Lessons for Computers

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  • Gossip to Learn: A Juicy Approach to Research - … software, including image, video, and audio editing. TC2(9-12) Computer Applications 11. Critique digital content for validity, accuracy, bias, currency … software, including image, video, and audio editing. TC2(9-12) Computer Applications6. Utilize advanced features of multimedia software, including image, video … for validity, accuracy, bias, currency, and relevance. TC2(9-12) Computer Applications11. Critique digital content for validity, accuracy, bias, currency, and …
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  • Three-Digit Subtraction - … erasable markers for each student, calculators (optional) Technology Resources Needed: Computers with Internet access, printer, desktop publishing/word processing software Background … markers for each student, calculators (optional)Shark SwimathonTechnology Resources Needed: Computers with Internet access, printer, desktop publishing/word processing software Technology … Needed:Computers with Internet access, printer, desktop publishing/word processing software Computers with Internet access, printer, desktop publishing/word processing software Computers with …
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  • Mission Mastermind - … Evaluation / Assessment Follow-up Activities / Interdisciplinary Connections One-Computer Classroom Classrooms without Computers Home Schooler Goal/Purpose: The goal of this lesson … with an LCD that projects the computer image on a screen or a hookup from a computer to a television monitor. You … school has one or more computers located outside your classroom - for example, a library or a computer lab - students, either independently or …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • The Universe - Lesson Plan - … /chalk to record responses to KWL chart Computer/ Computers with Internet access (one classroom computer with Internet and ability to project image for … each student Graphing software available on computers or graph paper for each student Lesson 3 Enough computers with Internet access for students … each student Graphing software available on computers or graph paper for each student Lesson 4 Enough computers with Internet access for students …
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  • Binary Coding - … " and "1" to do all the things a computer can do. For the computer to do this, it changes what we give … . 5 What Do Computers Know? Q: Can you tell me what a computer knows? A: Students may respond that computers know how to read, write, and play games. Computers are not nearly … off. endless kinds of messages to and from a computer. But a computer can only Show an IC device. This little package …
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  • Zeros and Ones: Understanding Computer Language - … CAT was different in different brands of computers. early years of computers different types of computers used the binary system in different ways … decimal 67, and so on. This allows the computer to alphabetize a computer is designed to make it easy to sort numbers … on the computer to see how much more quickly the computer is able to convert from binary symbols to letters. Computers are built …
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  • Intro to Powerpoint - … . Resource Management What was the student to computer ratio? The ratio of students to computers was 5 to 1 in my classroom … Social Studies that I teach have computers at home.) How did you schedule your students' computer time? When we are working on … . What was the location of the computers and other technology equipment used by students? The computers and technology equipment the students use …
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  • Light - … to computer ratio? The student to computer ration was one student to one computer. How did your schedule your students' computers time? The computer time was scheduled in the library where more computers were available … ? The technology equipment I used was primarily in a computer lab. The computer lab is available to classes a few times throughout …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Remote Sensing - … we went to the computer lab. Resource Management What was the student to computer ratio? We used two different computer labs for MultiSpec and developing power point presentations. One lab had 20 computers, so … from the spectrometers. How did you schedule your students' computer time? The computer labs are often scheduled for three or four weeks …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Internet Research tied to Literature for Alternative Jr. High - … was the student to computer ratio? Computer ratio is 12 students....4 computers. With centers, each student had adequate individual computer time to complete Internet research. How did you schedule your students' computer time … responsibility to make sure they are using the computer wisely as an educational tool. Computer games are fun, and can be educational …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
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