COMPUTER ESSENTIALS

COMPUTER ESSENTIALS

COMPUTER ESSENTIALS

COMPUTERS IN OUR SURROUNDINGS

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.

Lessons

  1. By the end of these unit pupils should be able to: • Identify various input and output devices Knowledge and Skills • Effectively work with input/output devices • Properly install input/output devices to the system unit ....
  2. STARTING WINDOWS APPLICATIONS

    Learn on how to start application programs and accessing help in windows. At the end of this lesson students will be able to: Start an application program Navigate between open application programs Use the Run Command to start application Determine Windows Version Access help
    1. FILES AND FOLDERS

      Lesson Objectives Students to look at different ways files and folders are displayed and how to manipulate them. At the end of the lesson students will be familiar with: • What a file and folder is • How to copy files and folders • How to move files and folders • How to identify files and folders on the desktop • How to identify the drives available • Selecting files and folders • Finding files • Renaming files and folders • Viewing files and folders plus their properties • How to create and customize files and folders • Changing folders and files view on the drive
    2. STORAGE SYSTEMS

      This chapter introduces students to Storage Systems. Students will be familiar with different storage devices and their functionalities. By the end of this unit the learner should be able to: • Identify various storage systems • Know their functions
  3. BASIC TROUBLE SHOOTING METHODS

    When learning about basic trouble shooting methods you will be exposed to: • Computer performance • Care of the computer • Working with hardware • Basic maintenance • Basic troubleshooting