Computer Teaching Lesson Plans The lesson also serves to reinforce knowledge acquired about the topic. the students to the parts of the computer (monitor, keyboard, mouse, printer, etc http://www.teach-nology.com/teachers/lesson_plans/computing/
Extractions: Downloads ... Professional Development Enter your email address for FREE weekly teaching tips! Home Teacher Resources Lesson Plans Computing ... Web Quests - An inquiry-based activity in which all of the information used by learners is drawn from the Web. Web Quest Generator - Let this tool help you build your first Web Quest. A Clue for Keyboarding - Students will be able to locate keys on the keyboard without looking at the keyboard, bulletin boards, and charts. Acronym Names - Using the word processor. Advertising Project - To develop written, verbal, and visual communication skills using the computer. Altering Text Size, Colour and Font - Children will use a word processor to alter text size, colour and font. Color Winner - Early elementary students follow directions, make predictions, and analyze the results while using colors. Company Stockholder Newsletter - They will use WordArt and/or a scanner to create letterhead stationery for their business. Students will use this stationery for their newsletter.
Technology Rich Lesson Plans -Kindergarten Kindergarten Technology Rich lesson plans. Click on one of the lesson titles below picture word list. computer, keyboard, mouse. desktop publishing software (ClarisWorks for Kids or http://www.carteretcountyschools.org/staffdev/trlp/kinderBailey01.htm
Technology > Typing For Beginners Front page lesson plans Technology Typing for Beginners. Download the "keyboard" PDF computer TypingLearning the ABCs of the computer keyboard (Mastering) http://www.teachnet.com/lesson/tech/keyboarding110900.html
Extractions: Adobe Acrobat Reader Although I had lessons in keyboarding a number of years ago, it isn't as if I sat down in a typing class every day and just learned to type. Yet these days, I have to admit that I am thankful for my keyboarding lessons. Had it not been for the fundamentals that I learned, such as finger positioning and the "proper" movement to strike certain keys, I assure you that my time spent at a keyboard would have been far more frustrating. I do not claim to be some sort of master typist, and I would note that all of us are always working to improve our skill level. You obviously can't expect your fourth graders to suddenly start typing all of their homework before turning it in, but you can teach a building block that will help them master typing in the long run. The placement of one's fingers on the keyboard is key when learning how to type. While it will require lots and lots of practice before your students begin to feel that they're typing with any sort of speed, you can accomplish a lot prior to the practice that only a typewriter or computer and time can provide.
Kings Park-Technology used in the Kings Park computer lab. Kindergarten through third KidPix) keyboard Shortcuts Wordfind. Crests County Public Schools has lesson plans, early childhood links, training http://www.fcps.k12.va.us/KingsParkES/technology/lessons
Extractions: Brooks Widmaier , Technology Resource Teacher, Kings Park ES Kindergarten: Brown Bear, Brown Bear Native American Pictograms Family Portraits Native American Headbands ... Winter Animals (hibernation, migration...) Ant Research First Grade: Self Portraits Clouds Five Senses Tens and Ones ... Cinquains Second Grade: Mexico Native American Pictograms and Translations Heart Healthy Activities Native American homes ... Pueblo Homes Third Grade: Multiplication Arrays Mary Had a Little Lamb Word Processing Lesson Great Wall of China Facts Three Little Pigs Word Processing Lesson ... Virginia Maps KidPix)
Business And Computer Lesson Plans for business and computer teachers and students. Filled with. references, links, and lesson plans. Need Word or This chart contains. all keyboard shortcuts and complete listing of the http://www.tahlequah.k12.ok.us/~businessed
Extractions: Tonya Skinner's Business Lesson Plans - Best business education site on the web. Also has bulletin board ideas. Casco's Economics, Business, and Finance Site - Has links to NASDAQ Stock Market, Sierra Online Stock Market, Kelly's Blue Book, IRS, Infoseek Stock Quote, etc. Best of the Best Sites for Investment - A listing compiled for the Tahlequah High School stock market game. Intro to Word - This is a tutorial on how to use Word. Beginner's Web Portal - People who need some extra tutoring when it comes to navigating the Web can get help from this portal. Alfy, an animated character, guides students through a graphic-based site filled with activities to help get acquainted with the Internet. Create Your Own School Web Site - A virtual community providing educators, students and parents with online tools and services. Along with offering curriculum-focused content, educational links and resources and e-commerce, this site allows schools to create their own Web sites and receive e-mail. Initially, the site's content will be focused on middle and high schools. King Middle School's Standout Site - Visitors will find numerous links to curriculum-based sites as well as lesson-plan help and suggestions for online projects. A unique feature is the site's long and complete listing of zoos across the country and throughout the world.
Extractions: Lesson Plans/Directions Note: These directions and lesson plans are in a PDF file format. You will need Acrobat Reader in order to view them. You can download it free from Adobe's Web Site. See Below Adobe Acrobat Reader download site Computer Basics Training Computer Basics Lesson Plans QuicktakeShapeSearch.pdf T-shirt transfer(scanner).pdf PoemBook(video capture).pdf Computer Basics/Directions on How to... ViewScanner.pdf AppleQuicktake.pdf ScannerT'sDesk.pdf ScannerGraphicsModule.pdf MacintoshBasics.pdf Presentation Note: Note a PDF file. Word Processing Training Word Processing/Lesson Plans WPInvitations-Prim.pdf KeyboardSkills-Prim.pdf WPTooMuchGarbage.pdf
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Technology Lesson Plans - Kent School District Kent School District Technology lesson plans computer Use students learn to use resources to help solve computer problems process steps as students keyboard their tall tale stories http://www.kent.wednet.edu/curriculum/tech/lessons
Extractions: The following lessons were created by Kent School District teachers in 1999 and are designed to integrate with Kent School District Student Learning Objectives and Technology Standards as well as Washington State Essential Learnings (EALRs). Kindergarten Counting - students use knowledge of technology to practice counting objects in a teacher-made HyperStudio program Counting Backwards - students practice writing numbers counting backwards Letter People - students dictate a story about the letter person that is the letter of their first name, then illustrate and record the story with Kid Pix, which can then be compiled with the dictated story and a scanned photo or quick take image and printed for a class book or used as slide show Letter People Words - students work with a partner to arrange the letter people to make words, then copy the words to a Kid Pix document, print it out, and take it home to read to parents Mr. B Project
Lesson Plans: Bulletin Boards Materials Needed school name, logo or picture and related computer technology illustrations computer, keyboard, monitor, printer, modem, etc. http://wilmette.nttc.org/pnas/bulletinboards/bboards.html
Extractions: school name, logo or picture and related computer technology illustrations: computer, keyboard, monitor, printer, modem, etc. We are Project Net Across the Sea . . . Expect Great Things! Submitted by Annmarie McNeela Ricker, Computer Teacher, Peirce School for International Studies, Chicago, IL This is useful for displaying correspondence with partner school(s).
Extractions: Paper Keyboard handout - optional Lesson Plan Introduce the concept of "keyboarding" and the rationale for learning to use the keyboard correctly. Have students place their left hand fingers on "home row" position with the following phrase to help them remember the placement: A Silly Dancing Frog Have students place their right hand fingers on the "home row" position with the following phrase: Jazzy Kangaroo's Little Semi
Extractions: Career Education ... Archives Lesson Planning Article L E S S O N P L A N N I N G A R T I C L E Celebrate National Physical Fitness and Sports Month with Education World's tour of physical fitness Web sites. Get your students moving with hundreds of " active -ities" with the emphasis on active Included: An activity idea from each site! Each year, on the first Wednesday in May which also happens to be the first Wednesday in National Physical Fitness and Sports Month millions of school children all over the globe exercise together as part of Project ACES. "Project ACES (All Children Exercising Simultaneously) aims to educate children about the importance of lifelong fitness and to end the stereotype that children are fat, weak, and lazy," says Len Saunders, a Montville, New Jersey, phys ed teacher who created the program in 1989. "Project ACES aims to make fitness fun!" "There is no specific routine to follow," adds Saunders. "The children might walk, jog, bike, dance, do aerobics, or a combination of all of them for 15 minutes. Many schools invite local celebrities to the event. Most schools get the entire school population out on the playground, put on music, and get everyone in the school have some fun by moving and exercising together."
Computers Lesson Plans computers lessons! Introducing the Word Processor The main objectives of this lesson plan are for students to learn to keyboard on the computer,.. . http://www.edhelper.com/cat28_morel.htm
Lesson Ideas Utilizing A Smart Board Smart lesson plans. shutting down the Smart Board, shut down your computer as you Hide Tools, Right Click, Escape, Calibrate/Keystone, keyboard, Annotate Hide http://www.wacona.com/smartboard/smartboard.html
Extractions: (for high school but may be modified for use with lower grades) After students have created PowerPoint projects or other work, allow them to share the work with the rest of the class using the Smart Board. Choose any interactive website and let the students work individually, in pairs, or in groups of three to complete activities at the website. One such site to use is aplusmath A good website to use on the smart board to let students explore and complete activities: Mikids.com Go to the site, let students choose the appropriate grade level (they are color coded), and let them choose an activity. Math websites to use for grades 3, 4, and 5: eMints Pull up math (or other subject) worksheets on the smartboard and have students write the answers to complete the problems. One site to use for worksheets is: EdHelper If you open the notebook, you can write on the SmartBoard with Dry-Erase markers and the writing will appear on the notebook and can be printed out. One teacher is using it to work with spelling words. Another teacher uses it as a blackboard and prints out notes for students with IEPs. - Vivian, Saucon Valley Elementary School, Hellertown, PA
Extractions: Home Technology Keyboarding with Boxers Lesson Plans Math Music Physical Education Reading ... Writing Thematic Units CURRENT UNIT: End-of-the-Year PREVIOUS UNITS Unit Index Seasonal Items May Events June Events Spring Baseball ... Bulletin Boards Teacher Resources Classroom Management Librarians Teacher Tips The Corner Store ... Web Sites The Teacher's Lounge Daily Factoid Educational News Message Board Newsletter - Get it! ... The Corner's Contest Book Nook Children's Professional Teen/Young Adult Awards The Finish Line TTC's Award Winners Win Our Award Credits Carry our Banner Graphics Sign our Guestbook Sponsors Advertisement Time Saver Top Sites Keyboarding with Boxers To encourage my keyboarding students to learn good touch keying and not look at their fingers, I ask them to bring a cute pair of boxer shorts to class. They put the computer keyboard through the elastic and sit it on their desk. They put their hands through the legs and position them correctly on the keyboard. Off they go! They think it's cool and it encourages good keying technique since they can't see and really have to concentrate on their sense of touch."
A Passion For Jazz! Online Piano Lessons MIDI compatible keyboard interfaced to computer; Direct internet text used for online keyboard lessons is Basic to a printer to hard copy lesson plans and sheet http://www.apassion4jazz.net/online_lessons.html
Unit 1, Ellis Island based lessons or activities have a computer (PC or the necessary hardware components (mouse, keyboard, and monitor Up to Contents of this Page Unit lesson plans. http://commtechlab.msu.edu/sites/letsnet/noframes/subjects/la/b1u1.html
Extractions: Meet the Teachers Margaret Holtschlag and Cindy Lafkas have integrated telecommunications into their classrooms for three years. Margaret teaches fourth grade at Murphy Elementary in Haslett, Michigan. She first learned about technology from her husband, who is a United States Geological Survey hydrologist. Her interest in technology stemmed from her desire to explore new and different ways to approach teaching in her classroom. She and her husband got an Excellence in Education grant from the Department of the Interior to do a multi-media project on wetlands. Cindy is teaching fifth grade at Cornell Elementary in Okemos, Michigan. She says she wouldn't have become involved with computers if it hadn't been for word processing since she loves to write. Cindy has been at Cornell for 11 years. Cindy and Margaret participated in four telecommunications field trips through TCI and Turner Adventure Learning in the past three years. In past years they went to the Rift Valley in Kenya and the battle field at Gettysburg. This year, they went to Ellis Island. (To learn more about Margaret and Cindy and their other field trips, take a look at their