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Computer Studies Schemes of Work

            

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TERM  :         1                                      TEACHER:                   

 

WK

 

 

LESSON

 

TOPIC/

SUB-TOPIC

 

OBJECTIVES

 

 

TEACHING METHOD

 

 

TEACHING/

LEARNING

RESOURCES

 

 

REMARKS

 

 

 

3 1 Introduction to computers By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

i)    define the terms:

-computer

-data

-information

-information communication

system

ii)   explain the parts of a computer

– Discussion

method

–  Question and

answer method

Ref

Longhorn Bk 1

Computer Studies

By S. Mburu and

G.  Chemwa

1/Ed  (2004)

P 1-4

Nairobi

Longhorn Publishers

 

Aid

Chart on main parts of a computer system

 

2 & 3 Classification of computers By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

i)    describe the following computers

– supercomputer

– mainframe

-minicomputer

-microcomputer

ii)   classify computer according to

purpose

– Brief lecture method

–  Question and

answer method

Ref

Longhorn Bk 1

Computer Studies

By S. Mburu and

G.  Chemwa

1/Ed  (2004)

P 4-8

Nairobi

Longhorn Publishers

 

Ref

Computer Studies

Bk 1

By Dr. John Onunga  &  Renu Shah

4/Ed  (2005)

P 9-14

Nairobi, SunLitho

4 1 Classification according to functionality By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

i) explain of digital computers

ii) explain of analog computers

iii) explain on hybrid computers

 

Assignment

Attempt review questions 1.1 No. 1,2…..8

– Discussion

method

–  Question and

answer method

Ref

Longhorn Bk 1

Computer Studies

By S. Mburu and

G.  Chemwa

1/Ed  (2004)

P 8-9

Nairobi

Longhorn Publishers

          

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Computer Studies Schemes of Work

            

       FORM  :         ONE

TERM  :         1                                      TEACHER:                   

 

WK

 

 

LESSON

 

TOPIC/

SUB-TOPIC

 

OBJECTIVES

 

 

TEACHING METHOD

 

 

TEACHING/

LEARNING

RESOURCES

 

 

REMARKS

 

 

 

4 2 & 3 Development of computers By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

i)    name the advantages of using

computers

ii)   outline where computers are used

iii)  explain the five generation of

computers namely:

– first generation

– second generation

– third generation

– forth generation

-fifth generation

– Brief lecture method

–  Question and

answer method

Ref

Longhorn Bk 1

Computer Studies

By S. Mburu and   G.  Chemwa

P 11-15

Longhorn Publishers

Ref

Computer Studies  Bk 1

By Dr. John Onunga  &

Renu Shah

P 6-8

 

4 The computer laboratory By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

i) outline the factors to be considered when

preparing computer laboratory

ii) explain on safety precaution and practices

– Discussion

method

–  Question and

answer method

Ref

Longhorn Bk 1

Computer Studies

By S. Mburu and   G.  Chemwa

P 17-19

 

5 1 Practical hands-on skill By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

i) define the terms:

  • cold booting
  • warm booting

ii) explain on post process

iii) explain the procedure of shutting down the

computer

–  Question and

answer method

– Discussion

method

 

Ref

Longhorn Bk 1

Computer Studies

By S. Mburu and   G.  Chemwa

P 21-22

 

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Computer Studies Schemes of Work

            

       FORM  :         ONE

 

WK

 

 

LESSON

 

TOPIC/

SUB-TOPIC

 

OBJECTIVES

 

 

TEACHING METHOD

 

 

TEACHING/

LEARNING

RESOURCES

 

 

REMARKS

 

 

 

5 2 & 3 Keyboard layout By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

i)    identify the keys:

-alphanumeric keys

– function keys

ii)   use the following keys:

– cursor movement and editing

keys

– special PC operation keys

– numeric keypads keys

iii)    explain the practical keyboard skills

 

– Discussion

method

–  Question and

answer method

Ref

Longhorn Bk 1

Computer Studies

By S. Mburu and  G.  Chemwa

P 23-26

Ref

Computer Studies Bk 1

By Dr. John Onunga  &  Renu Shah

P 32-37

Aid

Computer System

6 1 Mouse skills By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

i)    give the purpose of mouse pointer

ii)   outline the rules observed when using

a mouse

iii) explain the terminologies associated

with the use of mouse

– clicking

– double clicking

– right clicking

– drag and drop

– Brief lecture method

–  Question and

answer method

 

Ref

Longhorn Bk 1

Computer Studies

By S. Mburu and   G.  Chemwa

P 27-28

Ref

Computer Studies  Bk 1

By Dr. John Onunga  &  Renu Shah

P 39-40

 

TERM  :         1                                      TEACHER:                   

                 YEAR  :         2011                               HEAD OF DEPT:         

 

 

 

 

Computer Studies Schemes of Work

            

 

WK

 

 

LESSON

 

TOPIC/

SUB-TOPIC

 

OBJECTIVES

 

 

TEACHING METHOD

 

 

TEACHING/

LEARNING

RESOURCES

 

 

REMARKS

 

 

 

6 2 & 3 COMPUTER SYSTEM

 

Description of a computer system

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

i)    name three main components of a

computer system

ii)   list data capture devices

iii)  explain the pointing devices

 

– Discussion

method

–  Question and

answer method

Longhorn Bk 1 Computer Studies

By S. Mburu and G.  Chemwa

P 30-33

 

Computer Studies Bk 1

By Dr. John Onunga  & Renu Shah

P 43-50

7 1,2

&

3

MID TERM EXAMS,

THEN SCHOOL BREAK FOR

HALF TERM/ RECESS

8 1 Scanning devices By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

i)    name two types of scanners

ii)   explain the scanning devices such

as:

– optical scanners

– optical mark recognition

(OMR)

-optical bar recognition (OBR)

– optical character recognition

(OCR)

-magnetic scanners

Assignment

The learner to read and write notes on the central processing unit

Ref: Longhorn Bk 1

Computer studies

P 37-39

–  Question and

answer method

– Discussion

method

 

Ref

Longhorn Bk 1

Computer Studies

By S. Mburu and  G.  Chemwa

P 33-34

Ref

Computer Studies  Bk 1

By Dr. John Onunga  & Renu Shah

P 58-63

Aid

– Scanner

– Bar cords

       FORM  :         ONE

TERM  :         1                                      TEACHER:                   

                 YEAR  :         2011                               HEAD OF DEPT:         

 

 

Computer Studies Schemes of Work

            

       FORM  :         ONE

TERM  :         1                                      TEACHER:                   

 

WK

 

 

LESSON

 

TOPIC/

SUB-TOPIC

 

OBJECTIVES

 

 

TEACHING METHOD

 

 

TEACHING/

LEARNING

RESOURCES

 

 

REMARKS

 

 

 

8 2 & 3 Speech recognition or voice input By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

i)    define  the term speech recognition or

voice input

ii)    outline the use of speech input

iii)   explain the limitation of speech

input

–  Question and

answer method

– Discussion

method

Ref

Longhorn Bk 1

Computer Studies

By S. Mburu and  G.  Chemwa

P 35-37

Ref

Computer Studies Bk 1

By Dr. John Onunga  & Renu Shah

P 56-57

9 1 The central processing unit (CPU) By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

i)    define the term central processing unit

ii)   explain  the components of central

processing unit

iii)  classify the computer memory and

explain read only memory (ROM)

 

 

–  Question and

answer method

– Discussion

method

Ref

Longhorn Bk 1

Computer Studies

By S. Mburu and   G.  Chemwa

P 37-40

 

Ref

Computer Studies Bk 1

By Dr. John Onunga  &Renu Shah

P 69-73

 

                 YEAR  :         2011                               HEAD OF DEPT:         

 

 

 

 

Computer Studies Schemes of Work

            

       FORM  :         ONE

TERM  :         1                                      TEACHER:                   

 

WK

 

 

LESSON

 

TOPIC/

SUB-TOPIC

 

OBJECTIVES

 

 

TEACHING METHOD

 

 

TEACHING/

LEARNING

RESOURCES

 

 

REMARKS

 

 

 

9 2 & 3 Main memory (primary storage or working storage) By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

i)   explain the main memory namely:

-random access memory

-special purpose memory

ii)   give the characteristics and types of:

– random access memory

iii)   explain the memory capacity

 

 Assignment

The learner to read and write notes on output devices

Ref: Longhorn Bk 1

Computer Studies

P 45-47

–  Question and

answer method

– Discussion

method

 

Ref

Longhorn Bk 1

Computer Studies

By S. Mburu and  G.  Chemwa

P 40-41

 

Ref

Computer Studies Bk 1

By Dr. John Onunga  & Renu Shah

P 73-75

10 1 Speech recognition or voice input By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

i)    define  the term speech recognition or

voice input

ii)    outline the use of speech input

iii)   explain the limitation of speech

input

– Discussion

method

–  Question and

answer method

 

Ref

Longhorn Bk 1

Computer Studies

By S. Mburu and G.  Chemwa

P 35-37

Ref

Computer Studies Bk 1

By Dr. John Onunga  &Renu Shah

P 56-57

                 YEAR  :         2011                               HEAD OF DEPT:         

 

 

 

 

Computer Studies Schemes of Work

            

       FORM  :         ONE

TERM  :         1                                      TEACHER:                   

 

WK

 

 

LESSON

 

TOPIC/

SUB-TOPIC

 

OBJECTIVES

 

 

TEACHING METHOD

 

 

TEACHING/

LEARNING

RESOURCES

 

 

REMARKS

 

 

 

10 1 Overall functional organizational of the CPU By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

i)    explain three types of buses

-control bus

– address bus

– data bus

ii)   describe types of processors and their

clock speeds

–  Question and

answer method

– Discussion

method

 

Ref

Longhorn Bk 1

Computer Studies

By S. Mburu and  G.  Chemwa

P 42-43

 

Ref

Computer Studies Bk 1

By Dr.John Onunga  &Renu Shah

P 49-51

2 & 3 Output devices By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

i)    define the term output devices

ii)   name two types of output e.g.

– softcopy

– hardcopy

iii) explain two types of output devices

namely:

– softcopy output  devices

– hardcopy output devices

iii)  describe types of graphical adapters  e.g.

– hercules graphics card

– color graphics adapter

– enhanced graphics adapter

– super video graphics array

– liquid crystal display

 

 

–  Question and

answer method

– Discussion

method

 

Ref

Longhorn Bk 1

Computer Studies

By S. Mburu and   G.  Chemwa

P 45-47

 

Ref

Computer Studies Bk 1

By Dr. john Onunga  & Renu Shah

P 79-83

 

Aid

Computer  CRT monitor and Flat panel screen

                 YEAR  :         2011                               HEAD OF DEPT:         

 

 

 

 

 

WK

 

 

LESSON

 

TOPIC/

SUB-TOPIC

 

OBJECTIVES

 

 

TEACHING METHOD

 

 

TEACHING/

LEARNING

RESOURCES

 

 

REMARKS

 

 

 

11 1 Sound output and hard copy output devices By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

i)    explain the examples of:

-sound output devices

-light-emitting diodes

ii)    describe examples of hard copy

devices namely:

– impact printers

– non-impact printers

– plotters

–  Question and

answer method

– Discussion

method

 

Ref

Longhorn Bk 1

Computer Studies

By S. Mburu and G.  Chemwa

P 47-50

 

Ref

Computer Studies Bk 1

By Dr.John Onunga  & Renu Shah

P 85-94

 

Aid

Computer  system and projector on plotters

 

2 & 3 Secondary (auxiliary) storage devices and media By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

i)   define the terms auxiliary media

ii)   name disadvantages of using

magnetic tape, and care taken to

magnetic storage media

iii)  explain various removable storage

devices such as:

– magnetic tape

– magnetic disk

-zip disk

– jaz disk

 

–  Question and

answer method

– Discussion

method

 

Ref

Longhorn Bk 1

Computer Studies

By S. Mburu and  G.  Chemwa

P 51-54

 

Ref

Computer Studies

Bk 1

By Dr. John Onunga  & Renu Shah

P 96-104

Computer Studies Schemes of Work

            

       FORM  :         ONE

TERM  :         1                                      TEACHER:                   

                 YEAR  :         2011                               HEAD OF DEPT:         

 

 

 

 

 

WK

 

 

LESSON

 

TOPIC/

SUB-TOPIC

 

OBJECTIVES

 

 

TEACHING METHOD

 

 

TEACHING/

LEARNING

RESOURCES

 

 

REMARKS

 

 

 

12

and

13

 

 

 

 

 

End of Term Examination

 

 

By the end of the test lesson, the learner should be able to:

i. answer all question in the test

 

 

 

ii. score at least 75% of the questions

correctly

 

 

 

 

Pre-test activities

– learners are introduced to

the purpose of the test and

encouraged to put forth

their test efforts

– teacher ensure proper

seating arrangements,

adequate lighting and a

quiet environment

– test papers are distributed

to learners

– instructions are clearly

given to learners and

corrections made on

possible errors such as

typographical errors

– total time is announce

– attempt all the questions in

the test sheet

 

Post test activities

– the teacher invigilate

the exam

–  time briefing is done at

interval of 30 minutes

– answer sheets are collected

– getting feedback from

students about the exam

Learner to:

 

i. spread out in an orderly

manner before getting

the question paper

ii. maintain total silence

iii. receive the question

paper from the

invigilator (teacher)

and write their name.

iv. read the instructions

and attempt all the

questions in the test

sheet as  instructed

v. hand their scripts

(answer sheet) after the

session is over

vi. give the feedback after

they have collected

the scripts

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