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In this ESL computer and technology vocabulary worksheet, students choose the correct name for pictures of technology related items, fill in blanks in sentences, watch a video and "discuss with friends."
Integrate computer and technology vocabulary into your Spanish class with these twelve crossword puzzles. Easy, medium, and hard crossword puzzles are provided. Consider providing these to your learners after engaging them with this vocabulary.
Equip students for the 21st century by exploring the fun of computer science.
Young scholars examine what they already know about computer recycling and cconsider how computer recycling is contributing to a global toxic waste problem by reading and discussing the article, ""Poor Nations are Littered With Old PC's, Report Says."
Students research controversial Internet technology issues concerning security, privacy, and intellectual property. They formulate and present various perspectives on these issues in a mock television panel discussion.
Students complete a research project. In this technology lesson, students discuss the term technology and when technology began. Students work in groups to brainstorm a list of the top ten technological advances in history. Students research their technological advances and make a timeline.
Students identify security risks which threaten home and school computers. They describe how computer viruses and malicious software programs work and how computer viruses can be prevented. Students describe schools can safeguard computers and networks.
Students explore and identify security risks which threaten home and school computers. They describe how computer viruses and software programs work and how computer users can prevent viruses.
Young scholars use technology to conduct research. They use technology to convey principles and information. They demonstrate proficiency in the use of computer based technology.
Learners participate in an introduction to the computer and its parts. They examine correct positioning of their body and hands while working at the keyboard. They investigate the basic parts of a computer.
Third graders discuss how the technology of cashiering in a grocery store has changed. Students identify how technology is use in a community and how it has change our lives. Students estimate, add and round a list of prices of grocery story items, and discuss today's technology and how it works it terms of cashiering.
Students identify the basic components of the computer system. They watch a Brain Pop movie about computers and then draw a "vocabulary label" from a basket. The student is blindfolded and sticks the label on a picture of a computer. Afterward, students discuss here the misplaced labels should go and explore the function of each label. They visits a specified website to correct a drawing of a computer.
With a vocabulary list and a Venn Diagram students will discuss the reasons communication is so important. They will identify the characteristics of written and verbal communication then write about their feelings. Note: This lesson requires a computer for each child, it may be most useful as a computer lab activity.
Students integrate the use of technology into a grammatical writing lesson. They practice the six traits of writing while composing parts to various stories. They apply technology-enhanced instructional strategies to support the diverse needs of students. Students are graded based on a variety of variables, in order to meet the multiple intelligences of all students.
In this computer lesson plan, students examine the various parts of the computer using terms - computer, keyboard, monitor, mouse, on/off switch, headphones, speaker. They repeat vocabulary and discuss correct operation and safety.
Students examine the significance of learning to use the computer and the Internet. They watch and discuss a video, conduct Internet research on a celebrity or historical figure, and teach a lesson to a person about navigating the Internet.
Youngsters love to write on their hands, and in this fabulous activity they are actually asked to. Using numbers written on the tips of their fingers, they will learn how the binary number system works. This hands-on lesson is a memorable way to teach about modern computing technology, plus it includes links to videos and a worksheet. Use it in an engineering, a career exploration, or computer class.
Tips for teachers and students as they navigate the new world of computer-based standardized assessments.
Technology of the ancient world lesson plans can open students' eyes to the influence of early innovations.
Students examine how a pebble calculator works and compare it to an abacus. After a discussion on the abacus and pebble calculator and how each works, they construct their own pebble calculators. They determine how to represent specific numbers and discuss as a class how computers have impacted and transformed their lives.