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Short term plan

Long term plan unit:

Unit 10.1A. Computer Systems

School:

Data:

Teacher’s name:

Class: 10

The number of attendees:

absentees:

Lesson theme

Software Classification

 

 

Learning objectives that are achieved in this lesson (Subject Programme ref)

10.1.2.1 classify application software according to types, to methods of distribution 

 

Lesson objectives

present the classification of application software by type;

present the classification of application software by the method of distribution

Success criteria

Learners can:

ü name the types of application software and gives examples;

ü explain how to distribute application software and provides examples of programs

Language objectives

 

Students explain the classification of software by type and method of distribution, list the advantages and disadvantages of different operating systems.

Vocabulary and terminology specific to the subject:

System software, application software, Shareware, Trial, Adware, Donationware, Careware, Demo, Cardware, Operating system.

Useful expressions for conversations and writing:

The type of software can be divided ..., According to the way software is divided into ..., The advantage of the Windows operating system (Linux, Mac) is ..., The disadvantage of the Windows operating system (Linux, Mac) is ...

Cultivating values

 

 

Activities are carried out through group work in the classroom, the organization of problem situations. The inculcation of values is carried out through group work for the education of enterprising, active, creative individuals, also through cooperation through the implementation of pair work.

Cross curricular links

Mathematics, economics, special sciences

Prior knowledge

 

7-9 grades knowledge on Peripheral devices

During the classes

Planned stages of the lesson

Planned activities in the classroom

Resources

Beginning of the lesson

5 mins

 

At the beginning of the lesson, the teacher invites students to name programs they know and use.

The teacher writes these names on the blackboard.

The teacher can add his / her programs to the suggested list to cover all types of programs.

The teacher draws attention to the fact that there are a huge number of programs and brings them to the idea of the need to classify software.

Thus, the students come to the lesson.

And with the help of the teacher, the lesson objectives are formulated.

Ppt Slides (1-2)

Middle of the lesson

5 – 15 mins

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

15 – 30 min

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

30-35 min

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The teacher asks the students to offer signs on which all the listed programs can be divided into two groups. With the help of the teacher, students should divide all programs into system and applied ones.

Students write in the notebook definition:

Application software - programs designed to perform certain tasks and designed for direct interaction with the user.

System software is a set of programs that provide control of computer system components, such as a processor, RAM, I / O devices, network equipment, acting as an “interlayer interface”, on the one hand which is hardware, and on the other hand, user applications. Unlike application software, the system does not solve specific practical problems, but only ensures the operation of other programs, providing them with service functions.

Further, the teacher explains that the application software in turn is divided into 3 types:

General purpose, special purpose and customized.

General-purpose application software is used to solve the most common information problems in any sphere of human activity.

Special-purpose application software solves narrower problems as well as tasks of a professional nature in various subject areas.

 

Custom software written to meet specific user requirements.

The teacher invites students to give examples of programs for special and general purposes, as well as examples of specific tasks for which special software is required.

The teacher asks students the following question:

On what grounds can you still divide these programs into groups? A division by distribution method is proposed:

The teacher gives a description of each type of program:

Shareware is a shareware program; after a certain period of time, you must pay for it (WinRAR, for example)

Trial - the program has a limited duration of work, as a rule - 30 days, may be limited in functionality.

Adware is a free program with obligatory additional modules, as a rule, of an advertising nature, not related to the program itself.

Donationware (from English donation - “donation”) - the user is supplied with full-featured software and is offered to donate to the developer voluntarily. The amount of the donation can be fixed or set by the user on the basis of his individual perception of the value of the product.

Careware (from the English. Care - care), a synonym for - “chaaritywware”. The author of this kind of shareware offers consumers to make a charitable contribution to a particular public fund. An example of such software is the Vim text editor. A portion of the money donated for its development and support is spent on helping the victims of AIDS in Uganda.

Demo - the version of the program has limitations in functionality, as a rule, reducing the number of functions or the number of users; sometimes restrictions make it impossible to use such a version.

Crippleware is commercial software with deliberately reduced functionality to attract potential buyers of the full version (the same as Demo).

Cardware is a freeware program, the author of which asks the user to send him a postcard, a modification - Emailware (please send E-Mail). Sometimes the program was distributed in a trial mode, and only after the author received a postcard (E-Mail), the user could take full advantage of the program.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ppt Slide (3)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ppt Slide (4-6)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ppt slide (7)

End of the lesson

35 – 40 min

 

At the end of the lesson, students conduct a reflection:

- that I learned what I learned

- what remained unclear

- what is necessary to work

Application 1

PPT (Slide 8)

Differentiation - how do you plan to provide more support? What tasks do you plan to put before more able learners?

Evaluation - how do you plan to check the level of mastering the material by learners?

Health and safety practices


Differentiation can be expressed in the selection of tasks, in the expected result from a particular student, in providing individual support to the student, in selecting the educational material and resources, taking into account the individual abilities of the students (Theory of Multiple Intelligence by Gardner). Differentiation can be used at any stage of the lesson, taking into account the rational use of time.

Use this section to record the methods that you will use to assess what students have learned during the lesson.

Health-saving technologies.

Used body and physical exercises.

Points applied from the Safety Rules in this lesson.

Reflection on the lesson

 

Were the goals of lesson/ learning objectives realistic?

Have all the students reached the LO?

If not, why?

Is the differentiation done correctly in the lesson?

Were the time stages of the lesson sustained?

What were the deviations from the lesson plan and why?

Use this section to reflect on the lesson. Answer the most important questions about your lesson from the left column.

 

Overall assessment

 

 

What two aspects of the lesson went well (think about both teaching and learning)?

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2:

 

What could help improve the lesson (think about both teaching and learning)?

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2:

 

What I found during the lesson related to the class or the achievements / difficulties of individual students, what should I look for in subsequent lessons?

 


 

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Short term plan Long term plan unit:

Short term plan Long term plan unit:

Middle of the lesson 5 – 15 mins 15 – 30 min 30-35 min

Middle of the lesson 5 – 15 mins 15 – 30 min 30-35 min

The teacher asks the students to offer signs on which all the listed programs can be divided into two groups

The teacher asks the students to offer signs on which all the listed programs can be divided into two groups

Reflection on the lesson Were the goals of lesson/ learning objectives realistic?

Reflection on the lesson Were the goals of lesson/ learning objectives realistic?
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