Computer Power




Today's Agenda:

1. Attendance
2. 2011:
The Year in Review
3. Typing Pal (Test), Ultrakey or Keyboarding Activities
4. A Google A Day (try not to use Hint!)
5. Plan your dream vacation - due Thursday, 1/19/12
5. Quarter ends Friday, 1/20/12

Computer History Daily Quote

Important Links, Forms, turn in locations:
Track and Field World Records
Assignments:
21.
Plan your dream vacation...all work is due here:
  1. Click here to get a copy of the diagram below to work
  2. After you are finished, show the teacher so you can start itemizing all your costs on this spreadsheet
  3. Finally, you will put it all together into a MS Publisher brochure for your family to check out and possibly choose...
Plan your dream vacation this summer with your family in one of the 50 states.
  • Lasts for 7 days (+/- 2 days)
  • You only get to spend $150/day per person (e.g. 4 people going on this trip will get $4200 to spend for a week)
  • You must fly to your destination--no road trips
  • Lodging and food are a must--no camping, nor starving
  • Go on your trip during the summer of 2012 (some exceptions are acceptable-->ask the teacher first)
  • Package deals are OK, just re-arrange your inspiration diagram to reflect this
U.S. Vacation Destinations:
Airfare/Hotel/Car Rental:

20. Computer programming: Code Academy
  • Follow the directions and add the necessary code
  • Snip proof of the final step--Lesson 4!


19. Give thanks...
Tell a teacher and a family member how much you appreciate them
  • Try to include the following in your message:
    • If for a teacher - Salutation (Dear Mr./Mrs.)
    • What are you up to now?
    • What do you remember when you were in their class? What did you really like about them or what you learned in the class.
    • What grade are you in now and who are some of your teachers now
    • Funny story? Poem? New Year Resolution?
    • Wish them a happy winter break and a happy new year
    • If for a relative - Salutation can be informal (Hey Freddy)
    • What are you doing-school, extra-curricular
    • Funny story? Poem? New Year Resolution?
    • How important they are to you
    • Happy holiday/new year

    18. Wireless technologies


    Use Sumo Paint or your favorite art program to recreate this graphic. Save your picture to the shared ComPow folder
    Terms:
    Radiation
    Spectrum
    Photons (electron volts)
    Wavelength (meters)
    Frequency (Hertz)
    Amplitude
    Nanometer
    Radio
    Infrared
    Light
    Ultraviolet
    X-rays
    Gamma

    Resources:
    Group Google Spreadsheet Notes:
    Microwaves-R2
    Bluetooth-R3
    Wi-Fi-R1
    Mobile/Cellular-R4
    IrDa
    Satellite


    Google Presentation Project:

    Scenarios

     





    Awesome Apps Form

    Add to the survey above about your favorite and most useful apps.
    • No more than 5 games
    • Add at least 10 apps
    • Try not to repeat what is already on the list
     

    Awesome Apps Input


    16. ePortfolio
    • Snip samples of your work thus far and add to powerpoint
      • PPT
      • Inspiration
      • Word
      • Excel
    • Be sure to include your name and small version of avatar on each slide with a sample

    Spreadsheets-
    15. Spreadsheet Terms Matching Review
    • Match the letter with the term meaning
    • Fill out first w/o your previous matching sheet
    • If you wish, correct with your previous matching sheet
    14. XL Exercises:
    1. Fill-Right

    Fill-Down

    2. Fill-Right and -Down Test
    3. Sorting Data
    4. Merging Cells:
    1
    2
     5. Cell Borders

    Analyzing your data----> Pie Chart OR Bar Graph instead for extra credit.
    6. Formatting Text7. Formatting Numbers8.  Simple Formulas:
     9.Formulas:
     10. Final XL Test:
    When finished with all the above exercises, turn in the ones that are highlighted to the shared-->Dropbox Parkelly-->ComPow-->ComPow Fall 2011-->XL Exercises dropbox


    13. Google Docs Spreadsheet Art
     SS Art 1:
    Alex, Beshir, Brooke, Grace
     SS Art 2:
    Bret, Mackenzie, Dominic, Isabel


     SS Art 3:
    Ramona, Isaac, Maggie, Ken
     SS Art 4:
    Maia, Scott, Jack
     SS Art 5:
    Mostyn, Chris, Tae, Nick
    12.
    Guess the Formula
    11. California Census: 2000 vs 2010
    10. Spreadsheet Terms Matching - fill out either on the computer or print out and try your best to match the correct answer with the correct term/concept. We will self correct on Wednesday.

    Word Processing-
    9. Review
    • Go over answers of quiz
    • Have one person in your group copy and paste the following word processing terms into your Google Doc and then work together to determine the meaning and purpose of each term
    1. Font

      • Meaning
      • Purpose
    2. Format

      • Meaning
      • Purpose
    3. Alignment

      • Meaning
      • Purpose
    4. Tab

      • Meaning
      • Purpose
    5. Margins

    • Meaning
    • Purpose
    1. Header/Footer

    • Meaning
    • Purpose
    1. Line Spacing

    • Meaning
    • Purpose
    1. Word Wrap

    • Meaning
    • Purpose
    1. Template

    • Meaning
    • Purpose
    1. Bullets & Numbering

    • Meaning
    • Purpose
    1. Print Preview

      • Meaning
      • Purpose

     
    1. .doc and .docx
        • Meaning
        • Purpose
    1. Font

      • Meaning
      • Purpose
    2. Format

      • Meaning
      • Purpose
    3. Alignment

      • Meaning
      • Purpose
    4. Tab

      • Meaning
      • Purpose
    5. Margins

    • Meaning
    • Purpose
    1. Header/Footer

    • Meaning
    • Purpose
    1. Line Spacing

    • Meaning
    • Purpose
    1. Word Wrap

    • Meaning
    • Purpose
    1. Table

    • Meaning
    • Purpose
    1. Spell/Grammar Check

      • Meaning
      • Purpose

    8. Finished with the Word Practice? - Take the Word Processing Multiple Choice quiz, print out and turn in

    7. Using Edmodo to communicate with your group and Google Docs, figure out a way for members in your group to type up this sample word processing exercise so that it looks exactly like the handout.
     Duo 1 - Ramona/Grace
     Duo 6 - Isaac/Jack
     Duo 2 - Mac/Brooke
     Duo 7 - Isabel/Maggie
     Duo 3 - Maia/Mr. Rider
     Duo 8 - Tae/Scott
     Duo 4 - Bret/Mostyn
     Duo 9 - Ken/Nick
     Duo 5 - Chris/Alex
     Duo 10 - Beshir/Dominic


    6. Open PowerPoint and then open your word document outline into PPT
    • Hopefully, your outline will expand to 20+ slides in PPT
    • Now, start creating and designing...
      • Add at least one animation per slide
      • Include transition effects between each slide
      • Add at least 5 appropriate images from either the web or clipart
      • Add a minimum of 5 different Word Art titles
      • Add at least 1 shape
      • Extra Credit: Add a sound (+2 for up to 3) or Movie (+3 for up to 2)
      • Follow these design tips
    5. Word Outline Using BrainPop quiz
    • Pick your favorite BrainPop Tech quiz
    • Type the question
    • The answer will be a subcategory below
    4. Join the educational network Edmodo and become a member of Compow11
    • Group access code is fcp4um
    • Create your profile and include your favorite pic of yourself
    • Tell Mr. Kelly that you joined Edmodo...via Edmodo.

    3. Create your own avatar!
    • Add a special effect to your picture using any of the following free web image tools:
    • Use the snip tool if you are having trouble saving
    • Save all your pix in ComPow-->Avatars inside your network folder
    Superimpose Yourself - Create at least 3 images from one of the sites below:
    Publish Your Mug-Create at least 2 images from one of the sites below.

     

    ComPow Avatars


    Computer Hardware and Software
    1. Inspiration Diagram - Parts of the Computer
    • Save finished diagram to Shared-->Dropbox Parkelly-->ComPow-->Fall 2011
    • And then, go to Activities and look at all the Hardware links under Applied Technology

    2. Continue Computer Parts Jeopardy: This vs That
    3. Binary vs Decimal
    • Decimal is base-ten
      • Uses the numbers 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
      • Each place value is 10 x bigger than previous or 10x
      • This is how the number 93,280,756 (roughly the distance, in miles, Earth is from the Sun) is broken down in base-ten:

      •  93
         2 80
         75
        6
         Ten Millions Place
        Millions Place
        Hundred Thousands Place
        Ten Thousands Place
         Thousands Place
        Hundreds Place
         Tens Place
        Ones Place
        10,000,000
         1,000,000100,000
        10,000
        1000
         100 10 1
         107 106 105 104 103 102101
         100

    • Binary is base-two
      • Instead of using numbers 0 - 9, binary only uses two numbers: 0 and 1
      • The two numbers are like a switch: 0 = Off and 1 = On
      • Each place value is 2 x bigger or 2x
      • This how the number 217 would be represented in binary:

      • 1
        1
        0
        1
        1
         0
        0
         1
        One Hundred Twenty-Eights Place
        Sixty-Fours Place
        Thirty-Twos Place
        Sixteens Place
        Eights Place
        Fours Place
         Twos Place
        Ones Place
        128
        64
        32
        16
        8
        4
        2
        1
        27
        26 25
         2423
        22
        21
         20
    • Count to ten using binary numbers only...
    • A Bit is a Binary digIT and a Byte is 8 bits
    • A byte can represent 256 different numbers/characters
    • Learn more about Bits and Bytes





    End of the Quarter

    Wednesday-
    • Internet and Web Terms Quiz (25pts)
    • Finish HTML practices
      • All parts are 5 pts except for #6, 7, 11. These are worth 10pts. Extra credit: #12 &13
    Thursday-
    • Show teacher HTML practices for credit (70 pts)
    • Prepare for the HTML Tags test for friday using Mr. Kelly's website
    • Add HTML practice snapshots to your ePortfolio
    Friday-
    • TT#13: Punctuation & Symbols Test 2, 3 x 1 min.
    • HTML Tags Test (20 pts) after review
    • Print out HTML practices web pages, staple, and turn in (70pts)
    • Finish, turn in all old assignments
    • Turn in ePortfolio (50 pts) into Shared-->Dropbox Parkelly-->ComPow-->1st Semester 10-11 ePortfolios
    • Free explore?
    • All assignments are due by 3pm TODAY

    The Internet and HTML
    1. Create an account on Quizlet and add the 7 Internet terms given to you each day.
       - play a game with all of your flashcards
    2. Internet and Web Overview worksheet
    3. Take this HTML MC Quiz to see what you know about HTML tags (print it out and take it).
    4. Now it is time to practice HTML and create your first web page in the process...Open this web file in Notepad
    (All Programs-->Accessories-->Notepad) and then follow the directions below:
    5. Final HTML Test

    htmlflashcards




    Holiday Cheer-Tell a teacher and a family member how much you appreciate them
    • In Word, type up a draft of a letter you will send using virtual postcards...
    • Try to include the following in your message:
      • If for a teacher - Salutation (Dear Mr./Mrs.)
      • What are you up to now?
      • What do you remember when you were in their class? What did you really like about them or what you learned in the class.
      • What grade are you in now and who are some of your teachers now
      • Funny story? Poem? New Year Resolution?
      • Wish them a happy winter break and a happy new year
      • If for a relative - Salutation can be informal (Hey Freddy)
      • What are you doing-school, extra-curricular
      • Funny story? Poem? New Year Resolution?
      • How important they are to you
      • Happy holiday/new year
    Invaders from Mars

    PPT Portfolio
    - 60pts
     
    1. Insert or use the Snipping tool to add the following:
    • Title slide with Photofunia image-also include your name, ComPow, 1st Semester, 2010 - 11
    • Tagxedo
    • Atleast one spreadsheet with data from XL exercises
    • At lease one graph from your XL exercises
    • XL art
    • Computer Ports
    • At least one computer part pic or Blabberized computer part (extra credit)
    • Import your PPT slideshow about BrainPop
    • Add a link to your Prezi BrainPop (include the username and password)
    • SketchUp shot of your computer
    • Dream Vacation:
      • Inspiration diagram (snip)
      • XL sheet and graph
      • Brochure (snip)
    • ComPow Logo? Grandparents Day Logo?
    • Other - anything else you created in this class?
     2. While you are adding your snippets, add a text box somewhere on your slide that contains at least one skill that learned for that specific project. OK to just give an example.

    Wow...a sample portfolio:

    Sample ComPow Portfolio









    Presentations-
    PowerPoint
    • Open up MS Word 2007 (Extra Credit if you open up into a Google Doc)
      • For each of your BrainPop quizzes...
        • type the title of it on the top of the document,
        • convert each of the ten questions into a statement and 
        • type them up into a google document. OK to rearrange the order of each statement to make sense.
        • have someone next to you proofread it or have Mr. Kelly
        • follow the steps above for your second BrainPop quiz
    • 60 pts.-->12 slide MS PowerPoint 2007 presentation
      • Slide 1 is the title slide
      • Slides 2-11 are statement slides
      • Slide 12 is a credit slide
      • For each slide...
        • you can use Word Art and/or Text on any of the slides.
        • don't add anything else (e.g. animation, background colors, pictures) until the teacher discusses the guidelines for creating a presentation...afterwards, add the following:
          • 4-12 images (no more than 1 per slide)
          • 1 animation per slide (can be either an image or text)
          • Transition effect between each slide
          • Extra Credit: Have a sound play and have a video play
     Prezi
    • Use your second BrainPop quiz, convert the questions into statements in to Word, and add to Prezi
    • Add between 4 and 12 images

    Presentation Tips




    Parts of a Computer:
    • Computer Port Match-Up
    • We will correct in class and then print out (double-sided?)
    • Put together a blabber for your mystery computer part:
     Part:  Student:
     Motherboard

    Dan and Glennie's--->
     
     PCI Bus  
     Microprocessor  
     RAM  
     Graphics Card  
     Hard/Local Disk  
     Sound Card  
     Optical Drive  
     Network card  

     Power Supply

    by Darrell--->

     
      • Figure out what your part is called from the following list above...Hint: Conduct an image search using Google...
      • Type up, in Word, a 4 to 6 sentence long description of your part explaining how it makes a computer useful. Pretend you are the computer part explaining what it does. Give it a personality and voice. Show it to one student next to you and have them proofread it, as well as the teacher, before moving on to getting pictures.
      • Find at least 2 pictures to use for your blabber...a mouth/lips and your computer part. If you want to add other body parts, limit to facial features; no body parts below the head...
      • Use blabberize to personify your computer part. Use text-to-speech to create a voice for your character.
      • When your are ready to submit your final draft blabber, copy and paste the URL into the Google form above to get credit for it.

     SMED ED1Stop:
    • Username:
    • Password:
    • Steps to take to get to BrainPop:
      • Click on tab Curriculum Support
      • Click on Login to BrainPop
      • Click on the botton Engineering and Tech
      • Choose Computers and Internet
      • Watch the videos--->
      • Take the quiz after the video, print out and turn in. OK to retake the quiz to get 10/10.
    1. Cyberbullying - Fri.
    2. Social Networking - Fri.
    3. Binary - Mon.
    4. Computers - Mon.
    5. Ada Lovelace - Tues.
    6. Computer History - Tues.
    7. Data Storage Devices - Wed.
    8. Internet - Wed.
    9. Viruses - Thurs.
    10. Digital Etiquette - Thurs.


    Spreadsheets:
     
  • CA Census 2000 vs 2010 - past due...
    • Read the directions!
    • In the 2010 columns, predict the change in population and % for each ethnic group compared with 2000.
    • Print Preview to add the header and to make sure it fits the page properly, then print and turn in.
    • Ready, Set, Go!
  • Guess the Formula - in class exercise
  • XL Art

    Collaborative Spreadsheet Art

      • Insert an appropriate logo of something you can relate to in the background of an Excel sheet
      • Format the cell size: Height = ??, Width = ??
      • Use the paint bucket tool to fill in the cells to cover your logo
      • Experiment with ways you can fill in the cells (ctrl-select, etc.)
    • XL Practice Exercises:
     Fill-Right

    Fill-Down

     Fill-Right and -Down Test
     Sorting Data
    Merging Cells:
    1
    2
     Cell Borders

    Last one!----> Pie Chart OR Bar Graph instead for extra credit.
    Formatting Text  Formatting Numbers  Simple Formulas:
     Formulas:
     Test:














    • Check it out and make your own using the idea list:
    • Save your word cloud when you are done...HOW???
    • Use the "Clipping Tool" to capture your image and then save it.

    101 Ideas for Tagxedo



      Word Processing:
      • Open Note Word Processing Test is due today! No more class time after today...







      1. Homepage (60 pts)
        • Open up your Stone Cold Code in a web editor and then follow homepage directions to finish your web page
        • Show the teacher your finished web page for a grade
      2. PPT Portfolio (25 pts)
        • Title slide with your name in WordArt and your picture
        • A snapshot of your Dipity Timeline (not list view). Try to fit as much of it in as possible, don't worry if it gets cut off
        • A snapshot of one of your Google Earth placemarks
        • Your pie chart from the 2000 CA Census sheet
        • 1, 2 or all 3 of your internet diagrams created in Inspiration
        • The inside of your organized ComPow folder
        • A snapshot of your Homepage (after you finish it)
        • Anything else we have worked on in this class
        • Show to the teacher for a grade when you are done and he will also give you permission to print
      3. ComPow Final Exam (28 pts. + 5 e.c.)
        • With a partner, create 3 questions per topic:
          • Word Processing (WP)
          • PowerPoint (PPT)
          • Excel (XL)
          • Internet
          • Parts of a Computer/Ports/Computer Troubleshooting
        • Type the correct answers to each question at the bottom of the page (in the footer)
        • Of the 15 questions...
          • 5 must be multiple choice (a, b, c, d)
          • 3 are T/F
          • 5 have to be short answer (1 to 5 or so words)
          • and 2 must be explanation questions (Explain why?...How does?...etc.)
          • There can be an extra credit question, too, but it has to be an explanation question. Yes, the extra credit question is for extra credit.
      4. Windows 7 Manual (30 pts)
        • Create step-by-step directions, in Word
        • Include at least two screenshots with arrows and labels
          Arash - Show all 12 ways a student can modify font in Microsoft Word 2007

          Luke - Explain what you do if a program freezes. What are all possible steps for fixing it?
          Francesca - Explain the different drives and network folders that a student should see in "Computer" (formerly "My Computer")
          Kiky - Saving a file to dropbox Parkelly
          Kendall - Explain how to "shake" the Window of the program you want and get rid of the other open windows on the screen (W7 trick)
          Marie - Explain what the following shortcuts mean:
          1) Ctrl+S
          2) Ctrl+C
          3) Ctrl+V
          4) Ctrl+X
          5) Ctrl+P

          Jack - Explain the difference between the WWW and the Internet
          Justin - Explain how to insert an image from your student folder into PPT
          Zack G. - Making two program windows "snap" so they share the screen evenly (W7 trick)
          Amir - How to use the new Search in Windows 7
          Mikel - Explain how to add Word Art in Word and PPT.
          Maddie -Saving a file to your network folder
          Cameron - Explain all the different parts that connect to your computer
          Natalie - Directions for adding numbered and bulleted lists in Word
          Sabrina - Explain all the different ways to copy/cut and paste, explaining the difference btw copy and cut
          Steven - Explain how to add a 5 x 5 cell table to a Word document
          Samantha - Explain all the different reasons why a student may not be able to log on to the school's network
          Niall - Explain and give examples of 3 computer input and 3 output devices.
          Will - Explain the steps to printing a document
          Alejandra - Tell what program the following types of files are opened with:
          1) .doc
          2) .xls
          3) .ppt
          4) .mp3
          5) .htm
          6) .isf
          7) .kmz

          Zack R. - Explain the difference between Save and Save as...
          Weston - Explain how to copy an image from a web page and paste it into Word or PPT
          Nicole - Explain how to make a snapshot of your screen and insert the image into either Word or PPT.
          Chelsea - Explain all the ways to make a new folder
          Kyle - Explain how to adjust the sound on your computer


      Intro to HTML:
      • Open up your SCC in a web editor and then follow homepage directions to finish your web page
      • Finish Stone Cold Code - Type the code using the handout and then the teacher will show you how to convert it to a web page...
      • When finished with the above, open it in a web browser and see what it looks like...
      • Then, open it in a web editor and continue work on it.
        • If your web page's code is not exactly perfect, the teacher will help you...

        • Windows 7 Videos
        • Go over the answers to the Internet Test
        • Who is "The Stranger" and who is he married to? Who are their children?
        • Missing Assignments and Progress Reports

      • Finish The Internet Test:
        • Start>Shared>Dropbox Parkelly>ComPow>The Internet Test.
        • Open and Save as... to your own student network folder (Internet). Rename it with your name.
        • Answer questions
        • Turn in to Shared>Dropbox Parkelly>ComPow>Finished Internet Tests folder.
        • Finished with test?

        • Correct Internet Terms Matching, get back, fix mistakes, turn in by TODAY.
        • Study for Internet Test with your group.
        • Finish Internet Diagrams
        • Finish all missing assignments
        • Done? Log off and help someone...

      Create the following 3 diagrams of the the different parts of the Internet using Inspiration.
          • Include all labels
          • Don't Forget Your Name
          • Print Preview and then choose landscape orientation before printing
          • Export as a .jpeg 1 or more of your Inspiration diagrams into your PowerPoint portfolio.
        •  
           Internet Hierarchy

             Classroom Simulation: 
          Create your own Internet connection
           Residential (Your house)
          1. Client (your computer)
          • Via DSL or Cable
          2. Routers
          3. ISP (AT&T/Comcast) POP

           Business/School (La Entrada)
          1. Client (your computer)
          • via T1-T3 or other high-speed line
          2. Hub
          3. Switch
          4. Router
          5. ISP (Qwest, Verizon) POP (Point of Presence) or Branch
          Then Residential and Business/Schools connect, via Fiber Optic line, to a Backbone NAP (Network Access Point), a regional network. Stanford is our closest one for the the bay area region. The backbone is made up of switches, servers and routers which continue to direct your request to the final destination...

          Web servers or Email Servers

      The Internet
      • Create the Internet:
        • Make sure you received an Internet card and worksheet from the teacher
        • When told, go to the part of the room you belong
        • Fill out the worksheet while you wait to receive the ball of thread
        • Figure out how to make the Internet disappear
      • Use the handout to take notes on the teacher's presentation
      • Packetville - Hack Busters!

      • Excel Terms and Concepts Matching
      • Work on your Excel Exercises (8) that you worked on this week with a partner and turn in to the shared
      • Free explore (if you have nothing else to do or make up)



      • All done below? Add a keyboard shortcut to the Wiki list above...
      • Excel Exercises Test (8) - Today's lesson will be on #5-8
        • Save folder from Shared > Dropbox Parkelly > ComPow to your network folder first!
        • After finishing all 8 exercises, save to Parkelly Dropbox > ComPow > Finished XL Exercises. Write your name on the folder!
        • OK to ask others for help.
      • PowerPoint portfolio with the following slides:
        1. Title slide with your name in WordArt and your picture.
        2. A snapshot of your Dipity Timeline (not the list). Try to fit as much of it in as possible
        3. A snapshot of one of your Google Earth placemarks
        4. Your pie chart from the 2000 CA Census sheet
      • Print out the inside of your organized ComPow folder

      • Finish Guess the Formula and then turn in.
      • Create a PowerPoint portfolio with the following slides:
        1. Title slide with your name in WordArt and your picture.
        2. A snapshot of your Dipity Timeline (not the list). Try to fit as much of it in as possible
        3. A snapshot of one of your Google Earth placemarks
        4. Your pie chart from you 2000 CA Census sheet
      • Print out the inside of your organized ComPow folder

      • Finish CA Census 2000: Formatting and creating charts in spreadsheets - print out and turn in.
      • Crossword Puzzle - OK to work with people in your row
        • Row 1: Crossword #3
        • Row 2: Crossword #4
        • Row 3: Crossword #5
        • Row 4: Crossword #6


      • Finish/Grade the Spreadsheet Terms and Concepts worksheet.
      • Google Docs:
        • Go to Google Accounts
          • Use your actual email for your username
          • Use your same password you created in Dipity
          • Check out your very own Google Docs folder!
        • Open a new spreadsheet and draw a picture with a partner or 2 other people. Get an idea with this video:




      Office Pretests:

      • For 15pts, take your progress report home to get signed and return to the teacher - due Wednesday, 10/7
      • Create new folders in your ComPow folder and print out the inside of your ComPow folder- the teacher will explain and show you how
      • Continue Dipity Timeline/GE Tour Project
        • 50 points for timeline and 2 pts. extra credit for each working video in your timeline (up to 10 points) - due Thursday
        • 50 points for GE tour - due Wednesday, 10/7 - turn in a folder with your saved placemarks into Shared > Dropbox Parkelly > ComPow > GE Tours


      • Tech Page Duties
      • Revisit: Computer Port Match-up
      • Map my ride: Map the route you would take to walk from your house to school and then see how far you would have to travel.
      • Finish looking for the NEW 7 Wonders of the World after looking at the Old 7 Wonders. Which are more wonderous?
      • Now...travel around the galaxy in GEarth and find the following and place a marker on each:
        • A sunken ship
        • The site of the 3rd landing of an object from earth on the moon
        • A national park in the U.S.A.
        • The site of a famous battle in history
        • The Andromeda Galaxy
        • Olympus Mons
        • The college you would like to attend
        • The Great Pacific Garbage Patch
        • Where you want to go on vacation
      • Finish Computer Port Match-Up
      • Input Vs. Output-Congrats +15/15
      • Become a computer...
        • Find your "part" of the computer
        • Next, find the other "part(s)" of the computer
        • Raise your hand once your group finds all of the "parts" or members in your group.
        • The teacher will assign you a new row.
      • Now for a short video on the parts of a computer... technical support please...
      Answers to HTML Multiple Choice Quiz:
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