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COMPUTER LITERACY COURSE CONTENT
Diocesan  Guidelines :
 
Each grade level contains elements of the following topics in computer literacy:
 
 1.     Computer operations
 2.     Computer applications   
 3.     Historical perspective
 4.     Hands-on experience   
 5.     Ethics
 6.     Catholic Teachings
 7.     Social justice Practices

        
The computer is a tool used in the acquisition of knowledge.  The focus of a computer literacy program involves the understanding of technology as a support system which is used to process information.  At each  school site, the sophistication and availability of the technological devices may vary widely. A study of the use of tech-no logical resources is a relevant topic whether they are on site or available for use in the home, office, or public sector (library, etc.). 
                   

                    KINDERGARTEN


• learn simple commands for operation of computer

• interact with appropriate drill and practice software

• use correct terminology

• demonstrate proper care of equipment



                    FIRST GRADE

• demonstrate ability to operate computer, properly care for equipment

• explain use of computer, ways technology helps us

• use a variety of software applications appropriate to subject matter

• practice beginning keyboarding skills
 

                    SECOND GRADE

• demonstrate ability to operate computer, properly care for equipment

• recognize impact of technology on life

• use a variety of software applications appropriate to subject matter

• continue keyboarding skills

• discuss ethical issues of computer use

• begin word processing


                    THIRD GRADE

• continue to demonstrate ability to operate and care for computer

• recognize and use correct terminology

• explore computer use in daily life and business

• discuss ethical issues

• continue keyboarding skills and word processing


                    FOURTH GRADE


• recognize direct and personal impact of technology on human life

• appreciate computer as a tool in use of information

• interact with a variety of appropriate applications software

• review operations procedures and care of hardware with emphasis on correct use of
     terminology and understanding of ethical issues

• continue keyboarding skills and word processing


                FIFTH, SIXTH, SEVENTH AND
                          EIGHTH GRADES


• recognize relationship and interaction between people, technology and the environment

• investigate the historical background of technology

• select and use from available technological resources (computer, calculator,
     telecommunications, video, audio equipment)
 
• read to acquire and use information from a variety of sources

• review operations and correct terminology associated with computers/software

• demonstrate understanding of ethical issues in use of technology

• continue to use word processing to write, edit and print documents

• continue to polish keyboarding skills

• interact with available applications software and hardware


• use technological devices to access information
 

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COMPUTER VOCABULARY TEST DATES :
                   

    Test days

   
    * 2nd grade -
   
    * 3rd grade -

    * 4th grade -

    * 5th grade