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CIS 101: Introduction to Computer Systems
Junior Docent Program Hudson River Museum
Arya Henry ahenry@hrm.org or call 914-963-4550 ext 219
Friday, October 7, 2016
OBJECTIVE: How do we interact with computers?

SIGN ON: Go to Schoology and click on student. Your access code is:

Period 2: KCWN6-BH7N6
Period 6:

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Period 8: X3N57-XCQ4D
REVIEW: Copy these definitions
  1. Input, process, output (IPO), is described as putting information into the system, doing something with the information and then displaying the results.
  2. Computer hardware is the collection of physical parts of a computer system. This includes the computer case, monitor, keyboard, and mouse. It also includes all the parts inside the computer case, such as the hard disk drive, motherboard, video card, and many others.
  3. Software is anything that can be stored electronically. A computer program is software and means the list of instructions the computer needs to get something done.

CATCH UP: Write one input/process/output for EACH of the 5 senses like this:

INPUT: I hear the alarm clock
PROCESS: I think, "It's time to wake up"
OUTPUT: I get out of bed

PRACTICE: Learn the parts of the computer

http://media.sfcs.net/sandvik/Computer-Lessons/computerDragDrop.htm

WRITE:

  1. Parts of the computer that are called INPUT DEVICES
  2. Parts of the computer that are OUTPUT DEVIVES

CHALLENGE QUESTION: Name the part of the computer that PROCESSES information

Thursday, October 6, 2016
ANNOUNCEMENT
Junior Docent Program - Hudson River Museum
Arya Henry ahenry@hrm.org
914-963-4550 ext 219
OBJECTIVE

How do we interact with computers?

DO NOW

Think about and write your answer:

  1. When you want to tell the computer to do something which part of the computer do you use?
  2. What parts of the computer are used to respond?
PRACTICE

Practice learning the parts of the computer http://media.sfcs.net/sandvik/Computer-Lessons/computerDragDrop.htm

EXIT TICKET
Thursday Exit Ticket
Wednesday, October 5, 2016
OBJECTIVE

How do we know what we know?

ANNOUNCEMENT

Junior Docent Program - Hudson River Museum
Arya Henry ahenry@hrm.org
914-963-4550 ext 219

DO NOW

Copy this definition:

Input, process, output (IPO), is described as putting information into the system, doing something with the information and then displaying the results.

EXAMPLE
INPUT I hear the alarm clock
PROCESS I think, "It's time to wake up"
OUTPUT I get out of bed
DISCUSS
Different ways we take in information.Give one Input-Process-Output example for each of the 5 senses.
VIEW
inputfrom Pinterest
DONE EARLY
Write your own example of a real world Input Process Output.
Friday, September 30, 2016
OBJECTIVE

Copyright and Remix Test

DONE EARLY?
  1. Read this TWEEN TRIBUNE article
  2. Critical thinking challenge: Why is Lunar Mission One only offering a chance to bury data on the moon? Why arent they offering a guarantee?
  3. Answer this question in your 365 account.
Tuesday, September 27, 2016
OBJECTIVE

What should you consider when you use other people’s creative work?

DO NOW

1. Open your Word Document from Office 365

2. COPY these definitions:
remix

THINK
PAIR
SHARE

When you create things, do you ever get your inspiration from other people’s creative work? What are some examples?

When you create things, do you ever appropriate, or use someone else’s creative work, to make something new? What are some examples?

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TASK
  1. Open Remix Student Handout .
  2. Partner up
  3. Pick sides.
  4. Debate

DONE EARLY?
  1. Write your reasons for each position you took
  2. Do the exercise in Lesson 2 on pages 95 and 96: in your own document apply a theme and a style and change them
Monday, September 26, 2016
OBJECTIVE

How can I make responsible choices when I use other people's creative work?

DO NOW
  1. GO TO Mad Men Student Handout
  2. Open another tab and GO TO Office 365 - Open Word
REVIEW
  1. Open your Word Document from the desktop.
  2. COPY everything and PASTE it into your Office 365 document
  3. In Office 365 SHARE your document with NSHAW
TASK

You have been hired to create a poster that will convince readers to become vegetarians.The agency gives you pictures to put in the poster. Which ones will you use? Why or why not? Discuss each picture in the Mad Men Student Handout and write your response in the Office 365 Word document.

DONE EARLY?

Read THIS ARTICLE in Tween Tribune and answer the CRITICAL THINKING QUESTION: Why hasn't Niantic released Pokemon Go in Brazil? Write your answer in your Office 365 document

Tuesday, September 20.2016
OBJECTIVE
Today we are transferring our document to the cloud and sharing it
DO NOW

Copy the URL www.mycolleague.org/Riverside.html and paste it into to your Word document.

  1. Check your work
    1. Header and Footer HERE
    2. Vocabulary Vocabulary How To Sheet
Part 1
  1. Open your Word Document from your folder.
  2. Open your Office 365 Account and OPEN a new document or if you already have one from last week, open that.
  3. Copy everything from Step 1 and paste it into Step 2
  4. Close the Word document from Step 1. We will not be usig-ng it any more.
  5. In your Office 365 Word document add the HEADER and FOOTER
  6. Go to the top of your page and INSERT today's date.
Part 2
You are going to make a biography for a nutritionist. Use the name SANDRA TSAI. Type this text:
nutritionaist

PROJECT 2
Part 1
  1. Pull the VIEW menu down and show the RULERS
  2. Display the NON_PRINTING characters icon
  3. Click on the VIEW menu. Look all the way to the left. Click on Read Mode to see what it looks like.
  4. Click on the ESC key to come back.
  5. Pull the VIEW menu to hide the rulers
  6. Click on the icon to hide this icon
Project 2
Part 2
  1. Click on the SHARE button right next to your name
  2. In the top box type NSHAW@YONKERSPUBLICSCHOOLS.ORG so I can see your work.
  3. Click on the blue SHARE box on the bottomicon
DONE SO SOON?
Pick an article from TWEEN TRIBUNE and answer the question in your Word document.

Monday, September 19, 2016

OBJECTIVE

Today we are adding a header and footer to a Word document

Part 1 Header and Footer. Click HERE to learn how
Part 2

Copy this text and paste it into your document

Digital Media: electronic devices and media platforms such as computers, cell phones, video, the Internet, and video games that allow users to create, communicate, and interact with one another or with the device or application itself.  Digital Citizenship: a member of a worldwide community linked by the Internet and who navigates the digital world safely, responsibly, and ethically.  Fair Use: the ability to use a small amount of someone’s creative work without permission, but only in certain ways commercial purposes: a use in connection with a business, usually for profit.   Copyright: a law that protects a creator’s ownership of and control over the work he or she creates, requiring other people to get the creator’s permission before they copy, share, or perform that work.  Creative Commons: a kind of copyright that makes it easy for people to copy, share, and build on someone’s creative work – as long as they give the creator credit for it.  Public Domain: creative work that’s not protected by copyright and is therefore free for one to use however one wants.  Citizen: member of a group or community.  Right: a protected freedom; something that a person is or should be morally or legally allowed to have, get, or do.  Responsibility: a duty or task that you are required or expected to do; something that you should do because it is morally right, legally required, etc.
Part 3 Format the paragraph. Click HERE to learn how.


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