The ICT Computing Essentials course focuses on fundamentals of computers and their functionality. Students will define the functions and uses of computers, and learn about various types of computers. They will study the basic computer system components and their roles. They will learn about computer hardware, including storage, processing, and input and output devices. They will also study software to learn about the various types and functions of applications, including operating systems, user interfaces, and open-source vs. commercial licenses.
Students will learn techniques for efficient file management, including the use of file name extensions.
Finally, they will study the basics of computer networking, including network topologies and models, protocols, connectivity, IP addressing and the OSI reference model.
|COMPUTERS IN OUR SURROUNDINGS||03:00:00|
|This unit introduces students to computer fundamentals. Students will be familiar with the components that make up a computer system. These components are Hardware and Software Components.|
|This unit introduces students to input/output devices. Students will be familiar with the different input/out devices used with the computer system.|
|Looking at input/out devices||10, 00:00|
|Looking at the mouse||10, 00:00|
|STARTING WINDOWS APPLICATIONS||03:00:00|
|FILES AND FOLDERS||03:00:00|
|BASIC TROUBLE SHOOTING METHODS||00:00:00|
|COMPUTER ESSENTIALS QUIZ||00:30:00|
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