Jr. High Curriculum Map First Semester

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Teacher:

Rust




Grade Level or Course:
Computer Technology 8
th

grade


Year:

2009
-
2010


Jr. High Curriculum Map First Semester

*Bloom’s Taxonomy verbs, SLE

verbs, and Benchmark verbs with definitions are attached to the end of this map*


Month

Content
Standard/

Student
Learning
Expectations
(SLE)

(Power
Standards will
be bold
-
faced)

Essential
Questions/Objectives

(Student Friendly
Language)

Big Idea

(general
ly five to ten
words)

Task Analysis/

Skills (verbs
will be bold
-
faced)

Concepts (nouns

from SLE)/ Essential
Vocabulary

Activities

*Assessments

(asterisk)

Materials/

Resources

August/September















1.1 Discuss
the computer
and its uses in
today’s
society.











1.2 Describe
career
opportunities
involving
computers.




How can discussing the
computer and its uses in
today’s society help them
in the future?












How can discussing
career opportunities
involving computers help
students in th
e future?


Discuss the impact of
computer technology on
society.


Create a timeline showing
the evolution of
computers.


Compare categories of
computers.






Investigate computer
careers.


Analyze impact of
computers in future
careers.

Comprehends

ideas a
nd
concepts
related to
computer uses
in today’s
society.


Understands

technical
words that
pertain to
subject.



Explores

career
opportunities.



Handheld computer,
laptop computer,
mainframe computer,
personal computer, super
computer










Define ter
ms,

Answer
Questions,

Discussion,
Create a
timeline, *Unit
Test









Discussion

*Unit Test

Computer,
CT
Textbook













Computer,
CT
Textbook




Teacher:

Rust




Grade Level or Course:
Computer Technolo
gy 8
th

grade


Year:

2009
-
2010


Jr. High Curriculum Map First Semester

*Bloom’s Taxonomy verbs, SLE verbs, and Benchmark verbs with definitions are attached to the end of this map*


Month

Content
Stand
ard/

Student
Learning
Expectations
(SLE)

(Power
Standards will
be bold
-
faced)

Essential
Questions/Objectives

(Student Friendly
Language)

Big Idea

(generally five to ten
words)

Task Analysis/

Skills (verbs
will be bold
-
faced)

Concepts (nouns

from SLE)/ Esse
ntial
Vocabulary

Activities

*Assessments

(asterisk)

Materials/

Resources

September











1.3 Identify
computer
components








1.4 Explain
output/input
devices











Why do students need to
be able to identify
computer components?








What ar
e input and output
devices?

List the parts and
components of a
computer system.


Locate the motherboard
with the CPU, memory,
power supply,
expansion clots, ports,
and drives.


Identify input devices.


Identify output devices.

Comprehends
ideas and
concept
s








Comprehends
ideas and
concepts
related to
computer data.

Arithmetic Logic Unit
(ALU), Central Processing
Unit (CPU), computer
system, Control Unit,
Motherboard, parallel and
serial ports





Computer, input, input
devices, monitor, mouse,
output,

output device,
printer, hardware, icon,
desktop, peripherals, USB
port

Define terms,

Answer
Questions,

Discussion,
*Unit Test






Define terms,

Answer
Questions,

Discussion,
*Unit Test


Computer,
CT
Textbook








Computer,
CT
Textbook





Teacher:

Rus
t




Grade Level or Course:
Computer Technology 8
th

grade


Year:

2009
-
2010


Jr. High Curriculum Map First Semester

*Bloom’s Taxonomy verbs, SLE verbs, and
Benchmark verbs with definitions are attached to the end of this map*


Month

Content Standard/

Student Learning
Expectations (SLE)

(Power Standards will
be bold
-
faced)

Essential
Questions/Objectives

(Student Friendly
Language)

Big Idea

(generally five to t
en
words)

Task Analysis/

Skills (verbs
will be bold
-
faced)

Concepts (nouns

from SLE)/ Essential
Vocabulary

Activities

*Assessments

(asterisk)

Materials/

Resources

September

1.5 Discusses
random access
memory and read
only memory.




1.6 Explain how
data a
re
represented in a
computer.












How can knowledge of
types of memory help in
overall understanding of
computers?




How is data represented
in a computer?


Define RAM.


Define ROM.





Describe bits vs. bytes.


Describe binary number
system.

Compr
ehends
ideas and
concepts
related to
RAM and
ROM.


Uses
technical
words and
symbols.

Random Access Memory
(RAM), Read Only Memory
(ROM), main memory,





Binary number systems, bit,
byte, data,

Define terms,

Answer
Questions,

Discussion,
*Unit Test



De
fine terms,

Answer
Questions,

Discussion,
binary decoding
worksheet,
*Unit Test


Computer,
CT
Textbook





Computer,
CT
Textbook







Teacher:

Rust




Grade Level or Course:
Computer Technology 8
th

grade



Year:

2009
-
2010


Jr. High Curriculum Map First Semester

*Bloom’s Taxonomy verbs, SLE verbs, and Benchmark verbs with definitions are attached to the end of this map*


Month

Content Standard/

Student Lear
ning
Expectations (SLE)

(Power Standards will
be bold
-
faced)

Essential
Questions/Objectives

(Student Friendly
Language)

Big Idea

(generally five to ten
words)

Task
Analysis/

Skills (verbs
will be bold
-
faced)

Concepts (nouns

from SLE)/ Essential
Vocabulary

Activities

*Assessments

(asterisk)

Materials/

Resources

September

1.7 Explain storage
devices.












1.8 Explain basic
file management.









What are storage devices?











How can basic file
management keep
students organized?

Describe approp
riate
types of storage devices
and their uses.


Describe appropriate
ways to care for storage
devices.







Create files and folders.


Locate and retrieve a file
and folder.

Listens
to
and
follows
directions.











Sees
relationship
between two
or mo
re
ideas,
objects, or
situations.




Storage, optical storage
device












File, file management,
folder





Define terms,

Answer
Questions,

Discussion,
“How to Clean
Your Computer
and Keep it
Functioning in
Tip Top Shape”
Activity, *Unit
Test


Comp
uter,
CT
Textbook







Teacher:

Rust




Grade Level or Course:
Computer Technology 8
th

grade


Year:

2009
-
2010


Jr. High Curriculum Map First Semester

*Bl
oom’s Taxonomy verbs, SLE verbs, and Benchmark verbs with definitions are attached to the end of this map*


Month

Content Standard/

Student Learning
Expectations (SLE)

(Power Standards will
be bold
-
faced)

Essential
Questions/Objectives

(Student Friendly
La
nguage)

Big Idea

(generally five to ten
words)

Task Analysis/

Skills (verbs will
be bold
-
faced)

Concepts (nouns

from SLE)/ Essential
Vocabulary

Activities

*Assessments

(asterisk)

Materials/

Resources

September

2.1 Explain
operating system
software.




2.2

Explain
application
software.





2.3 Explain utility
software.










What is operating system
software?





What is application
software?






What is utility software?

Cite examples of
operating software.





Cite examples of
application software.






Cite examples of
utility software.

Comprehends
ideas and
concepts related
to operating
system software.


Comprehends
ideas and
concepts related
to application
software.



Comprehends
ideas and
concepts related
to utility
software.

Operating system soft
ware,
system software






Application software







Utility software

Define terms,

Answer
Questions,

Discussion,
*Unit Test


Define terms,

Answer
Questions,

Discussion,
*Unit Test



Define terms,

Answer
Questions,

Discussion,
*Unit Test

Computer,
CT
Text
book




Computer,
CT
Textbook





Computer,
CT
Textbook






Teacher:

Rust




Grade Level or Course:
Computer Technology 8
th

grade


Year:

2009
-
2010


Jr. H
igh Curriculum Map First Semester

*Bloom’s Taxonomy verbs, SLE verbs, and Benchmark verbs with definitions are attached to the end of this map*


Month

Content Standard/

Student Learning
Expectations (SLE)

(Power Standards will
be bold
-
faced)

Essential
Ques
tions/Objectives

(Student Friendly
Language)

Big Idea

(generally five to ten
words)

Task Analysis/

Skills (verbs
will be bold
-
faced)

Concepts (nouns

from SLE)/ Essential
Vocabulary

Activities

*Assessments

(asterisk)

Materials/

Resources

September







Se
ptember/
October

2.4 Explain network
operating system.






3.1 Explain word
-
processing software.












What are network
operating systems?





What is word
-
processing
software?

Cite examples of
network topologies.


Label a diagram of a
network topolog
y.



Define word
-
processing
software.


Label the parts of a
word processing
window.

Comprehends
ideas and
concepts
related to
network
topologies.


Comprehends
written
information
for main idea.

Local Area Network (LAN),
network, network operating
system,
topology, wide area
network (WAN)




Active/Open document,
menu bar, word processing,
status bar,

Define terms,

Answer
Questions,

Discussion,
*Unit Test



Define terms,

Answer
Questions,

Discussion,
Parts of the word
screen
worksheet, *Unit
Test


Compute
r,
CT
Textbook





Computer,
CT
Textbook









Teacher:

Rust




Grade Level or Course:
Computer Technology 8
th

grade


Year:

2009
-
2010


Jr. High Curricul
um Map First Semester

*Bloom’s Taxonomy verbs, SLE verbs, and Benchmark verbs with definitions are attached to the end of this map*


Month

Content Standard/

Student Learning
Expectations (SLE)

(Power Standards will
be bold
-
faced)

Essential
Questions/Object
ives

(Student Friendly
Language)

Big Idea

(generally five to ten
words)

Task Analysis/

Skills (verbs
will be bold
-
faced)

Concepts (nouns

from SLE)/ Essential
Vocabulary

Activities

*Assessments

(asterisk)

Materials/

Resources

September

3.2 Explain the
purp
ose, function,
and common
features of
commonly used
word
-
processing
programs.

















How can knowledge of
features and functions of
word
-
processing
programs aid in learning
feature software
programs?

Create and save a
document.


Retrieve, proofrea
d, edit,
and print documents.


Create a word
-
processing
document incorporating a
graphic.

Comprehends
ideas and
concepts
related to
word
-
processing.


Uses

equipment and
techniques to
create a
business
document.


Checks, edits,
and revises

document for
co
rrect
information,
appropriate
emphasis,
form, grammar
spelling, and
punctuation.

Save, save as, spell
checker, wordwrap, copy,
cursor, cut, editing,
formatting, clipart,
graphics, thesaurus,
template, paste, print,
print preview, font

Define terms,

Answer

Questions,

Discussion,
Teacher led step
-
by
-
step
instructions

Student projects

*Unit Test


Computer,
CT
Textbook






Teacher:

Rust




Grade Level or Course:
Computer Technology 8
th

grade



Year:

2009
-
2010


Jr. High Curriculum Map First Semester

*Bloom’s Taxonomy verbs, SLE verbs, and Benchmark verbs with definitions are attached to the end of this map*


Month

Content Standard/

Student Learning
Expectations
(SLE)

(Power Standards will
be bold
-
faced)

Essential
Questions/Objectives

(Student Friendly
Language)

Big Idea

(generally five to ten
words)

Task Analysis/

Skills (verbs will be
bold
-
faced)

Concepts (nouns

from SLE)/ Essential
Vocabulary

Activities

*Assess
ments

(asterisk)

Materials/

Resources

September

3.3 Identify desktop
publishing layout
and design
techniques.











3.4 Explain the
purpose, functions,
and common
features of
commonly used
desktop publishing
programs.






How can desktop
publishing l
ayout and
design techniques help
students in the future?











What is the purpose,
functions, and features of
desktop publishing
programs?

Design a layout for a
desktop publication.













Create a desktop
publication incorporating
graphics, text
, color, and
lines.


Retrieve, edit, format, and
print a desktop
publication.

Comprehends
ideas and concepts
related to desktop
publishing.


Organizes

information in
appropriate format.







Creates

new
design by applying
specified criteria.

Desktop publ
ishing,
landscape orientation,
portrait orientation

Define terms,

Answer
Questions,

Discussion,
Teacher led step
-
by
-
step
instructions

Student projects

*Unit Test






Define terms,

Answer
Questions,

Discussion,
Teacher led step
-
by
-
step
instructions

Student

projects

*Unit Test


Computer,
CT
Textbook












Computer,
CT
Textbook





Month

Content Standard/

Student Learning
Expectations (SLE)

(Power Standards will
be bold
-
faced)

Essential
Questions/Objectives

(Student Friendly
Language)

Big Idea

(generall
y five to ten
words)

Task Analysis/

Skills (verbs will
be bold
-
faced)

Concepts (nouns

from SLE)/ Essential
Vocabulary

Activities

*Assessments

(asterisk)

Materials/

Resources


September
































4.1 Explain
presentation
graphic software










4.2 Explain
purpose,
functions, and
common features
of commonly used
presentation
programs














What is presentation
graphic software?











How is the purpose,
functions, and common
features of common
used presentations
programs different?
















List advantages of
using visuals in a
presentation

List environments for
graphic presentations








Create and print an
electronic presentation
using available
software

Display/Explain
presentation to peers

Critique presentations














Comprehends

ideas and
concepts

Applies

information
and concepts
der
ived from
printed
materials




Analyzes

and
applies what
has been read
to specific task

Uses

imagination to
create
something new

Develops

visual aids to
create audience
interest

Prepares

presentation
based on
subject
research,
interviews,
surveys


Animation

Audience handouts

C
ustom animation

Design template

Electronic
presentation

Presentation
graphics program

Slides

Speaker notes

Transitions


Animation

Audience handouts

Custom animation

Design template

Electronic
presentation

Presentation
graphics program

Slides

Speaker notes

Transitions










De
fine terms

Answer
questions

Discussion

Teacher Led
Step by Step
Instructions

Student
Projects




Teacher Led
Step by Step
Instructions

Student
Projects

**End of
Unit Project














Computer
Concepts
BASICS
Textbook

Office
2003
BASICS
Textbook






Computer
Concepts
BASICS
Textbook

Office 2003
BASICS
Textbook














October










































5.1 Explain
spreadsheet
s










5.2 Explain the
purpose, function,
common features
of commonly used
spreadsheets














6.1 Explain
Databases







What are spreadsheets?











What are the commonly
used features of a
spreadsheet?
















What are databases?










Define spreadsheets

Label the parts of a
spreadsheet









Apply basic
spreadsheet features
and functions to
produce a document

Create and save a
spreadsheet document

Retrieve, edit, format,
and print a spreadsheet
document










Define database

Lab
el parts of a
database window








Compreh
ends

main ideas
from written
information

Comprehends

ideas and
concepts
related to
spreadsheets



Uses

equipment and
techniques to
create a
spreadsheet
document

Comprehends

ideas and
concepts
related to
spreadsheets

Sees

relationship
between two or
more id
eas,
objects, or
situations


Comprehends

main ideas
from written
information

Comprehends

ideas and
concepts
related to
databases


Active cell

Cell

Cell address

Columns

Formulas

Formulas bar

Function

Label

Row

Spreadsheet


Active cell

Cell

Cell address

Columns

Formulas

Formulas bar

Function

Label

Row

Spreadsheet









Ascending sort

Database

Descending sort

Fie
ld

Form

Record

Sort

Table



Define terms

Answer
questions

Discussion








Discussion

Teacher L
ed
Step by Step
Instructions

Student
Projects













Define terms

Answer
questions

Discussion







Computer
Concepts
BASICS
Textbook

Office 2003
BASIC
S
Textbook





Office 2003
BASICS
Textbook
















Computer
Concepts
BASICS
Textbook

Office 2003

BASICS
Textbook














November
































6.2 Explain the
purpose, function,
and features of
commonly used
databases









7.1 Explain the
Internet, World
Wide
Web, e
-
mail,
and their uses














7.2 Discuss the
role of Internet
service providers




Ho
w are databases
used?











What are the Internet,
World Wide Web, e
-
mail, and their uses?



















Why do Internet service
providers exist?





Apply basic database
features to produce
simple records

Create and save a
database file

Enter records into a
table

Sort and display
specific data in
ascending and
descending order


List ways to connect to
the Internet

D
escribe common uses
of the Internet

Copy and save text,
Web Pages, and images
from the Internet

Evaluate web sites

Discuss connection
between Internet,
World Wide Web, and
e
-
mail










Cite examples of
Internet service
providers




Records

data

Organizes
information in
an appropriate
format

Sees

relationship
between two or
more ideas,
objects, or
situation
s


Comprehends

ideas and
concepts
related to the
Internet,
WWW, e
-
mail,
and networks















Comprehends

ideas and
concepts
related to
Internet service

Ascending sort

Database

Descending sort

Field

Form

Record

Sort

Table





Acceptable use
policy

Address bar

Attachment

Bookmark/Favorite

Browser

Browser history

Cookies

Domain name

Download

Electronic mail

Emoticon

Home page

Hype
rlinks

Hypertext markup
language

Internet

Internet service
provider

Keywords

Search engine

Toolbar

Universal resource
locator

Web site

World wide web


Discussion

Teacher Led
Step by Step
Instructions

Student
Projects







Define terms

Answer
questions

Discussion


















Define terms

Answer
q
uestions

Discussion



Office 2003
BASICS
Textbook










Computer
Concepts
BASICS
Textbook

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BASICS
Textbook















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Concepts
BASICS
Textbook

Office 2003












December



7.3 Describe
browser programs












8.1 Discuss the use
and purpose of
Web pages










8.2 Explain Web
Pages




How do browser
programs work?












What is the purpose of
Web pages?










How are web p
ages
built?



Demonstrate address
and menu bar options
on your browser
software program

Collect a list of Internet
sites

Use different search
engines to find
information

Access and explore
available Web sites on
the Internet


Access and explore
available web pages

Research web pages
uses








Plan a web page

Create and save a web
page

Add headings, bold and
italicized text, lists,
hyperlinks, graphics,
and background

Retrieve
, edit, format,
and print a Web page
document



providers


Comprehends

ideas and
concepts
related to
browsers

Uses available
resources to
apply ne
w
skills





Comprehends

ideas and
concepts
related to
browsers

See

relationship
between two or
more ideas



Listens

to and
follows
directions

Applies
/
uses

technical words
and concepts

Uses

imagination to
create
something new

















Body

Head

Headings

List

Title

Web Page






Body

Head

Headings

List

Title

Web Page







Define terms

Answer
questions

Discussion

Internet
Research








Define terms

Discussion

Teacher Led
Step by Step
Instructions







Discussion

Teacher Led
Step by Step
Instructions










BASICS
Textbook

Computer
Concepts
BASICS











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BASICS
Textboo
k









Office 2003
BASICS
Textbook