TEACHER:  Barry Specter         Steel Valley School District        DATE SUBMITTED : 12/10/10    RECEIVED : __________

CLASS/SUBJECT:    Computers/Computer Literacy            SECONDARY (9-12)                          FOR WEEK OF:     1/17/11 – 1/21/11

180 DAY PLAN DAY

DAY

DATE

DAY

DATE

DAY

DATE

DAY

DATE

DAY

DATE

NUMBER/DATE

 

1/17

91

1/18

92

1/19

93

1/20

94

1/21

TOPIC

Martin Luther King Holiday

Sound Studio

Course Introduction

Course Introduction

Operating Systems

 

OBJECTIVE(S)

 

At the end of the lesson each student should be able to:

 

¨      Students will be able to enjoy the day off while reflecting on the progress made in civil rights since the days of Dr. King

¨      Edit simple sound clips

¨      Set up sampling rates in sound program

¨      Explain the class rules.

¨      Explain the class rules.

¨      Explain the differences between various computer operating systems

¨      Explain the features of Linux, Mac OS and Windows

 

PROCEDURES / TECHNIQUES

 

To reach objectives

 

 

¨      Students will stay home and watch TV Specials on the life of Dr. King.

¨      Students will work on their own.

¨      Teacher will present the new classromm rules and procedures to students

¨      Teacher will use a PowerPoint to present new information

¨      Teacher will present the new classromm rules and procedures to students

¨      Teacher will use a PowerPoint to present new information

¨      Students will fill out a worksheet using both their notes and the Internet as resources.

 

RESOURCES

(Text/Materials)

 

Couch, TV, Snacks

Computers, Apple System 10 operating system, student accounts, Microsoft Office, Sound Studio

Computers, Apple System 10 operating system, student accounts, Microsoft Office

Computers, Apple System 10 operating system, student accounts, Microsoft Office

LCD projector and screen.

HOW AND WHEN WILL

OBJECTIVE(S) BE EVALUATED

 

 

 

¨      Students will be evaluated by their appreciation for how far we’ve come.

¨      Stay on task.

¨      Follow printed instructions

¨      Take notes to aid in understanding and retention.

¨      Students will be evaluated by their cooperation and participation.

¨      Students will be evaluated by their cooperation and participation.

¨      Students will be evaluated by their worksheets.

STUDENT ACTION

 

During this class, students

will be expected to:

 

¨      Pay attention and learn from history.

Students will be evaluated by the quality of their completed project.

¨      Stay on task.

¨      Follow printed instructions

¨      Take notes to aid in understanding and retention.

¨      Stay on task.

¨      Follow printed instructions

¨      Take notes to aid in understanding and retention.

¨      Pay attention, take notes and participate in discussions.

HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT

 

 

Course Surveys

Look at teacher web page.

Complete the operating system worksheet

 

ADDITIONAL NOTES:

 

 

 

 

 

STATE STANDARDS

N/A

3.7.12 D

3.7.12.D

3.7.12.D

3.7.12.D