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Hanover County Public Schools – Ashland, Virginia


ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LIBRARY LESSON PLAN # 3-1.1a


National Literacy Standard

1.1 The student who is information literate accesses information efficiently and effectively by recognizing the need for information.

THIRD

Virginia

SOL


5.2(C/T) The student will develop a basic technology vocabulary.

Library

Objective

Introduce technology words and their meanings. Students will also use the two-column note strategy.

Title
“Technology Tickler”

Resources

Word Cards, Pocket Chart

Introduction


I need your help! Someone came in and mixed up all the technology words and definitions. I put them back in order and I have one left over. You are computer whiz kids. Will you help me?

Vocabulary






Activity


Have the terms on the left side of the pocket chart and the definitions on the right. They should be jumbled and you should have one in your hand.
Match the correct term and definition.
Review the chart as a class.

Optional: Use this strategy with any terminology being studied.

Consider having students work in small groups with words and definitions on notebards.

Closure


What will I do if someone mixes the cards again?



Comments:

Lesson # 3-1.1a Worksheet (1 of 7)
Monitor

Keyboard
Cursor


CD-ROM
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Network
Disk Drive


Program
Start Button
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CD-ROM Drive
Floppy Disk
Menu

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The part of the computer that allows you to see what is typed. Looks like a TV screen.


The part of the computer that allows you to enter letters, numbers and characters into the computer.

The blinking symbol on the screen that shows you were the next letter, number or character will be seen.

A compact disk with read only memory. You are not able to change and save the information once the disk is burned.


Lesson # 3-1.1a Worksheet (5 of 7)
A group of computers that are linked and connected together.
The place where the floppy disk is inserted so the computer can read and access the information on the disk.

Software on the computer. Example: Word, Publisher, Powerpoint

Located on the task bar. It opens the menu and programs.
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The list of software or programs that your computer has for you to use.


Place where the CD-ROM is inserted in the computer so it can read the information.


The place where files can be saved. The files can be changed and used again. It can be moved from 1 computer to another.




Lesson # 3-1.1a Worksheet (7 of 7)
Answer Key:



Term

Definition

Monitor

The part of the computer that allows you to see what is typed. Looks like a TV screen.

Keyboard

The part of the computer that allows you to enter letters, numbers and characters into the computer.

Cursor

The blinking symbol on the screen that shows where the next letter, number or character will be seen.

CD-ROM

A compact disk with read only memory. You are not able to change and save the information once the disk is burned.

Network

A group of computers that are linked and connected together.

Floppy Disk Drive

The place where the floppy disk is inserted so the computer can read and access the information on the disk.

Programs

Software on the computer. Example: Word, Publisher, Powerpoint

Start Button

Located on the task bar. It opens the menu and programs.

Menu

The list of software or programs that your computer has for you to use.

CD-ROM Drive

Place where the CD-ROM is inserted in the computer so it can read the information.

Floppy Disk

The place where files can be saved. The files can be changed and used again. It can be moved from 1 computer to another.
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