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Standard # 5 - Students will demonstrate knowledge of the major enterprises that produce the goods and services of the designed world. Indicator Statement: Develop an understanding of information and communication technologies. (ITEA, STL 17) Objective(s): 1. Explain that information and communication systems include inputs, processes, and outputs associates with sending and receiving information. (ITEA, STL 17-L) 2. Explain that information and communication systems allow information a to be transferred from human to human, human to machine, machine to human, and machine to machine. (ITEA, STL 17-M) 3. Explain that information and communication systems can be used to inform, persuade, entertain, control, manage, and educate. (ITEA, STL 17-N) 4. Identify and describe the parts of a communication system. (ITEA, STL 17-O) At least - - a. Source b. Encoder c. Transmitter d. Receiver e. Decoder f. Destination 5. Explain that there are many ways to communicate information, such as graphic and electronic means. (ITEA, STL 17- P) 6. Explain that technological knowledge and processes are communicated using symbols, measurement, conventions, icons, graphic images, and languages that incorporate a variety of visual, auditory, and tactile stimuli. (ITEA, STL 17-Q) 7. Analyze the functioning and applications of information processing machines. Such as: a. Printing b. Telephone c. Radio and television d. Computer
Communication technology has revolutionized societys information- handling capacity and has proven to be a critical resource for competitive economic growth.
Engagement What type of communication takes place with the following? Connect humans to humans Humans to machines Machines to humans Machines to machines
Working in pairs, identify as many different types of communication technology using the chart below. Exploration HUMAN TO HUMAN COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY HUMAN TO MACHINE COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY MACHINE TO HUMAN COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY MACHINE TO MACHINE COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY TELEPHONETV REMOTE CONTROL ALARM CLOCKTHERMOSTAT You have 5 minutes to try to complete your chart….
Information and communication systems are designed to inform, persuade, entertain, control, manage, and educate. Explanation InformPersuadeEntertainControlManageEducate TelevisionBillboardTelevisionTraffic Light Speed Limit sign Books (some information and communication technologies have multiple purposes)
Explanation Information and communication technologies include inputs, processes, and outputs associated with sending and receiving information. Mechanical Energy- Speaking into a Phone Mechanical Energy- Sound Coming Out Of a Phone Converting Energy Forms And Transmitting Energy Input ProcessOutput
Explanation Communication systems can be analyzed by describing their components, including the source, encoder, transmitter, receiver, decoder, storage, retrieval, and destination. source encoder transmitter receiver decoder storage retrieval destination
Create an ePortfolio page using the Communication Template. Create appropriate links under the Designed World. Elaboration
Students assess their knowledge, skills and abilities. Activities permit evaluation of student development and lesson effectiveness. Evaluation