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Information and Communication Technology

Semi – Detailed Lesson Plan in Fundamentals of Computer

Area: ICT 11 Date: December 19, 2018

Instructor: Florante D. Aroc Jr., MIT Time:

I. Objectives:

At the end of a 60 – minute’s lesson in Computer Fundamentals, the students should be


able to:

A. identify the parts of the computer;


B. explain the functions of each part of the computer; and
C. appreciate the importance of computer

II. Subject Matter:

Content:

Computer Parts and Its Function

Tools and Materials:

Computer Parts images, laptop/desktop computer, projector

III. References:

A. http://www.gcflearnfree.org/computerbasics/5.3
B. Competency – Based Learning Materials

IV. Strategies:

A. Discussion
B. Cooperative Learning
C. Virtual Simulation

V. Procedure:

A. Preparation:
1. Daily Routine
1.1 Opening prayer
1.2 Greetings
1.3 Checking of Attendance

2. Review of the Past Lesson

Computer is an electronic device that manipulate data into useful


information. And computer has three components the hardware, software
and people ware. Software is the step by step instruction or program, while
hardware is the tangible part of the computer and people ware is the user
or programmer who is literate in computer.

B. Presentation:

1. Motivation

The students are group into four (4) and each group will be given a jigsaw
puzzle and identify what animal was form in the puzzle.
2. Raised Up Question

Ask the students if some pieces of jigsaw are missing can they figure out what
object or animal was form in the jigsaw puzzle?

3. Lesson Proper

Computer Parts

There are many parts that work together to make a computer work. And
hardware is the physical parts of the computer, including processor and memory
chips, input/output devices, tapes, disks, modems, cable, etc.

4. Generalization

Computers have touched every part of our lives: the way we work, the way we
learn, the way we live, even the way we play. It is almost impossible to go through
a single day without encountering a computer, a device dependent on a computer,
information produced by a computer, or a word that was introduced or whose
meaning has changed with the advent of computers. Because of the significance
of computers in today’s world, it is important to be computer literate.
Being computer literate means you have knowledge and understanding of
computers and their uses.
5. Evaluation

- Quiz (www.Kahoot.com)

- Hands On Activity

6. Application

The teacher will demonstrate the procedure of assembling external cable of a


computer to form a computer system together with the selected students following
the procedure simultaneously through virtual desktop.

VI. Agreement

A. Assignment:

Research about computer ethics and write it in a short bond paper to be


submitted tomorrow.