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1 Unit Integrated Applications Unit Tech Talk: Emerging Technologies Trends in Technology (pg. 356–357) Use Technology Responsibly (pg. 358–359) Technology and Accessibility (pg. 360–361) Projects Project 1: Create a Cell Phone Advertisement (pg. 363–381) Project 1: Create a Cell Phone Advertisement (pg. 363–381) Project 2: Create a Newsletter About Spam (pg. 382–399) Project 3: Create a Presentation: Emerging Technologies (pg. 400–416) Project 3: Create a Presentation: Emerging Technologies (pg. 400–416) Real World Projects Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Starting with You What types of technology do you think you will be using in the future? To find out more, go to the Online Learning Center at glencoe.com. Choose e-Quizzes, and take the Unit 8 Pre-Quiz.glencoe.com

2 Unit Presentation Before You Read Find a partner to work with. Before you read a unit, look over the section headings and the Key Concepts objectives to identify the concepts in that unit. Ask each other questions about these topics. What do you know about the topics? What would you like to know? As you read, look for these answers to your questions. Study with a Buddy pg. 356

3 Unit Integrated Applications Emerging Technologies To identify current trends in technology How to use technology responsibly Why access to technology is important You Will Learn Key Terms integrated device obsolete electronic waste accessibility pg. 356–362 Academic Vocabulary trend benefit minimize role

4 Unit Integrated Applications Emerging Technologies integrated devices Advances in technology seem to happen almost daily! The trend in technology today is toward integrated devices. For example, you can buy a single device that integrates: Phone Digital camera PDA What Does The Future Hold? Examples of emerging technologies are: Robots Wireless networks Virtual reality trend A tendency. (pg. 356) integrated device Device that performs more than one function. (pg. 356) benefit An advantage. (pg. 357) Trends in Technology pg. 356–357

5 Unit Integrated Applications Identify Match the emerging technology on the left with what it does (today). Trends in Technology Emerging Technologies 1. robot 2. wireless network 3. virtual reality The correct answers are 1. robot / B. automates tasks in factories 2. wireless network / C. connects computers to the Internet 3. virtual reality / A. simulates an actual situation A. simulates an actual situation B. automates tasks in factories C. connects computers to the Internet pg. 357

6 Unit Integrated Applications Emerging Technologies Why Are Ethics Important? People have a responsibility to use technology wisely and ethically. People should: Work toward helpful, not harmful, purposes Stay up to date about viruses, hackers, and other risks electronic waste obsolete Minimize the electronic waste of obsolete equipment Use Technology Responsibly pg. 358–359 electronic waste Computers, monitors, and other obsolete equipment that are thrown away. (pg. 359) obsolete No longer useful. (pg. 359) minimize To reduce. (pg. 359)

7 Unit Integrated Applications Emerging Technologies How Does Technology Affect the Environment? You can control the environmental impact of your own technology use if you: Reuse and recycle paper and ink cartridges Donate used equipment to a charity or recycling program Dispose of used equipment safely Use Technology Responsibly pg. 358–359

8 Unit Integrated Applications Describe When you use technology, how can you minimize your impact on the environment? Give two examples. Use Technology Responsibly Emerging Technologies Possible answers include: Reuse and recycle printer paper. Reuse and recycle ink cartridges. Donate used equipment to charity. Donate used equipment to a recycling program. Dispose of used equipment safely. pg. 359

9 Unit Integrated Applications Emerging Technologies How Does Accessibility Make a Difference? accessibility Technology plays a big role in how we work, communicate, and play. Not everyone has accessibility to computers and the benefits they offer. More and more people, however, are able to access computers due to improvements in: Affordability - the cost of computers keeps going down Wireless technology – users can connect to their computers and the Internet without wires Public access - computers are available in many places Education - people can teach each other about technology Technology and Accessibility pg. 360–361 accessibility The degree to which something is easily available. (pg. 360) role A part. (pg. 360)

10 Unit Integrated Applications Emerging Technologies How Does Technology Help People with Special Needs? Technology and Accessibility pg. 360–361 ChallengeSolutionWhat It Does Hearing impairment VideophoneAllows you to see callers and use sign language Sight impairmentSynthetic-speech software Can read text and enter text into a computer Mobility challenges Hands-free mouse Allows you to control a computer using head movements Learning disabilities Reading penCan scan text and read words aloud Accessibility Learn more about how technology can help people with disabilities and special needs. Go to the Online Learning Center at glencoe.com. Choose Tech Talk Activities, then Unit 8.

11 Unit Integrated Applications Emerging Technologies The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), for example, requires that government Web sites have features such as: Voice activation Text magnification Technology and Accessibility pg. 360–361

12 Unit Integrated Applications Emerging Technologies Tech Talk Assessment pg. 362 Describe Explain two technologies that help people with special needs. Possible answers include: Videophones allow hearing-impaired people to see callers and use sign language. Synthetic-speech software can help sight-impaired people to read text and enter text into a computer. A hands-free mouse allows mobility-challenged users to control their computers through head movements. A special reading pen can scan text and read words aloud to people with learning disabilities.

13 Unit Integrated Applications Emerging Technologies Tech Talk Assessment pg. 362 Make Predictions In the future, how might robots be used around the house? Possible answers include: To cook To clean To care for people To play music To play games Self-Check Assess your understanding of what you have just read. Go to the Online Learning center at glencoe.com. Choose e-quizzes, and take the Unit 8 Tech Talk Quiz.

14 Unit Presentation After You Read Imagine that you and a partner have invented a brand new technology that will revolutionize the way students deposit funds into their lunch accounts and how they can use those funds in the school cafeteria. Work with a partner to answer the following questions. Will your technology be integrated? How so? What is the lifespan of your technology? What considerations for responsible use of the technology will you need to make? Will your invention negatively impact the environment? How will you ensure accessibility for your technology? Emerging Technologies pg. 362

15 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Cell Phone Advertisement Exercise 1-1 Research emerging cell phone technology Exercise 1-2 Create and size a text box Format a text box Exercise 1-3 Use the ruler to modify bullets and margins Exercise 1-4 Insert and modify clip art Contents pg. 363–381 Key Terms text box group logo 1 1

16 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Cell Phone Advertisement Exercise 1-5 Use Drawing Tools to create a logo Exercise 1-6 Add layers to a text box Contents pg

17 Unit Integrated Applications Why It Matters 1 1 Create a Cell Phone Advertisement Why is it important for me to learn how to work with multiple applications? While there are software applications that have many capabilities, each application usually has a specific function. However, there are many situations in the real world where you will need to combine these functions and applications to present a body of information. Conducting research and creating presentations are just two of many examples of the need for working with integrated applications. Whether you are using Microsoft Office applications for work, school, or as a hobby, knowing how to use them together will greatly increase the ease with which you use the applications as well as the level of sophistication of the products you create with them.

18 Unit Integrated Applications 1 1 Create a Cell Phone Advertisement Microsoft Office Tools After you learn how to use a tool in one Microsoft Office application, the same tool usually works the same way in other Office applications. This makes it easy to use different programs to create a single project. In this project, you will learn how to use the following tools in Microsoft Word and also be able to use them in other Microsoft Office applications: Create, size, and format a text box Use the ruler to modify bullets and margins Insert and modify clip art Use Drawing Tools Add layers to a text box

19 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Cell Phone Advertisement pg. 364 Exercise 1-1 Use Internet Explorer to Research New Technologies In this exercise, you will use your Web browser and a search engine to research emerging cell phone technologies. 1 1 Microsoft Internet Explorer APPLICATIONS USED

20 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Cell Phone Advertisement pg. 364 Exercise 1-1 Use Internet Explorer to Research New Technologies Every day you may see or hear advertisements for cell phones and their features. You can use the Internet to find information about cell phone technology that is: Current Developing 1 1 Microsoft Internet Explorer APPLICATIONS USED

21 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Cell Phone Advertisement pg. 365–367 Exercise 1-2 Create and Format a Text Box In this exercise, you will begin creating your cell phone advertisement using your research from the previous exercise. You will use Microsoft Word to create a text box and write about your phones features. A printed advertisement usually contains: Text – to explain the product or service Graphics – to add visual interest Slogan – to help people remember the product or service 1 1 Microsoft Word APPLICATIONS USED

22 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Cell Phone Advertisement pg. 365–367 Exercise 1-2 Create and Format a Text Box text box If you use Microsoft Word to create an ad, you can place the text in a text box. This allows more flexibility as you can customize a text box by changing: Size Position Color Lines 1 1 text box A moveable box that lets you place text anywhere on the page. (pg. 365)

23 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Cell Phone Advertisement pg. 368–369 Exercise 1-3 Modify Bullets and Margins In this exercise, you will use the ruler to modify the alignment of bullets. 1 1 Microsoft Word APPLICATIONS USED

24 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Cell Phone Advertisement pg. 368–369 Exercise 1-3 Modify Bullets and Margins When you add bullets to a Word document, the Horizontal Ruler automatically makes sure the bullets align. You can adjust markers on the Horizontal Ruler to change the format of a bulleted list: 1 1 Microsoft Word APPLICATIONS USED MarkerWhat It Specifies First Line IndentWhere the bullet is positioned Tab StopWhere the first line of text starts after the bullet Right IndentWhere text wraps at the end of a line Hanging IndentWhere the second line of text in a bulleted item begins

25 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Cell Phone Advertisement pg. 370–372 Exercise 1-4 Insert Clip Art In this exercise, you will insert clip art into your advertisement and change its appearance using the group and ungroup tools. Graphics, such as clip art, can make an ad more interesting. When you insert clip art in a Word document: Make sure a text box is not selected Adjust the clip arts appearance to fit your needs. group Using Words Drawing Tools, you can group objects and then make changes to them all at once. (You can ungroup the items afterwards.) 1 1 group To combine separate selected objects into a single object. (pg. 370) Microsoft Word APPLICATIONS USED 8A Cell Phone DATA FILE USED

26 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Cell Phone Advertisement pg. 373–375 Exercise 1-5 Create a Logo with Drawing Tools In this exercise, you will use Words Drawing Tools to create a logo for your companys Future Phones. logo A company might use a logo to serve as a visual reminder of its products and services. A logo usually combines: Text Graphics In Word, you may create a logo using WordArt, which lets you easily combine: Text Drawing elements 1 1 Microsoft Word APPLICATIONS USED logo A graphic design that is often used to serve as a visual reminder of a company and its services. (pg. 373)

27 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Cell Phone Advertisement pg. 376–378 Exercise 1-6 Add Layers to a Text Box In this exercise, you will add another text box to your cell phone advertisement and format text within it. In Word, a text box allows you to: Place text anywhere on the page Layer text boxes over other text boxes Be careful not to use too many text boxes. Keep the design: Simple Easy to read 1 1 Microsoft Word APPLICATIONS USED

28 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Cell Phone Advertisement, pg. 363–381 Project Assessment Identify Which of the following markers on the Horizontal Ruler in Microsoft Word lets you specify where the second line of text in a bulleted item begins? A. first line indent B. tab stop C. right indent D. hanging indent The correct answer is: D. hanging indent 1 1 Independent Practice Use the rubrics for these projects to help create and evaluate your work. Go to the Online Learning Center at glencoe.com. Choose Rubrics, then Unit 8. glencoe.com

29 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Cell Phone Advertisement, pg. 363–381 Project Assessment Define What does it mean to group items in Microsoft Word? In Word, group means to select items and attach them together so you can move them, resize them, or change their appearance all at once. 1 1

30 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Cell Phone Advertisement, pg. 363–381 Project Assessment Explain What is the purpose of using a text box in a Microsoft Word document, rather than just keying text? Possible answers include: You can use a text box to place text anywhere on a page. You have a variety of formatting options for a text box, including size, color, and lines. You can layer text boxes over other text boxes, which allows flexibility in laying out a page. 1 1

31 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Newsletter About Spam Exercise 2-1 Find information on a Web site Exercise 2-2 Create columns with a break in a Word document Insert clip art Exercise 2-3 Change text direction Use layered text boxes Exercise 2-4 Create an Excel spreadsheet and chart pg. 382–399 Key Terms fraud cybercrime linking 2 2

32 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Newsletter About Spam Exercise 2-5 Link text boxes Insert an Excel chart Insert page numbers pg. 382–

33 Unit Integrated Applications Why It Matters 2 2 Why is it important for me to create a newsletter about spam? In this project, you will combine many skills that you have been developing throughout the units of this textbook. You will also learn how to use three applications together in order to create an organized and professional document. You will use an Internet browser to do research. You will use Excel to create a spreadsheet and a chart. You will learn how to use some of Words special features and combine your application skills in a newsletter that showcases your research and communication skills. Create a Newsletter About Spam

34 Unit Integrated Applications 2 2 Create a Newsletter About Spam Using Integrated Applications After you have learned how to use Microsoft Offices integrated applications, you can make the most of your research and communication skills by creating sophisticated and professional looking documents.

35 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Newsletter About Spam pg. 383–384 Exercise 2-1 Research Spam In this exercise, you will search the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Web site to research various issues regarding spam. You will use the Find command to help you in your search. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is a government agency that investigates crimes such as: fraud Mail fraud Internet fraud cybercrime Internet fraud is a cybercrime that includes false or misleading spam. As you learned in Unit 3, spam is sent in bulk to many peoples accounts at once. 2 2 fraud A deliberate attempt to trick people into giving money or information. (pg. 383) cybercrime A crime that is committed with the help of a computer. (pg. 383)

36 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Newsletter About Spam pg. 385–387 Exercise 2-2 Work with Columns In this exercise, you will write an article about spam and then begin to format it as a newsletter. Publications that use columns to organize text and graphics include: Newspapers Magazines Books Newsletters 2 2 Microsoft Word APPLICATIONS USED 8C Spam Article 8D Spam Clip Art DATA FILES USED

37 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Newsletter About Spam pg. 388–390 Exercise 2-3 Create a Masthead In this exercise, you will use text boxes and Words tools to create a professional-looking newsletter title. You will also add color to the title to make it stand out from the rest of the newsletter. A table of contents lets readers know what is in your newsletter. You may recall from Unit 4 that a masthead: Serves as the title of a newsletter Usually (but not always) appears at the top of the page Stands out from the rest of the text by its formatting Should grab the readers attention 2 2 Microsoft Word APPLICATIONS USED

38 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Newsletter About Spam pg. 388–390 Exercise 2-3 Create a Masthead A table of contents near the masthead lets readers know: What information is in the newsletter Where to find information in the newsletter 2 2

39 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Newsletter About Spam pg. 391–393 Exercise 2-4 Create a Chart in Excel In this exercise, you will create a spreadsheet that shows the sources of Internet fraud. You will then use the information from the spreadsheet to create a pie chart. Internet fraud can take place through: Web sites Chat rooms 2 2 Microsoft Excel APPLICATIONS USED 8D Fraud Data DATA FILE USED

40 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Newsletter About Spam pg. 391–393 Exercise 2-4 Create a Chart in Excel Internet fraud may actually begin with a phone call or other communication. The Internet allows criminals to: Hide their identity Reach a large number of potential victims quickly and easily 2 2

41 Unit Integrated Applications linking The process of connecting text boxes so that when one box is filled, the text continues into the linked box. (pg. 394) Create a Newsletter About Spam pg. 394–396 Exercise 2-5 Create Linked Text Boxes In this exercise, you will continue your newsletter by adding a second article using linked text boxes. The chart you created in the previous exercise will then be inserted into this article. Finally, you will insert page numbers into the newsletter. linking By linking text boxes in a Word document, you can create an effect similar to columns. Using linked text boxes, you can: Continue an article from one column to the next Make text flow from a text box on one page to a text box on another page in a document 2 2 Microsoft Word APPLICATIONS USED 8E Spam Article DATA FILE USED

42 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Newsletter About Spam Project Assessment Describe What is the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and how does it help Internet users? The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is a consumer protection agency of the federal government that works to prevent unfair or deceptive acts or practices that harm consumers. The FTC investigates Internet fraud, thereby making Internet users safer from criminals who use the Internet to try to trick people into giving money or information. 2 2 Independent Practice Use the rubrics for these projects to help create and evaluate your work. Go to the Online Learning Center at glencoe.com. Choose Rubrics, then Unit 8. glencoe.com

43 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Newsletter About Spam Project Assessment Identify What aspects of the Internet do criminals use to their advantage? Possible answers include: Criminals use the Internets anonymity to hide their identity. Criminals use the Internets vast network to reach a large number of potential victims quickly and easily. 2 2

44 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Newsletter About Spam Project Assessment Explain What is linking, with reference to text boxes in a Microsoft Word document? How can linking be used? Linking is the process of connecting text boxes so that when one box is filled, the text continues into the linked box. Linking text boxes can be used to: Continue an article from one column to the next Make text flow from a text box on one page to a text box on another page in a document 2 2

45 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Presentation: Emerging Technologies Exercise 3-1 Use a search engine for research Exercise 3-2 Create an outline in Word Exercise 3-3 Use a Word outline to create a presentation Exercise 3-4 Create a chart in Excel pg. 400–416 Key Terms Outline View 3 3

46 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Presentation: Emerging Technologies Exercise 3-5 Insert a chart and graphics into a presentation Exercise 3-6 Add animation and sound to a presentation Exercise 3-7 Add speaker notes and edit a presentation pg. 400–

47 Unit Integrated Applications Why It Matters 3 3 Why is it important for me to learn about emerging technologies? Just 50 years ago, scientists and inventors envisioned future technologies like homes that can talk to you and robots that help you with household chores. Many people never thought that these things could be developed, and yet today they are a reality. There are smart homes and robots that vacuum floors. As more households are becoming two-income families and people are working more and longer hours, these emerging technologies might become a reality in our every day lives. How can you learn about these technologies and share the information with others? Create a Presentation: Emerging Technologies

48 Unit Integrated Applications 3 3 Research New Technologies Create a Presentation: Emerging Technologies After you brainstorm a research plan that includes keywords you will use to search Google, you will want to share that information with classmates and others. Because the information you will find is exciting and new, you will want your presentation to be just as exciting. The best way to showcase the information and demonstrate through the use of data, video, graphics, and or sound is by creating an integrated presentation in PowerPoint that makes use of features in Excel and Word that will organize your information and keep your audiences attention.

49 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Presentation: Emerging Technologies pg. 401 Exercise 3-1 Research New Technologies In this exercise, you will use your Web browser to search the Internet for information about the latest advances in home technology. You will later use this information to create a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation. An Internet search can produce an overwhelming number of results. If this happens, you should: Briefly read the summary details of the first 10 to 15 results to find suitable sites Consider using advanced search options 3 3 Microsoft Internet Explorer APPLICATIONS USED

50 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Presentation: Emerging Technologies pg. 402–403 Exercise 3-2 Create an Outline in Word In this exercise, you will learn to use Words Outline View to format your document into an outline. In the next exercise, you will see how this Word outline can be imported into PowerPoint to create the content of a presentation quickly. You can use an outline to organize topics for: Reports Papers Presentations Other assignments 3 3 Microsoft Word APPLICATIONS USED 8I Future Home Outline DATA FILE USED

51 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Presentation: Emerging Technologies pg. 402–403 Exercise 3-2 Create an Outline in Word Outline View In Words Outline View, you can enter text at different levels, just as in an outline. In an outline: More important items are at a higher level Supporting items are at a lower level 3 3 Outline View A view in Microsoft Word that lets you organize a document into headings and body text so that you can easily see how the document is structured. (pg. 402)

52 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Presentation: Emerging Technologies pg. 404–405 Exercise 3-3 Create a Presentation from an Outline In this exercise, you will use and modify the outline you created in the previous exercise to create an informative presentation. Each main outline topic will become its own slide in PowerPoint and each subtopic will become a bulleted list. Microsoft PowerPoint can convert a Word outline into a presentation. Creating a presentation this way can help you: Effectively organize your ideas Quickly create the skeleton of a presentation 3 3 Microsoft PowerPoint APPLICATIONS USED

53 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Presentation: Emerging Technologies pg. 406–407 Exercise 3-4 Create a Chart for Your Presentation In this exercise, you will create a spreadsheet about household robots. You will create a spreadsheet based on an annual United Nations report on the use of robots, and then use the spreadsheet to create a graph to enhance your presentation. In a presentation, charts and graphs can communicate information to an audience: Easily Efficiently 3 3 Microsoft Excel APPLICATIONS USED

54 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Presentation: Emerging Technologies pg. 406–407 Exercise 3-4 Create a Chart for Your Presentation In Microsoft Excel, you can create a chart and specify its features, such as: Type of chart (for example, column, bar, line, or pie) Data labels Legend Border Fill Font, style, size, and color 3 3

55 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Presentation: Emerging Technologies pg. 408–409 Exercise 3-5 Insert an Excel Chart and Clip Art In this exercise, you will add clip art and the Excel chart you created in the previous exercise to enhance your presentation. A slide show presentation should: Clearly communicate your ideas Capture your audiences interest 3 3 8J – 8L Future Home Clip Art DATA FILE USED Microsoft PowerPoint APPLICATIONS USED

56 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Presentation: Emerging Technologies pg. 408–409 Exercise 3-5 Insert an Excel Chart and Clip Art To explain your topic, you may include relevant: Images Sounds Animation Video Avoid cluttering a slide with too many images. 3 3

57 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Presentation: Emerging Technologies pg. 410–411 Exercise 3-6 Add Animation and Sound In this exercise, you will use the Slide Master to add animated elements to all your slides. You will also add sound. Remember these guidelines when adding sounds and animation to a slide show presentation: Sounds and animation can make a presentation more appealing, but they can also be distracting. Consider your audience. Sounds and animation should support the purpose of your presentation. 3 3 Microsoft PowerPoint APPLICATIONS USED

58 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Presentation: Emerging Technologies pg. 412–413 Exercise 3-7 Add Transitions and Speaker Notes In this exercise, you will use the Slide Sorter View to change the order of your slides and to add transitions to your presentation. You will also add speaker notes based on your research notes. Before you deliver a PowerPoint presentation, you may want to: Use the Slide Sorter View to make any final changes Add transitions between slides Add speaker notes so that you are prepared to discuss the information on each slide 3 3 Microsoft PowerPoint APPLICATIONS USED

59 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Presentation: Emerging Technologies, pg. 400–416 Project Assessment Identify and Explain What shows the organization of a presentation? A. Chart wizard B. Outline View C. Clip art D. Slide Sorter View The correct answer is: B. Outline View The Outline View of Microsoft Word shows how a document is structured by organizing text at different levels, with main ideas at higher levels and supporting details at lower levels. 3 3 Independent Practice Use the rubrics for these projects to help create and evaluate your work. Go to the Online Learning Center at glencoe.com. Choose Rubrics, then Unit 8. glencoe.com

60 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Presentation: Emerging Technologies, pg. 400–416 Project Assessment Analyze Match the outline heading on the right with its most likely level on the left. 1. Level 1 2. Level 2 3. Level 3 4. Level 4 The correct answers are: 1. Level 1 / B. dogs 2. Level 2 / D. hound group 3. Level 3 / A. bloodhound 4. Level 4 / C. height 3 3 A. bloodhound B. dogs C. height D. hound group

61 Unit Integrated Applications Create a Presentation: Emerging Technologies, pg. 400–416 Project Assessment Identify and Explain Which one of the following should a slide show presentation not do? Why? A. Clearly communicate your ideas. B. Include all the relevant images you can find. C. Capture your audiences interest. D. Include a chart to convey data visually. The correct answer is: B. Include all the relevant images you can find. Too many images in a PowerPoint presentation can be distracting to your audience. 3 3

62 Unit Integrated Applications Unit Unit Assessment Define In your own words, define emerging technology. An emerging technology is a technology that is in the process of being developed. Although an emerging technology may be in use today, it is being adapted or refined for new uses in the future.

63 Unit Integrated Applications Unit Unit Assessment Explain How is responsible technology use related to the environment? Rapid technological change produces obsolete equipment, or electronic waste. Many discarded devices contain harmful chemicals that can contaminate the air and water near landfills. People should take measures to minimize the impact of their technology use on the environment. They can do this by: Reusing and recycling paper and ink cartridges Donating used equipment to a charity or recycling program Disposing of used equipment safely

64 Unit Integrated Applications Unit Unit Assessment Analyze Would you be more likely to use a bulleted list or a numbered list to present each of the following? 1. steps in assembling a bike 2. items to buy at the grocery store 3. ways to protect ones privacy online 4. instructions in a recipe The correct answers are: 1. steps in assembling a bike / numbered list 2. items to buy at the grocery store / bulleted list 3. ways to protect ones privacy online / bulleted list 4. instructions in a recipe / numbered list

65 Unit Integrated Applications Unit Unit Assessment Explain How can you avoid and control spam? Give at least two examples. Possible answers include: Delete spam without reading it. Do not respond to spam. Block spam using a firewall. Report spam abuse to the FTC. Use a separate account for family/friends and for chat rooms/Web site registration. Unit Projects Use the rubrics for these projects to help create and evaluate your work. Go to the Online Learning Center at glencoe.com. Choose Rubrics, then Unit 8.glencoe.com

66 Unit Integrated Applications Unit Build Your Portfolio Integrated Applications The presentation you will create makes use of all of the skills you have learned throughout this textbook. If you need to review a step, turn back to that unit to refresh your skills. As with the other portfolio projects, think about what information you would like to present. Get an idea of how you would like your presentation to look. Then conduct your research, and finally, begin creating your presentation. This project also asks you to use your critical thinking skills to predict the development of small technology. To do so, you will want to make sure you carefully plan and conduct your research and use the tools you have learned about that can help you analyze trends. Build Your Portfolio Use the rubric for this portfolio project to help create and evaluate your work. Go to the Online Learning Center at glencoe.com. Choose Rubrics, then Unit 8. glencoe.com

67 Unit Integrated Applications Unit Build Your Portfolio Double-click the icon below to view a rubric you can use to evaluate and revise your presentation. Integrated Applications

68 Unit Integrated Applications Unit Unit Resources For more resources on this unit, go to the Online Learning Center at glencoe.com.glencoe.com.


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