The objectives specify the purposes of the lesson so that students have a clear idea of the skills that they are going to master. The objective of each lesson is presented in its own special section, and each lesson follows a coherent structure. The objectives let students grasp key information and be prepared to learn.
For each objective, the lesson provides easy-to-read information focused on the techniques to be learned.
Screen shot representations provide visual feedback while students follow the lesson. The images reinforce key concepts, give visual indications about the necessary steps, and provide a point of comparison to judge progress.
Students can use the short answer questions in the Quiz to reinforce learning and the key concepts of the lesson.
Represent a deepening of the practical skills developed during the chapter.
These are projects that, by applying the new acquired concepts and skills, offer students the opportunity to test their skill, mastery and understanding about the topics studied. To complete the Verification Exercises, you will use some files your teacher already prepared for the course before your arrival or will ask you to copy at your workstation. Otherwise, you can to work with these files at home or at work, they can be copied after the lesson.
The glossary contains terms that may be unfamiliar to the student.
|Courseware||Language: English||Language: Arabic|
|Pages||Student files||Pages||Student files|
|IC3 GS3 - Internet & Computing Core Certification||496||download||469||download|
|Module 1: Computing Fundamentals
(Using Microsoft Windows 7)
|Module 2: Key Applications
(Using Microsoft Office 2010)
|Module 3: Living Online
(Using Microsoft Windows 7 & Internet Explorer 9.0 )
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