the pupils are expected to: Techno Poet, pp. 29-30 A. write poems about What Bugs Me. B. save a document. C. apply knowledge to make the poem look great. Cat Picture Poem At the end of the lesson, the pupils are expected to: Techno Poet, pp. 39-47 A. compose a picture poem. B. generate a list of nouns, verbs, adjective and adverbs related to an object. C. select a word art design. Compose a Picture Poem At the end of the lesson, the pupils are expected to: Techno Poet, pp.45-47 A. compose their own picture poem. B. choose appropriate words that best describes the picture. C. select a word art design. Edit Descriptive Poetry At the end of the lesson, the pupils are expected to: Techno Poet, pp. 55-56 A. use the Thesaurus to replace a selected text with its synonym. B. illustrate the poem. C. generate a list of synonyms.
  8. 8. Compose Descriptive Poetry At the end of the lesson, the pupils are expected to: A. relocate clip art within a document. B. compose a free verse poem. C. use the thesaurus to change words in the poem. Tongue Twisters At the end of the lesson, the pupils are expected to: Techno Poet, pp. 67-69 A. generate words that have the same beginning word. B. compose a tongue twister. C. apply the text format. Technokids Copyright Decorate our Poem book Given a discussion, at least 95% of the pupils should be able to: 1993-2006 Discussion and Demonstration Slide Show Presentation Technokids Course Integrate our theme for nutrition month in our activity Materials appreciate the function of each tools in Ms Word create an handouts using all the tools in Ms Word Given a discussion using a slide presentation, at least 95% of Technokids Course MS Word the pupils should be able to: Taking Materials pp.3-7 Discussion MS PowerPoint Presentation a. understand the use of MS Word; Demonstration b. open and close MS Word in different ways; and
  9. 9. c. familiarized with the MS Word Environment. Composing a Descriptive Given PowerPoint presentation using LCD Projector at least Poetry 95% of the students should be able to: TechnoPoet pp. 57-58 Discussion, Demonstration, Hands-On Computer, LCD Projector TechnoPoet Course Relocate the clip within a document Materials SY 2007-2008 Compose a free verse poem Use thesaurus to change words in the poem Given PowerPoint presentation using LCD Projector at least Descriptive Poetry 95% of the students should be able to: TechnoPoet pp. 55-56 Discussion, Demonstration, Hands-On TechnoPoet Course Define Descriptive Poetry Materials SY 2007-2008 Illustrate the poem Apply the thesaurus to replace selected text with synonyms Poetry Reading – Edit the Given PowerPoint presentation using LCD Projector at least Book 95% of the students should be able to: TechnoPoet pp 75-76 Discussion/Demonstration
  10. 10. Technokids Course a. Correct spelling errors using spell check Materials SY 2007-2008 b. Read poetry to classmates c. Print a document Poetry Reading – Print the Given PowerPoint presentation using LCD Projector at least Book 95% of the students should be able to: TechnoPoet page 77 Discussion/Demonstration TechnoKids Course a. Identify what other options in printing Materials SY 2007-2008 b. Distinguish other printing options c. Print a document Share the Poems in a Poetry Given PowerPoint presentation using LCD Projector at least Reading 95% of the students should be able to: TechnoPoet page 77 Discussion/Demonstration TechnoKids Course a. Read their own poems in class Materials SY 2007-2008 b. Communicate with their classmates effectively Given a project making using the MS Word application, at least Project Making - Christmas Poem of the pupils should be able to: 95% Demonstration, Hands-on Show creativity and talent in arts using MS Word Application
  11. 11. Familiarize with the use of different tools in editing the poem Learn to print one’s work Given PowerPoint presentation using LCD Projector at least Tongue Twister 95% of the students should be able to: TechnoPoet pp 67-69 Discussion/Demonstration Technokids Course a. Generate words that has the same beginning word Materials SY 2007-2008 b. Compose a tongue twister c. Apply the text format What is a picture poem? Define the term picture poem Techno poet pages 39 Discussion, Hands on Insert appropriate clip art or picture for the picture poem of a bunny Use text wrap in positioning the text around the picture/clip art Assignment 7: What Bugs Me Write rhyming poems. Apply knowledge of clip art , text wrap and image control to Rhyming words illustrate a rhyming poem.
  12. 12. What is a picture poem? Define picture poems. Picture Poems, Word Art, Object Order Create a picture poem of a cat. Appreciate the use of Text toolbars of MS Word in creating picture poem. At the end of a 40-min. period, the students are expected to The Keyboard achieve the following objectives with 85% accuracy. Keyboarding Courseware Define what a keyboard is, Identify the parts of the keyboard, Use the keys of the keyboard appropriately.
  13. 13. Assignment 6: An Introduction to Image Control 1. Familiarize with the image control tools. 2. Use image control to format pictures. 3. Appreciate the use of image control. What is Poetry? Define Poet and poetry. Recognize the different types of poems. Appreciate different types of poetry.
  14. 14. Create a Folder Create own folder on the computer. Recognize importance of file organization. Text Wrap
  15. 15. Basic Keyboarding Define Keyboarding Identify the Row Keys on the Keyboard. Familiarize the proper position of the fingers while typing on the keyboard. Show interest in applying the proper way of typing on the keyboard.
  16. 16. Microsoft Word, Formatting tools (Font and Border) Design the Poem Book Cover. Familiarize the Border and Font tools in designing the poem book cover. Appreciate the use of the Border and Font tools in MS Word in designing document.
  17. 17. Parts of the Microsoft Word Environment Familiarize the Parts of the Microsoft Word Environment State the use of each parts of the Microsoft Word.
  18. 18. Edit descriptive poetry (Thesaurus) 1. Define the term descriptive poetry Techno poet pages 55 Discussion, Hands on activity 2. Determine the function of the tool thesaurus 3. Use the tool thesaurus in making descriptive poetry Assignment 10: Compose a Picture Poem Compose own picture poem. Use the Insert clip art and Word Art skills to make a Picture Poem. Appreciate the picture done.
  19. 19. The Keyboard, Different At the end of a 40-min. class, 90% of the students are expected Mouse Pointers to: Know what keyboarding is
  20. 20. Poetry At the end of a 40-min. class, the students are expected to: Define the following terms: Poetry Poet Poem Identify the different kinds of poem (nursery rhymes, haiku, tongue twisters, picture poems)
  21. 21. Appreciate reading different kinds of poem (nursery rhymes, haiku, tongue twisters, picture poems)
  22. 22. Motivation Preparation Presentation Project Making Criteria for Evaluation Prayer & Greetings Do the following steps: Attitude towards work 5 Choosing their own favorite tongue Attendance twister Punctuality 5 Open the Microsoft Word Creativity 5 Create a Tongue Twister in Ms Word, insert pictures, borders and also format the font. Neatness 5 Save work in the computer. TOTAL 20 In going to school, we must wear the proper uniform and we must always our ID, like in going to computer lab, we must obey the rules given by the teacher. Prayer and Greetings Energizer (Stretching) Attendance checking In crossing the street we must follow the traffic lights. What if we don’t follow? What will happen to us? Daily Prayer and Greetings Rules and regulations Energizer (Stretching) Things to bring(Requirements) Checking of Attendance a. Prayer and Greetings b. Attendance
  23. 23. c. Review Prayer and Greetings Attendance Review a. Prayer and Greetings b. Attendance c. Review Greetings Attendance Review(Open, Save, border, font style and font color) Motivation
  24. 24. (the students will read poems with rhyming words) Greetings Attendance Review(Text Wrapping) Motivation The students will read the poem entitled Image Control Image control changes how your pictures look It changes the color of the images in the book Automatic, grayscale, wash out or black and white Format clip art so that your poem looks all right! Prayer and Greetings Attendance Review Motivation What are the different parts of the body? ( Will relate it to the different parts of Windows XP) Prayer and greetings Attendance Review Motivation The teacher will ask the students, who among them had played a piano, then will relate it with keyboard typing.
  25. 25. Prayer and greetings Attendance Review Motivation Sing a song “ Computer parts song” Monitor ,I see CPU, my head Keyboard, I type The printer, I write The mouse,I point The disk,I store CD ROM, I explore The computer in all Prayer and Greetings Attendance Review
  26. 26. Prayer and greetings Attendance Review Motivation Sing “ Computer parts song” Monitor, I see CPU, my head Keyboard, I type The printer, I write The mouse, I point The disk, I store Cd ROM, I explore The computer in all Where and how did you spend your vacation? Daily Routine Discuss the rules and regulations. 1. Daily Prayer 2. Checking of Attendance Let the pupils recite a poem written Discuss what is poetry, poet, and in a manila paper. Daily Routine poem. 1. Daily Prayer 2. Checking of Attendance How do you keep your school Discuss the steps on how to create a things in order? Daily Routine folder. 1. Prayer 2. Checking of Attendance 3. Review
  27. 27. What do you think makes a book interesting? What usually catches your attention whenever you see a Discuss the steps on how to decorate book? Daily Routine a poem book cover. 1. Prayer 2. Checking of Attendance 3. Review Discuss how words with styles and Show 2 printed output, one with a arts enhances or adds beauty to ones design and the other one plain. Daily Routine work. Let the pupils compare the two output. 1. Prayer 2. Checking of Attendance 3. Review Show the pupils a sample of Discuss how to create a concrete concrete poetry. 1. Prayer poetry. 2. Checking of Attendance 3. Review Discuss what is a rhyme. Let the pupils read the poem in the book and let them identify the rhyming Recite the poem “Humpty Dumpty” 1. Prayer words in the poem. What have you observed in the poem? 2. Checking of Attendance 3. Review Show the pupils a sample output of a text wrap encourage them that Discuss what a text wrap is. they can do the same using the text Demonstrate how to change the text wrapping choices in the computer. 1. Prayer wrapping of a picture. 2. Checking of Attendance 3. Review
  28. 28. Discuss what is image control and the different image control options, What is your idea about image automatic, grayscale, black and white control? Daily Routine and washout. 1. Prayer 2. Checking of Attendance 3. Review Discuss the poem “What Bugs Me?” Demonstrate how to apply their knowledge about Image Control, Clip Let the pupils sing the keyboard Art and Text Wrapping to make the song. Daily Routine poem look great. 1. Prayer 2. Checking of Attendance 3. Review Discuss what a picture poem is. What is your idea of a picture Demonstrate how to make such a poem? Daily Routine poem. 1. Prayer 2. Checking of Attendance 3. Review Let some pupils read the picture poem given as their assignment in Discuss how to make a picture poem the previous meeting. Daily Routine using the MS Word. 1. Prayer 2. Checking of Attendance 3. Review Let the pupils see a sample of a descriptive poetry. Daily Routine Discuss what a descriptive poetry is. What have you observed in the poem? 1. Prayer . 2. Checking of Attendance 3. Review
  29. 29. Discuss how to compose a Let the pupils read a sample poem. descriptive poetry following the given What kind of poem is this? Daily Routine guide questions. 1. Prayer 2. Checking of Attendance 3. Review Discuss how to compose a tongue Read the following tongue twisters. Daily Routine twister. 1. Prayer 2. Checking of Attendance 3. Review By showing pictures of pregnant woman and all the healthy foods students can get their idea on what to insert in their brochure. Prayer and Greetings Discussion of the tools in Ms Word Attendance Review of the tools in Ms Word Did you know that using MS Word is fun? Who already used this application? What did you do? Did you know that you can create calling card, birthday invitation, magazine cover, etc. using MS Word? a. Prayer and Greetings b. Attendance c. Review about Windows XP Environment
  30. 30. Give an object and ask the students how they can describe the object Prayer & Greetings Attendance Review about Cartoon illustrations Prayer & Greetings Attendance Review about the picture poem SAS Education Objective 5. Enhance his creativity and orientation to the world of work as an expression of his love. By editing their works they can use the spelling and grammar. Prayer
  31. 31. Greetings Attendance Review about Tongue Twisters Prayer Greetings Attendance Review about using the Spelling check tool. Prayer Greetings Attendance Review about printing documents They will apply their knowledge in making a Christmas poem by Edit the Christmas Poem by changing changing the font, font size, and the font, font size, color, an adding adding effects. Prayer & Greetings effects Attendance Add Christmas Picture
  32. 32. Use text wrapping and image controls Print out the project Ask them to read the tongue twisters on the board. Prayer Greetings Attendance Review about Descriptive Poetry Prayer and greetings Attendance Review Picture poem – has words and pictures See Example:svr-01TEACHERS Shared FolderTECHNOKIDS MATERIALSLesson PlansTechnoPoetimagesExample of Picture Poem Produce a copy of unfinished What Bugs Me Poem and distribute to Discuss to the class what are rhyming students for words. Them to fill up and compose their Show to the class an example output own What Bugs Me poem. of What Bugs Me What Bugs Me
  33. 33. It bugs me when my father snores. And when my mother gives me chores. It bugs me when my favorite toy is broke. And when my sister tells a joke. It bugs me when I wake up late for school. And when my mom won’t let me swim in the pool. It bugs me when my friend is angry with me. And when I fall out on a very big tree. Discuss to the class the concept of Picture poems A picture poem is a type of poem that has words and pictures. The picture is the object and around the objects are the words that describe it. Teacher will do the following: Play the game entitled: WORD HUNT Checking of attendance Teacher will do the following: MECHANICS Distribute hand-outs to the students. The class will be divided into 2 Show and discuss the contents of the groups. hand-outs: KEYBOARDING. Each group will have a representative. WHAT IS A KEYBOARD? Teacher will post the name KEYBOARD in the screen of the Is a main input device for most students. computers It is used to type letters, numbers, Tell the students to think words and symbols and give commands to inside the word KEYBOARD. the computer.
  34. 34. The group representative will list WHAT ARE THE PARTS OF THE the words in the whiteboard KEYBOARD Typewriter Area or Alphanumeric Keys - The largest and most commonly used part. It contains letters, numbers, symbols, and The more words they can think special keys used for keying data and of, the more chances of winning commands. It means ALPHAbet and the game. NUMbers. Function Keys - Includes ESC, F1 to F12, Print Screen, Scroll lock and Pause/Break. It contains keys that have a special function depending on the software that is used. Cursor Keys or Arrow Keys - The four directional keys. It moves the position of the cursor on the monitor, Up, Down, Left or Right. Numeric keypad - Calculator-like keypad. It contains number keys and operation keys WHAT DO KEYS DO? SPACEBAR – makes space. ENTER KEY – move the cursor to the next line. SHIFT KEY – make a CAPITAL LETTER when a key and the SHIFT key are pressed at the same time BACKSPACE – delete a letter by moving the cursor to the next line. PROPER POSITION OF HANDS WHEN TYPING Home Row keys – the keys where most of the fingers rest on. See Image:Svr-01teachersShared FolderTECHNOKIDS MATERIALSLesson PlansTechnoPoetimagesKeyboard
  35. 35. Produce a copy of Pocketful of Discuss and demonstrate to the class Poems to each students’ computer the following through NSS show stations feature: 1. What is image control? Image control is the color of the picture. 2. What are the tools or choices of Image Control? When the color tool,is press on the Formatting toolbar, the following list of choices will appear Automatic, Grayscale, Black and White, and Washout. 3. Click Insert from the menu bar, i. Inserting Clip Art then Picture, then Clip Art or From File. ii. Click inside the search box and type for the picture you would like to use. iii. Press Enter. iv. Click on clip art to put it on the document. v. Close the Insert Clip Art dialog box by clicking the close button. 4. Change the Image Control i. Click on the Clip Art ii. Press the color tool on the toolbar . iii. Use the following image control options: Automatic, Grayscale,Black and white, Washout Check class attendance. Discuss – someone who following: a. Poet to the class the writes poems. Poetry – the art of writing poems. Poem - group of words that paint a picture or tell a story. They use interesting words to tell about a thing, place or feeling.
  36. 36. b. Poems have different styles. Some poems rhymes others are free verse. Some poems are made of pictures and words. Some words can make you laugh. c. Example of Poems - nursery rhymes - rap music - tongue twister Demonstrate to the class the proper way of creating a folder using the Check class attendance NSS show feature. a. Point the mouse to the My Computer icon on the desktop and right click the mouse b. Choose explore to the drop down list. c. Right click the Datadisk (D:) icon and choose explore from the drop down list. d. Double click the My Documents Folder e. Right click on the white area then choose the following on the prompt list respectively, New and then Folder. Name the folder Grade 2. f. Double click the created Grade 1 folder then create another folder by, right click the white area and then click new and choose Folder. Then name the folder with the student’s lastname and section. Discuss to the class the following Open Pocketful of Poems from topics through NSS Show feature and TechnoPoet Resource file TechnoKids flashcards: 1. Inserting clip art or Pictures.
  37. 37. a. Click the insert clip art tool in the Microsoft Word Drawing toolbar or Click Insert from the Menu Bar, click Picture, and click from File or Clip Art. b. Change Text Wrapping i. Click on the clip art. ii.Press the Text Wrapping tool on the Picture toolbar. iii. Change text wrapping to square, Tight, Behind Text, In front of text, Top and bottom, Through, Edit Wrap Points respectively for different text wrapping effects. c. Resize Clip Art i. Rest the mouse pointer over a corner sizing handle. ii. Click and drag the mouse inwards to make the picture smaller and outwards to make it bigger. d. Relocate Clip Art i. Click on the clip art and move the mouse pointer over the center of the picture or anywhere on the page. e. To Save a Document i. Press The Save button on the standard toolbar. Check class attendance. Discuss to the class psychomotor skill a. Keyboarding – a the class the ff: involving the touch method of input to a standard keyboard device. The focus of keyboarding course is primarily an input rather than an Distribute handouts. output. 2. Row Keys on the Keyboard Top Row Keys – letters Q , W , E, R, T, Y, U, I, O, U , P
  38. 38. Home Row Keys – A, S, D, F, G, H, K, L and the symbol colon, semi- colon Bottom Row Keys – Z, X, C, V, B, N, M, less than symbol, comma, greater than symbol, period, question mark and slash symbols Demonstrate to the class the procedures of designing the Poem Send a copy of Pocketful of Poems Book Cover using the NSS Show to each workstation of the student. feature. Double click the Microsoft Word icon on the desktop or Click Start->All Programs->Microsoft Office- >Microsoft Word Double click to open the Pocketful of Poems document from the students’ respective folders. Change the Zoom Click the arrow on the Zoom tool. Pick the 50% from the menu. Pick 200% from the menu. Pick Whole Page from the menu. Click inside the Zoom tool box. Type 88 and press ENTER. Add a Border Click Format from the menu bar then click Borders and Shading -> Page Border Tab -> Art field then let the student select their own border style. Who is the Author? Click inside the words Type your Name Here and let the students type their own name. Changing the Font Highlight the word by clicking and dragging over the word to be format. Then click Format from the menu bar then select Font.
  39. 39. In the Font Dialog Box select the Font style by clicking the list of font styles from the list. Then add color to the style chose from the Font Color Box then click OK. Change the Font Style In the Font Style box, click on Italic, Bold and Underline to see how it changes the text. Change the Font Size In the Size box, choose some of the different numbers and let the students observe what happen to their text sizes. Add Font Effects Try some of the different font effects by clicking the box to check them to activate or click again to uncheck to get rid of the effect. Save students’ work Click the Save button the Standard tool bar. Prepare a Powerpoint presentation Show and discuss to the class the showing the different parts of the prepared presentation of the different Microsoft Word soiftware and its parts of Microsoft Word using the uses. NSS show feature. Discuss the tools on Microsoft Word and let the students’ try for Distribute hand-outs. 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 commands.
  40. 40. c. Standard Toolbar – toolbars are shortcuts. Contain buttons for the most commonly used commands. The Standard toolbar contains buttons for the Word commands. d. Formatting Toolbar – contains buttons for the most commonly used formatting commands such as making text, bold or italics. 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 word. g. Insertion Point – The small blinking bar is where the text you type appears on the document. 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 the document. 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 running in your computer’s memory. l. Maximize – Enlarges the window so that it fills entire screen. The maximize button only appears when the window isn’t maximized.
  41. 41. 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. Prayer and Greetings Attendance Review Show and demonstrate the following on how to make a Picture Poem using the NSS Show feature. Insert a Clip Art 1. Click the Insert Clip Art on the TechnoPoet toolbar. 2. Click inside the Search for box and type the word for a picture you would like to use. 3. Press Enter. 4. Click on a clip art to put it into the document. 5. Close the Insert clip art dialog box by clicking the Close button (x). Format the Text Wrap of the Clip Art 1. Click on the Clip Art.
  42. 42. 2. Click the text Wrapping tool on the TechnoPoet toolbar. 3. Choose Tight. 4. Resize the clip art and move. Insert WordArt 1. Click the Insert Word Art tool on the TechnoPoet toolbar. 2. Make a choice from the gallery by double clicking on the desired design. 3. In the Text Window, replace the words Your text Here with a descriptive word about your picture. 4. Click Ok Format the Text Wrap of the Word Art Click on the word and change the text wrapping to Tight Change Object Order 1. Click on the Word Art and then click the Object Order tool on the TechnoPoet toolbar. 2. From the menu make a choice on the Object Order list. 3. Complete the picture poem by adding at least 3 Word Arts and change the object order to make the picture poem. Checking of attendance Read aloud page 4 of E-Files Journal. Let the students look at their Assigning of new computer stations keyboards and see the arrangement per student of the keys. Let the students underline important Distribution of E-Files Journal terms to remember. Read aloud page 8 – 9 of E-Files Journal. Review parts of the mouse for left, right and double click. Show samples of mouse pointers used in the journal. (see journal page 8 – 9)
  43. 43. Arrow – normal pointing arrow used to select objects Arrow with hourglass pointer – appears when the computer is still “thinking” I pointer – is used when typing or when you are working on a word processor; used to highlight the text. (MS Word, Wordpad, etc) Critter – select graphical area to cut, copy or paste a picture (application: MS Paint, Photo Editor) Pointer with a question mark – tells you what a “thing does” 4 arrow pointer – tells you that a picture, after selecting it, can be moved in an area you’ve selected. (applications: MS Paint) Circle with a slash pointer – tells you that the option is not available Pen pointer – used when the computer wants to write something. (application: MS PowerPoint) Checking of attendance Unlocking of different terms: Energizer: Reciting of a tongue twister – “She sells sea shells by the seashore.” Repeating it 3x. Poetry – the art of making poems Poem – a group of words that paint picture or tells a story. They use interesting words to tell about a thing, place, or feeling. Poet – someone who writes poems Presenting of different kinds of poems Nursery rhymes
  44. 44. Twinkle, twinkle, little star, How I wonder what you are! Up above the world so high, Like a diamond in the sky. Twinkle, twinkle, little star, How I wonder what you are! Tongue Twisters – words that are hard to speak fast because of repetition I wish to wish the wish you wish to wish, but if you wish the wish the witch I won't wish wishes, you wish to the wish wish. Haiku – Japanese poems (contains 5 syllables – 1st line; 7 syllables– 2nd lines,; 5 syllables – 3rd line) Butterflies are cool in the big, huge, green forest. They fly up so high! Picture Poems – poems that are madeverse pictures and words. Free up of – poems that do not rhyme Black-- The ocean is calm now, a reflecting mirror of darkness
  45. 45. Lesson Development Hands-On Internalization Assignment Values Integration SAS Institutional Goals 1.4. respect for Read and answer their Techno others’ rights and privileges Poet book page 1 In using our Computer laboratory, we must respect the privacy and work of others and we can share ideas to our Our school serves us our second home, they have train and mold us to become responsible individuals, sothat we can achieve our goals in life and be a good SAS Institutional Goals 5. The students follower of Christ .It is the same as we in the acquisition of fundamental Read and answer their Techno follow the rules and regulations that we knowledge and skills; Poet book page 1 encounter in life. Descriptive poetry – is a poem that uses words to paint a picture of what 1.Find the synonym of the following something looks like. words using the thesaurus tool. Bring pocket dictionary. Compose a descriptive poetry. Thesaurus – function as dictionary in (See example on techno poet Ms Word Beautiful pages 55-Computer
  46. 46. How to use the thesaurus tool. Lazy 1. Double click or highlight the word you want to find a synonym. Tall 2. Click the thesaurus tool on the standard toolbar Fast 3. Choose a synonym of the highlighted word. Happy Press the replace button Techno poet pages 55-56 1. Edit the Poems.doc similar to the sample output located at My List down 10 examples of documents>Techno poet>My common fonts available in Ms Poems sample output. Word. See Image: svr-01TEACHERSShared Folder TECHNOKIDS MATERIALSLesson PlansTechnoPoetimagesSample Poem (Computer Notebook) a. spelling and grammar – i f the spell check finds a mistakes, it gives a list of suggestion. It finds the correct spelling from the suggestion list and click on the Techno Poet page 6-5 to 6-6, word. teacher's Manual -When a spelling error is found it appears in red ( The word is considered a spelling mistake. Just click the Ignore Once button) 1. On your notebook, write Rhyme – is two words that has the 1 Select and type a short poem in three poems that has rhyming same sound the Microsoft Word document words . 2. After each poem, paste a 2.Insert clip art in your document picture that represents the Ex: look-cook-book whale-sale that represents your poem poem. clip art – are ready made computerized graphics or images 3.Use text wrap ( Square) text wrap – is the way the words go 4.Do the activity on techno poet around a picture . pages 21-24
  47. 47. Different tools/controls on the image Memorize the image control control poem Automatic Note: Graded recitation Washout Grayscale Black and white Windows XP Environment Desktop Taskbar Start Menu Icon Study the different parts of MS Definition and function of keyboard On MS Word document, type the ff: Word Windows Parts of Keyboard Ex: Ma. Aurora M. Cruz ( Reference techno poet p. ) Function keys Grade 3/St. Stephen Alphanumeric keys Teacher Aurora Arrow keys PC # 7
  48. 48. Numeric Keys Proper Posture in Keyboarding Proper positioning of fingers on keyboard a. Use of Ms Word Define poetry, poet and poem Bring crayons, pencil, band b. Parts of MS Word Windows paper and a sample poem. Title bar Maximize Minimize Close Menu bar Standard toolbar Formatting toolbar Ruler Scroll bar Task pane Insertion point Document window View buttons c. Opening and Exiting MS word Windows Double click on the MS Word 2003 icon on the desktop Or From the Start menu, click All program, then Microsoft Office, MS word 2003 To exit click the x or close button 1.Make a folder on Data disk D: called techno poet 2. Hands on Activity Decorate the poem book cover
  49. 49. Add border Change font style Add font effects On your notebook, draw the button for Open, Save, New Border – plain or fancy lines around the 1.Make a folder on Data disk D: and Print on the standard page called techno poet toolbar Formatting- change the way words look 2.Decorate the poem book cover font style – bold, italic and underline Add border font size- size of the words on a page Change font style Add font effects Let the pupils identify the rules and regulation discussed to them. Write different kind of poems in your notebook. Appreciation Read the next topic. Orderliness
  50. 50. Read the next topic. Creativeness, Ability Create a drawing based on its description. Creativeness, Ability, Write a rhyming poem in N8. Creativeness Read the next lesson. Appreciation, Attentiveness Prepare for a short quiz next meeting. Ability, consciousness
  51. 51. Read the next topic, “What Bugs Me.” Awareness Write a poem about what bugs you. Creativeness Compose your own picture poem. Creativeness, Ability Write a simple poem called a cinquain. Creativeness Compose a Descriptive Poem. Ability
  52. 52. Research on different kinds of poems. Creativeness Compose more tongue twisters. Ability, Creativeness SAS Basic Educational Objectives 5. his creativity and orientation to the world of work. Using the slide presentation, the following topics will be discussed: a. What is MS Word? b. Opening and Closing MS Word
  53. 53. c. MS Word Environment SAS Institutional Goals; 8 inculcate deeper consciousness. As they get familiar with use of thesaurus tool and they already have the idea on what descriptive poetry is, now is the time the Discuss the and Do the following: students will do their own poem. What you have learned today? What is the use of thesaurus? How can you Open saved document make a descriptive poetry. Move to page 6 Write a poem Use thesaurus to change words in the poem Format the appearance of text Illustrate a Poem Save a document SAS Institutional Goals; 8. Inculcate deeper consciousness. Students will be familiar with the use of thesaurus tool and will help them to find words with the same opposite meaning quickly in the Answer the activity on Discuss the and Do the following: computer TechnoPoet Book Page 59-60 Open saved document Move to page 6 Write a poem Use thesaurus to change words in the poem Format the appearance of text Illustrate a Poem Save a document SAS Basic Educational Objectives; Enhance Creativity Nowadays. They can Edit the book use the tools in spelling and grammar.
  54. 54. > Open Microsoft Word > open the TechnoPoet Folder > click Pocketful of poems > Use the spell check in your poems. > Save your document SAS Educational Objective 9. Develop analytical and logical thinking with acquired skills towards the achievement of academic excellence. Here they must Print the Book learn how to print a document. Open the document Click the PRINT TOOL in the standard toolbar SAS Education Objectives; 5. Enhance his creativity and orientation to the world 1. Ask the students their favorite of work as an expression of his love for poems and tell them they have to read the nation. In this lesson, they can it on the class with a very loud voice. express themselves by reading the Or they can memorize it. poems they made.
  55. 55. SAS Education Objectives: 8. Develop analytical and logical thinking with acquired skills towards the achievement of academic excellence; they must think of words that can help them to create a 1. Define what is Tongue Twister? tongue twister. SAS Education Objective 6. Realize and appreciate God-given talents and potentials, taking full responsibility for its 2. Read them some examples of maximum development; by reading their Tongue Twister? poems they can express their selves
  56. 56. Create a picture poem of a cat. Be ready for a quiz next Appreciate the use of the keyboard in meeting. making our work easier
  57. 57. Quiz 2 next meeting . 10 items Multiple Choice type of Exam using Powerpoint.
  58. 58. Descriptive poetry – is a poem that uses words to paint a picture of what Find the synonym of the following something looks like. words using the thesaurus tool. 1.Bring pocket dictionary. 2.Compose a descriptive Thesaurus – function as dictionary in poetry.(See example on techno Ms Word Beautiful poet pages 55-Computer How to use the thesaurus tool. Lazy 1. Double click or highlight the word you want to find a synonym. Tall 2. Click the thesaurus tool on the standard toolbar Fast 3. Choose a synonym of the highlighted word. Happy 4. Press the replace button Techno poet pages 55-56
  59. 59. Do page 7 of the E-Files Journal at home Study page 4, 8-9 of the E-Files Journal. Be ready for Quiz 1 next meeting.
  60. 60. Evaluation Correlation with Other Discipline Synthesis Seatwork Application By following the rules and regulation we can train ourselves to be a good leader. Health Education- By eating the right and proper foods, drinking the right amount of water and good sleep habits, we can stay happy and healthy.
  61. 61. Label each part of the MS Word Environment/Windows MS word Windows See Image: svr-01TEACHERSShared FolderTECHNOKIDS MATERIALSLesson PlansTechnoPoetimagesSeatwor k MS Word Environment
  62. 62. Apply the rules and regulations Let the pupils identify the rules and discussed while inside the computer regulation discussed to them. laboratory. Let the pupils answer the questions Have the pupils write a poem in as a recitation. their notebook as a seatwork Have the pupils identify the steps on how to create a folder. Pupils will create or make a folder.
  63. 63. Check the output of their work in the computer. Let the pupils think of other words and design it according to its Let the pupils design the given meaning. words to look like its meaning. Let the pupils construct a concrete Check the pupils activity. poetry. Let the pupils think of other poems short-quiz that has rhyming words. Let the pupils try the text wrapping Administer a short quiz. choices.
  64. 64. Let the pupils change the image Check the pupils activity. control of a picture. Let the pupils apply clip art, image Evaluate the output of their work. control, and text wrapping in poem. Let the pupils compose a picture Administer a short quiz. poem about a cat. Let the pupils do the skill review on Let the pupils do their picture poem pg. 49. in MS Word. Let the pupils illustrate the poem Let the pupils edit a descriptive following the steps on pg. 56. poem in the “Pocketful of Poems” Evaluate their work after. using the thesaurus toolbar.
  65. 65. Let the pupils compose a Compose a descriptive poem. descriptive poem. Let the pupils compose a tongue Check the pupils work. twister. Arts. They can think of the healthy foods for their Name the tools in Microsoft Word mothers. svr-01TEACHERSShared Folder TECHNOKIDS MATERIALSLesson PlansTechnoPoetimagesTools in MS Word Answers: Font Open Save New Text Alignment Border Text Wrapping Word Art Font Color Font Styles Label the MS Word Parts
  66. 66. English, using thesaurus and making a poem is being discussed in this subject English, In what subject do we use thesaurus, Is it 8 items important to use thesaurus? Do we know how to use this? Spelling check activity: Give them a list of words (softcopy) then they CHECK THE SPELLING!!! have to use spelling check tool.
  67. 67. Instruction : Correct the wrong spelling by Using Spelling check tool. 1. Thower 2. Mouce 3. Kiybord 4. Moneytor 5. Poesm See Image: svr-01TEACHERSShared Folder TECHNOKIDS MATERIALSLesson PlansTechnoPoetimagesCheck the Spelling 10 items – Tools and Icons used In Microsoft Word Read their poems individually in front of the whole.
  68. 68. English. In this subject, they can practice their communication skills while practicing their tongue Create a 5 line tongue twister. twisters. Ask the students to try to say the sample tongue twister three times quickly, without making a mi Who (Your name) Did What (locations that start with the first letter of your name) Example: Where (Place start with the Betty Botter bought some butter. first letter of your name) But, she said, "This butter's bitter. When (Time start with the If I bake this bitter butter, first letter of your name) It would make my batter bitter. Why (Reasons that start with But a bit of better butter the first letter of your name) That would make my batter bitter Techno poet page 39 Do page 29 of TechnoPoet handbook.
  69. 69. Answer page 39 of TechnoPoet book.
  70. 70. Do activity exercise of Assignment 6 on TechnoPoet book Page 1 of TechnoPoet Handbook, “ Questions about Poems”
  71. 71. Let the students create their own folder in their respective workstations. Format the poem entitled Text Wrap and format the sad poem using text wrapping style of their choice.
  72. 72. See Image: svr-01TEACHERSShared Folder TECHNOKIDS MATERIALSLesson PlansTechnoPoetimagesBasicKe yboarding
  73. 73. Let each students design their own poem book cover.
  74. 74. Rate the Picture Poem done by the following criteria: Text Wrapping Tools usage 5 pts Inserting Clip Art 5 pts Word Art 5 pts Descriptive words 5 pts Total 20 pts
  75. 75. Answer TKPoet book page 1. “ Questions about poems”
  76. 76. Materials Generalization
  77. 77. textbook, poem written in a manila paper Computer
  78. 78. computer computer computer, bond paper computer computer
  79. 79. computer computer computer computer computer
  80. 80. computer computer
  81. 81. Computer, LCD Projector
  82. 82. Computer, LCD Projector Computer, LCD Projector
  83. 83. Computer, LCD Projector TechnoKids Resource file, TechnoKids textbook
  84. 84. TechnoPoet handbook, computer, Microsoft Word software, pencil, NSS software NSS, Computers, PowerPoint Teacher will ask the following Presentation, Hand-outs questions: What is a keyboard? Enumerate the parts of the keyboard
  85. 85. TechnoPoet textbook, Microsoft Word software, NSS, TechnoKids flashcards, Technokids Resource file Teacher’s Guide, TechnoPoet Handbook, pencil
  86. 86. NSS, Computer TechnoKids TechnoPoet Resource file, TechnoPoet book, NSS, Microsoft Word software, TechnoKids flashcards,computer
  87. 87. NSS, Computer, Handouts, Keyboard, Technokids Additional Materials, Learn typing Quick and Easy software
  88. 88. NSS software, TechnoPoet handbook, computer, TechnoPoet Resource File, Microsoft Word software
  89. 89. Microsoft Word Software, NSS, TechnoKids Flash cards, TechnoKids Additional Materials hand-outs
  90. 90. TechnoPoet handbook, Computer, NSS
  91. 91. NSS, Computer, E-Files Journal
  92. 92. NSS, Teacher’s Guide, TechnoKids Additional Materials, Power point presentation, Different Poem samples.

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